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In a politically polarized country, corporations can no longer take the middle road on political issues, new research suggests.
Despite the Brexit vote, Britain will remain a de facto member of the European Union, writes Peter Vanham, Global Leadership Fellow at the World Economic Forum, in this opinion piece.
The ‘financialization’ of banking, and of business in general, has hampered real growth and innovation while exacerbating inequality, writes journalist Rana Foroohar in a new book.
Bestselling author Charles Duhigg explains why how you think matters more than what you think.
What’s it like to build a $1 trillion public sector ‘startup’? The secretary general of the European Stability Mechanism explains.
Must mergers destroy value? Not necessarily, writes Rajesh Makhija, CMO and M&A head of Mphasis, a global IT services firm, in this opinion piece.
The idea behind the American Dream — if you work hard, you will get somewhere — is less true than ever as the wealth gap widens, according to James M.[…]
Wharton’s David Bell, McKinsey’s Brian Fox and Ryan Olohan of Google say in this opinion piece that adopting strategies relevant to the digital age is the key to growth in[…]
The U.S. Social Security system faces insolvency, says Wharton’s Olivia S. Mitchell. Fewer young workers are paying into the system relative to rising numbers of longer-living retirees.
Companies whose business models involve leveraging networks – such as Uber and Airbnb -- generate more value than traditional firms. The lessons to draw from their experience apply to most[…]