The K@W Network:
Tech is on the brink of another innovative leap thanks to the democratization of machine learning and AI, note a Wharton professor and a Google executive.
Bike-sharing is spreading like wildfire in Chinese cities. Falling costs, dockless designs and unappealing transportation options are helping to fuel it.
If a pro-European candidate doesn’t win the French election, Europe's nationalist, protectionist agendas may dominate the region, notes this opinion piece.
When Johnson & Johnson successfully managed the Tylenol-tampering case in 1982, it took three days of planning. Today a firm facing a similar crisis might have only three hours.
Incumbent insurance companies must learn to disrupt themselves before they are disrupted by "insuretech" startups.
An opinion piece by Wharton’s Kevin Werbach looks at how the FCC will be impacted by the Trump administration – and what that means for internet regulation.
Companies used to consider public stances on political and social issues a marketing kiss of death. Now many embrace it. This opinion piece offers guidelines.
Setup, conflict and resolution -- the secret sauce of movie plots -- now flows to sports, news and politics, making them entertainment, notes this opinion piece.
Snap plans an IPO worth perhaps $25 billion. But there are many questions about non-voting shares and how the company will perform, says a Wharton expert.
The bloated U.S. health care industry is poised for disruption, with the network effect providing many benefits.