The K@W Network:
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.
Free trade lowers our costs, but produces economic winners and losers, notes Wharton dean Geoffrey Garrett. Compensating the losers allows all to benefit, he says in this opinion piece.
Banks are being stalked by fintech. But they have the assets, potentially, to turn many would-be disruptors aside, notes this opinion piece.
Despite falling in-store sales and store closings, some retailers find new ways to engage customers. What can struggling media companies learn?
Jay Clayton, Donald Trump's nominee to head the SEC, co-authored this 2015 opinion piece on why a collective response is needed to combat cyber threats.
Following the election of Donald Trump and Brexit, how will the EU fare after the three big elections in 2017 -- in The Netherlands, France and Germany?