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Firms have employed wide-reaching programs to help their millennial workforce learn and grow, which in turn helps with retention and recruitment, says Goldman Sachs chief learning officer Jason Wingard.
Taylor Swift's bid to trademark phrases from her songs highlights a shift in the music industry's business and branding models, intellectual property experts say.
In this Knowledge in 5 podcast, former FCC chairman Reed Hundt discusses the implications of the agency's recent ruling on net neutrality.
Walmart's modest wage increase may be a smart way to keep the company's options open regarding future raises, but it may not sufficiently inspire workers, according to Wharton's Adam Cobb.
An “open Internet,” free of entry bans, throttling or paid prioritization, won the day in a big FCC ruling. Wharton professor Kevin Werbach explains the business implications.
Social media has augmented our ability to communicate, but it has also made it easier to misunderstand and misread our audience — or to be misunderstood.
Claims of racism, domestic abuse, bullying, ethical breaches: What's behind the recent rash of poor behavior in professional sports?
The eurozone may have more to lose than Greece should a “Grexit” take place, says Wharton finance professor Franklin Allen.
As British banking giant HSBC battles a scandal over helping tax evaders and criminals, the U.S. financial system must heed warning signals, say experts.
Diana Ayton-Shenker, founder and CEO of Global Momenta, and the first Social Innovator in Residence at Wharton, has made it her mission to help organizations optimize their impact through social[…]