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The events in recent weeks threaten to undermine the stability that has made Turkey the world's singular example of a majority Muslim country with a functioning and enduring democracy.
Most fast-growing startups eventually hit the wall -- where growth slows or worse. Is the problem market saturation, unbeatable competitors, economic slowdowns? No, 94% of the time the difficulty is[…]
More people are getting serious about “doing well by doing good,” which means there’s a real need for advice about how to make that work. Julia Balandina Jaquier’s new book[…]
Detroit, in the midst of a rebirth, is filled with stories of people trying to do their part to revitalize the city. Amy Haimerl, author of Detroit Hustle, is one[…]
Climate change is conspicuously absent from the presidential election agenda so far. But action is required on the local level to ensure that it is addressed, Wharton experts say.
The use of emojis has entered the mainstream. Companies that want to use them in marketing must do so wisely – or risk ridicule.
Reducing carbon emissions is vital if we are going to slow down global warming, experts say. One way to make the necessary changes more palatable: Add a profit motive.
Amazon’s self-created sales holiday on July 12 -- Prime Day -- set records for the company, and offered cues to longer-term shifts in retailing trends.
A fatal crash of a Tesla car on autopilot has raised new questions about driverless technology. Wharton’s John Paul MacDuffie discusses the fallout and what steps need to be taken.
Companies use their assets to create profit. Douglas McCormick, author of Family Inc., explains why families should do the same.