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The lawsuit brought by Alphabet subsidiary Waymo against ride-hailing app firm Uber over self-driving car technology has experts reexamining how trade secrets are handled.
Recent Wharton research analyzes how external auditors and bank regulations affect the discretion that banks have in loan loss provision estimates.
Smart contracts promise to bring innovation and much greater efficiency to contract law. But what they cannot do is replace contract law itself, new Wharton research shows.
U.S.-China relations had a rough start this year. Then relations became more affable. Can the need to cooperate overcome the risks of confrontation?
A new book takes a look inside the insular world of Silicon Valley’s young entrepreneurs.
A “Digital Geneva Convention” and government mandates to prevent use of harmful software are among several measures experts suggest to boost cyber security.
Jon Stein, CEO of robo-advisor firm Betterment, talks about why this technology is the future of wealth management.
Behavioral economics could help tackle the complex problem of creating a health insurance system that works for all citizens.
Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro’s attempts to consolidate political power amid economic misery are taking a huge toll, according to two Penn experts.
Two experts discuss the challenges ahead for new South Korean President Moon Jae-in.