The K@W Network:
The national debt, Social Security and Medicare, and economic growth get the short shrift in the tax plans of both U.S. presidential candidates.
The best way to handle a crisis is to avoid it. To do that, companies must invest the time in building relationships with stakeholders.
There was another woman behind the throne in FDR’s White House besides Eleanor – his personal secretary Missy LeHand, writes biographer Kathryn Smith.
Penn psychology professor Angela Duckworth’s book on grit, passion and perseverance compels a rethink on how we identify and nurture skills.
The Penn Wharton Budget Model shows that Donald Trump’s tax plan is better for the economy in the short run but Hillary Clinton’s is best in the long run.
Japan and South Korea may offer lessons for China in shaping a national brand that gradually improves its reputation for quality, notes a Chinese expert.
Target is expanding with smaller stores in urban locations, while Amazon is planning to open convenience stores. Experts explain the potential impact of those moves.
Wharton research shows how umpires adjust their calls based on what information they think they know when a play is in motion.
James Buchanan is the worst U.S. president because his actions led to the Civil War, says author and journalist Robert Strauss.
Women pay off mortgages more reliably than men do, yet find the loans harder to get and often pay more for them. This study suggests why.