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A new app, called Voter, promises to bring clarity to the task of choosing the best political candidate for you, based on the issues and your own beliefs.
The largest data breach in history -- affecting 500 million Yahoo accounts -- could trigger an industry-wide overhaul of user authentication procedures.
Insider trading by politically connected bankers spiked just before the massive bailouts of October 2008, research by Wharton professor Daniel Taylor shows.
Pets are more like people than you think. They suffer from emotional and mental issues too, says renowned vet Nicholas Dodman.
Wells Fargo chairman and CEO John Stumpf’s testimony before the Senate Banking Committee raised new questions about banking culture and incentives, but offered little clarity on what went wrong.
In business and life, people take all sorts of risks. But they must be balanced with prudence. Aureus CEO Karen Firestone explains how.
New Wharton research examines how political and economic turmoil in a country can impact how microfinance organizations are funded.
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Bullish long-term sector trends make Latin America, India and Africa attractive to PE firms, but they are cautiously eyeing investments due to current upheavals in certain areas.
Veteran VC firm Venrock has backed some of the most successful tech companies in Silicon Valley, including Intel and Apple. Here’s how it invests.
Venezuela is plagued by political instability and economic hardships made worse by cheap oil. The time is ripe for widespread reforms – but there are no quick and easy solutions.