The K@W Network:
The political leanings of partners affects how women associates are paid and promoted at law firms, new research shows.
Last week’s cyberattacks that crippled popular websites exposed huge security gaps. Now, consumers must push device manufacturers and lawmakers to act, say experts.
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Wharton professor and analytics expert Peter Fader joins WNS executive Raj SivaKumar to discuss the power of harnessing customer analytics for business success in the airline industry.
In retail, the key to finding out what sells lies less in Big Data and more in consumers' heads, says retail psychologist Vanessa Patrick.
Israel has seen a huge economic transformation -- from a land of agriculture and refugees to a high-tech superstar. Can it help neighbors join the success?
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.