The K@W Network:
James Dinan, Milwaukee Bucks co-owner, discusses his organizations newest strategies to engage stadium-goers in the digital age.
Nobel Laureate Robert Shiller and Wharton finance professor Jeremy Siegel discuss possible solutions to the growing problem of income inequality.
New research from Wharton senior fellow Shawndra Hill looks at how “second screening” impacts consumers' responses to TV ads.
Neurosurgeon Teddy Totimeh, a 2016 Eisenhower Fellow, seeks to build a private acute care center in Ghana to improve his country’s state of critical care.
The bill Republicans have introduced to replace the Affordable Care Act will likely erode coverage and not lower costs, experts say.
Ex-Citi executive Sallie Krawcheck talks about how women can compete at work on their own terms in her new book.
Research shows that there are certain kinds of people who can forecast correctly most of the time. What traits do they share?
The decline in U.S. manufacturing jobs has the potential to impact many seemingly unrelated aspects of society and everyday life, experts say.
Business leaders could get more from their teams with empowerment and trust-building, notes author Christopher I. Maxwell in his new book.
Recent Wharton research examines whether companies should be allowed to profit from past decisions that have proven to be detrimental.