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CEOs who go long in their outlook have natural allies among institutional shareholders.
A possible breakthrough in the Golden State Killer case thanks to DNA samples from a genealogical testing service has prompted calls for stricter protection of personal genetic data.
Hollywood once ruled the world with must-see movies and the in-theater experience, but many now opt to "Netflix and chill" at home. Can the industry adapt?
T-Mobile and Sprint have been trying to tie the knot for years – and the third time may not be the charm, despite a friendlier regulatory environment.
Retailers lose billions every year because of fraudulent merchandise returns. How can they weed out problem customers without alienating the good ones?
AI cannot replace the power of a human smile in customer engagement, and the chief differentiators for excellence are training and culture, Tom Peters says in his new book.
A new book about empathy finds that the idea of putting oneself in another’s shoes is changing, but still offers many rewards for individuals and organizations.
When facing adversity, favorites are more likely to walk away than underdogs, new Wharton research finds. The reason: potential embarrassment over not meeting expectations.
The U.S. ban on exports to China’s ZTE is justifiable, but a balance needs to be found to protect trade and technological development, experts say.
Wells Fargo needs a significant culture change that makes top executives more accountable, experts say.