The K@W Network:
Central bankers are not elected by the people, but they hold enormous influence. Former central banker Paul Tucker examines their enhanced role following the global financial crisis.
Author Morra Aarons-Mele lays bare some myths around entrepreneurship, including notions about success rates, compensation and the hustle needed to succeed.
Does globalization help or hurt companies? Wharton research shows that it lifts all boats, especially weaker firms.
As companies struggle to contain soaring health care costs, employee smoking remains a challenge. But a recent study by two University of Pennsylvania experts found that cash can be a[…]
American Homebuilders of West Africa builds homes for locals while giving foreign investors a robust return.
During the financial crisis, the price gap between Treasury bonds and notes became unusually large. Wharton finance professors David Musto and Krista Schwarz explain why.
Americans are paying more than ever in fees, which are tacked on to the price of everything from utility bills to concert tickets. These fees are quietly draining the wallets[…]
Cultivating empathy can help a company vanquish the competition, gain loyal customers, retain innovative employees and elevate itself from good to great, says the author of a new book.
The co-founders of data.world believe that a common, collaborative platform for data can change the world.
The American Dream is disappearing for the middle class, says the author of 'Squeezed: Why Our Families Can't Afford America.'