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NYU professor Scott Galloway talks about the pervasive influence of Big Tech -- both good and bad -- in his new book.
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Only a motivated and adaptable team committed to shared goals guarantees success, says Mphasis CEO Nitin Rakesh
We get lots of experiences in life, but very few are memorable. Is there a way for companies to burnish a positive memory with customers?
Increasing diversity has long been promoted as the right thing to do. But that notion does not account for the deep benefits that diversity can bring to an organization when[…]
As customers opt for convenience, the number of bank branches could decline by 50% to 75%, say BankMobile co-founders Jay Sidhu and Luvleen Sidhu.
Combining funds from various sources can help mitigate risks and attract private-sector support, notes the IFC’s Nena Stoiljkovic.
A new book outlines the intertwined history of capitalism and democracy in the United States, and why pragmatism has outweighed ideology.
Recent Wharton research offers a compelling defense for antitrust policies that advocate protecting consumers over businesses.
The Arab economies are overly reliant on oil and need to diversify, while Trump’s Jerusalem move is a needless irritant, say experts from Wharton and Johns Hopkins.
In a world of vast automation via AI, companies that learn how to preserve a human touch should have a competitive advantage, says Verizon Fios's Justin Reilly.