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Traditional retailers did not adapt quickly enough to changing consumer tastes and expectations – can they pivot before it’s too late?
Many retailers are trying to turn everyday store visits into “experiences” for customers, offering wine tastings, video booths, career advice and more. But is it paying off?
Trash-talking is fairly commonplace, whether in sports, business or elsewhere. But how does it affect the targets of these insults? Wharton research has some surprising findings.
Bill Sandbrook, CEO of U.S. Concrete, explains what he has learned about leadership throughout his career.
Recent M&A deals by both Amazon and Walmart have set the two firms on a direct collision course to become the “everything store” in an omnichannel world.
Buoyed by low oil prices and new fuel-efficient aircraft, several low-cost European carriers are challenging major legacy airlines in the lucrative U.S.-Europe market.
Free shipping is ubiquitous and expected -- but it’s also delivering a significant hit to retailers’ bottom lines.
When people talk about innovation, industry disruptors like Uber come to mind. But that’s not the only way to innovate successfully.
From deciding who plays to tracking stats to selling tickets, analytics is changing the game of basketball, according to NBA Commissioner Adam Silver at the Wharton People Analytics Conference.
The rise of paid social media influencers is yet another skirmish in the game of cat and mouse between advertisers and consumers -- but the stakes are particularly high.