The K@W Network:
Fortune magazine editor Leigh Gallagher offers an inside look into the early days of Airbnb and its unlikely path to becoming a lodging giant, in her new book.
Companies with non-contractual business models have a tough time predicting future customer activity, and subsequently using it as a measure of firm value. New Wharton research aims to determine what[…]
Wang Wei, chairman of Spring Airlines Japan and son of a Chinese mogul, talks to Knowledge@Wharton about his plans to expand in Japan.
Brillio's Raj Mamodia offers his views on temporary visas, technology, employee engagement, and keeping one foot in the present and one in the future.
China's plan for a new Silk Road trade route from China to Europe is bigger than the post-World War II Marshall Plan. But will it work?
Facebook is aggressively expanding into video, including licensing scripted shows from Hollywood, and it could change the face of TV.
In just 30 years, China is nearly the world’s largest economy. A new Wharton book looks at how they did it -- through the eyes of the nation's top CEOs.
When Johnson & Johnson successfully managed the Tylenol-tampering case in 1982, it took three days of planning. Today a firm facing a similar crisis might have only three hours.
Incumbent insurance companies must learn to disrupt themselves before they are disrupted by "insuretech" startups.
Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka talks about artificial intelligence, "Zero Distance" to the customer and keeping innovation alive.