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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.
In an industry dogfight, businesses should act more like cats and forge their own path for long-term growth, according to a new book.
Gulf region countries could create greater prosperity by changing global perceptions -- and misperceptions -- about their national brands, experts say.
Today's business leaders so often are driven by metrics, yet creative ideas often lack realistic measures. So how can executives keep creativity alive?
Organic food has become more popular among consumers, and it's now easier to find in many grocery stores. But that's not good news for Whole Foods, which once had a[…]
Participants at the 2017 One Globe Forum in New Delhi suggested ways India can overcome the challenges that stand in the way of its transformation into a knowledge economy.
Moelis & Co. beat some Wall Street titans to land a coveted advisory role to the huge Aramco IPO.