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How Social Activism Impacts Corporate Political Clout

New Wharton research examines the delicate balancing act among corporations, politicians and social activists.

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‘Invisible Influence’: What Really Shapes Our Decisions

Jonah Berger takes us inside the conscious and unconscious ways that social influences shape our decisions.

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How Vision – and Persistence – Built Bangladesh’s GrameenPhone

Wharton professor Karl Ulrich talks with Iqbal Quadir, founder of GrameenPhone in Bangladesh, about how he built a network with 55 million subscribers from scratch.

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Soccer Without Borders: Building Bridges with Sports

Soccer Without Borders, winner of the 2016 Lipman Family Prize, uses the sport to help improve the lives of at-risk youth — especially young women.

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How a Startup’s ‘Burn Rate’ Influences Its Success

Reaching a balanced “burn rate” — not overspending, but not underspending, either — is critical for a startup’s survival, according to Wharton research.