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Jeremy Siegel on Stocks: This Is a Correction, Not a Bear Market

In an interview with Knowledge@Wharton, finance professor Jeremy Siegel says he thinks the Dow ultimately could drop 15% from recent highs before recovering to around 19,000 by the end of the year.

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How CEOs Stymie Their Own Digital Transformation

The biggest hurdle top executives face in their digital education often is themselves.

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How Summer Jobs Programs Can Help Save Lives

Summer jobs programs have long been used to provide teens with work experience, and to help keep them out of trouble while school is out of session. But do such initiatives actually achieve those goals?

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The Climate Change ‘Tipping Point’: How Should Businesses React?

Top climate scientists say critical ice shelves are melting up to 10 times faster than expected. That could begin to affect businesses significantly within a few years, says Wharton’s Erwann Michel-Kerjan.

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How Much Is Web Traffic Changing the News You Read?

If you’ve ever thought that the quest for more clicks is affecting the types of articles that get published in the media, it turns out you’re right. But Wharton research shows it’s not quite the overarching impact that you would expect.