The K@W Network:
Barack Obama’s efforts to improve ties with Vietnam will boost geopolitical balance and bring economic gains for both countries, although the process will be slow, say experts.
India’s new bankruptcy law is expected to deliver positive results for the country’s financial sector. But sorting out the stressed assets of the past will take time.
Must mergers destroy value? Not necessarily, writes Rajesh Makhija, CMO and M&A head of Mphasis, a global IT services firm, in this opinion piece.
In his book 'Dealing with China,' Henry M. Paulson, former Treasury Secretary and Goldman Sachs head, examines the country that has “emerged as our biggest, most formidable economic competitor since[…]
The U.S. and China face many similar challenges and needs. These commonalities could deepen the bond between the two nations, notes Wharton’s Dean Geoffrey Garrett.
The value of a patent is determined largely by the worth of the underlying invention. But how it is classified also affects its valuation, according to Wharton research.
Filmmaker and actor Kamal Haasan explores the evolution of Indian cinema through the lens of his long career, and points to its future direction.
According to Arun K. Singh, India’s Ambassador to the U.S., the two countries are working towards a five-fold increase in trade in goods and services to $500 billion a year.
Could women and emerging multinational companies help each other succeed? Experts and female executives talk about the big challenges that remain.
The issues facing human resources professionals across the world remain universal, but they have taken on a new complexity as companies become increasingly global, panelists at a recent Wharton forum[…]