The K@W Network:
The innovations of the U.S. tech sector are justly acclaimed, but China is racing ahead in the rapidly developing fintech sector, with India poised to follow, writes Wharton Dean Geoffrey Garrett.
Japanese Prime Minister Abe’s promise five years ago to restore dynamism to his country's economy has had limited success. Will voters allow more time?
Fast-food giant McDonald’s is struggling with fractious franchisees and new competition in India. But the brand’s strong equity and aspirational image in that market will help see it through, experts[…]
Wharton vice dean Karl Ulrich describes the latest shifts in China’s growing bike-sharing market.
A fast-rising middle class and urbanization are driving more competition and specialization, says a principal at Morgan Stanley.
The world’s largest tech fund is setting its sights on India’s internet sector with stakes in Flipkart, Ola and others. Will it pay off?
Crowdfunding is gradually gaining traction in India. But will it deliver like it has in other markets?
In collaboration with E-House China
The co-working trend is taking off in China. UrWork is a pioneer in this industry, with its business model of flexible workspaces that let companies adapt nimbly to market conditions.
India’s Essar Group has sold Essar Oil to Rosneft of Russia to meet debts – shedding light on India’s deepening non-performing asset problem.
Penn’s Jacques deLisle and Stanford’s Richard Dasher discuss the Korean nuclear threat and the implications for the players in this “complicated, tough, high-stakes diplomacy.”