The K@W Network:
U.S.-China relations had a rough start this year. Then relations became more affable. Can the need to cooperate overcome the risks of confrontation?
China's plan for a new Silk Road trade route from China to Europe is bigger than the post-World War II Marshall Plan. But will it work?
What if everyone could get a guaranteed income whether or not they worked? Experts say the concept is gaining ground globally.
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Cost-optimization strategies must include IT and business initiatives to make sure investments are maximized for long-term growth and profits. In this effort, next-generation technology becomes a critical partner.
When companies impose tidiness rules, employees will hate the space, hate the company, hate everything, says author Tim Harford.
A new book by Wharton professors Howard Kunreuther and Robert Meyer offers an innovative solution for addressing the biases that prevent people and groups from adequately preparing for disasters.
Free trade lowers our costs, but produces economic winners and losers, notes Wharton dean Geoffrey Garrett. Compensating the losers allows all to benefit, he says in this opinion piece.
Can global ride-hailing startup Uber slow its rate of cash burn before losses start to threaten the company’s viability?
Political upheaval threatens a breakup of the EU and shaky Italian banks mean a major financial crisis cannot be ruled out in the New Year.
As the World Economic Forum convenes in Davos, Switzerland, a new report warns of the greatest challenges global leaders will face over the next decade.
Jay Clayton, Donald Trump's nominee to head the SEC, co-authored this 2015 opinion piece on why a collective response is needed to combat cyber threats.