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The Equifax hacking has highlighted the risks consumers face when using their Social Security numbers for verification purposes. Is there a better alternative?
Wharton’s Philip Tetlock discusses the widening chasm between science-based political forecasting and the sound bites from pundits that often miss the mark.
Is Apple’s latest batch of new products enough to keep the company moving forward, or is it finally losing momentum after years of ruling the gadget world?
Amazon’s patent on “1-Click” ordering, which recently expired, helped jump-start the e-commerce giant’s growth from a virtual bookstore to a massive online marketplace.
Hurricane Harvey was a predictable disaster, says PennDesign's Billy Fleming. He explains what cities could do to prepare.
Many artists are not wired for business. With economics driving most from the field in the long run, can business training help?
Lego surprised Wall Street with its first drop in revenue in 13 years. Wharton's David Robertson looks at possible causes and suggests remedies for its business.
Three experts discuss the Equifax breach, the mistakes that were made in the credit giant's response and what consumers can do to protect their credit going forward.
When a CEO or high-profile employee makes a big mistake, is firing always the answer? Not necessarily, say experts -- a lot depends on the transgressor and the transgression.
New Wharton research examines binge consumption in the online education sector and finds that those who binge tend to perform better and are more likely to complete an online course.