The K@W Network:
Blockchain technology, which underpins cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, can help the poor access financial services, writes social venture capitalist Mir Haque in this opinion piece.
Details on the big tax reform proposal remain sketchy. What seems clear: As proposed, the tax cuts do not pay for themselves and will spike up the deficit.
Hydros cofounder and CEO Winston Ibrahim has a plan to gain market share in the water filtration business dominated by Brita.
The world’s economic system faces five tough challenges. Multilateral institutions offer the best hope of managing them, notes this opinion piece by the secretary general of the European Stability Mechanism.
Google's redevelopment plans in Toronto could lend some insight into what other companies -- including Amazon -- are looking for in headquarters locations.
As Republicans scramble to find revenue sources to fund tax cuts, Wharton experts warn against attempts to increase taxes on retirement savings.
Former Apple CEO John Sculley talks to Knowledge@Wharton about Steve Jobs, what Apple is doing right, and the future of marketing, fintech and health care.
Google product manager Apoorv Saxena discusses the new horizons -- and limits -- in the increasingly important world of artificial intelligence.
Recent Wharton research examines the shifting priorities of the tech labor market and its implications for workers – and for other industries.
When it was time to turn out the lights at the GM plant in Lansing, Mich., the mayor, and many layers of government and social organizations, swung into frenzied action[…]
Complexity, increasingly complex technologies and rapidly changing disease patterns make institutional partnerships for health care construction projects more viable.