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HR has been slow to adopt data analytics. SAP’s chief learning officer discusses why companies must incorporate data into the HR process and other insights from her new book.
Recent Wharton research looks at why banks tend to invest in assets with the lowest risk, and how that behavior can affect the broader economy.
Firearm mortalities in Australia fell 60% between 1979 and 2013, aided by new gun-control laws and other deterrents, notes a Penn study.
From a virtual Harry Potter to digital wrist bands that hold your place in line, today’s theme parks are no longer the analog experiences of decades past.
In the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, the world’s biggest social network is facing what is arguably its biggest PR crisis ever.
Why do smart, talented people sometimes derail their own careers? Arrogance, inability to adapt or taking on too much lead the list, according to a new book.
What actually happens inside a Wall Street trader’s brain during buying and selling? Neurofinance pioneer Colin Camerer shared insights at a recent Wharton conference.
New Wharton research shows that creating industrial-scale ways to store renewable energy is more effective than carbon taxes.
Insurers’ inability to recover their dues under an Affordable Care Act risk-sharing program is not only impacting those companies but also causing collateral damage in the marketplace, say experts.
Mattel's new Barbie doll line looks to create role models more than fashionistas. Three experts analyze the marketing that launched them.
A positive workplace culture can boost performance. So why do so many organizations fail to get even the basics right?