The K@W Network:
The imminent departure of Fed vice chair Stanley Fischer creates a power vacuum and an unprecedented opportunity for President Trump to reshape America’s central bank.
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.
Wharton research looks at how new regulatory asset thresholds introduced with the Dodd-Frank Act of 2010 led to an increase in acquisitions by large banks.
This year's Wharton-Jacobs Levy Prize winner, Stephen A. Ross, is remembered for his ground-breaking arbitrage pricing theory.
Finding ways to raise revenue and avoiding excessive government debt are the top hurdles, say experts.
Nicolas Aguzin, chairman and CEO of J.P.Morgan, Asia Pacific, discusses why Asia’s innovations and massive scale make it the most exciting banking market.
A series of scandals at Wells Fargo is tainting its reputation. Wharton experts weigh in on what the bank must do to recover.
Economists affect public policy. But strict focus on numbers means they miss key insights, say the authors of a new book.
Top corporate executives who commit crimes are often not prosecuted. Journalist Jesse Eisinger explains why in his new book.
Consumer debt is increasing, surpassing the levels it reached at the height of the credit bubble. But what consumers are spending money on is very different, a new study shows.