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Jerrold Fine’s debut novel, “Make Me Even and I’ll Never Gamble Again,” packs the power of a Babe Ruth home run.
President Erdogan must forsake populist policies and accept outside help to readjust the economy, even if this is politically unpalatable, Wharton experts say.
After recessions, there is one type of job that does not bounce back, according to research by Wharton finance professor Nikolai Roussanov.
New Wharton research examines how contracts can be structured differently when investors are trying to make money and make the world a better place.
Will key issues such as potential interest rate hikes by the Fed, an inverted yield curve and the trade wars upend equity markets anytime soon?
CEO Janet Cowell explains how her organization is working toward a goal of 30% of the world's investable capital being managed by women by 2030.
Wharton finance professor Chaojun Wang, whose research looks at financial market organization, explains the conditions that lead to too-big-to-fail banks.
One of the hottest trends in retirement planning is the use of robo-advisors to automatically manage investment portfolios. But are they better than human advisors?
The easing of onerous compliance requirements has banks of all sizes breathing a sigh of relief, but it could have unintended consequences for consumers, and small and midsized regional players.
The political crisis in Italy deepened this week, sparking a sell-off in Italian stocks and bonds. What measures could stem the damage?
Chinese President Xi Jinping says the country will speed the opening up of its financial sector this year. But will reforms go far enough? Wharton and other experts weigh in.