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Is the way to success always straight up? Wharton research shows that for start-ups, sometimes it is better to take a temporary detour.
Increasingly, companies from developing countries such as Brazil, India, China and Mexico are becoming global leaders and eclipsing familiar brands in the developed world.
Firms are increasingly turning to partnerships to develop innovative products and strategies. New Wharton research looks at the optimal mix of partners for achieving breakthroughs.
Hospitals and academic medical centers are hiring chief innovation officers to transform the way they deliver care. What factors can most affect the outcome?
Loulou Khazen Baz is a digital entrepreneur with a social mission: to address the Arab World’s unemployment challenges by allowing companies to micro-source talent through her online job market, Nabbesh.
A new e-book co-authored by Wharton professor Kevin Werbach offers ideas for using game elements to engage customers, employees and others.
Wearable technology, sustainable food and luxury outerwear were among the sectors that finalists in this year’s Wharton Business Plan Competition hope to conquer. Can you guess the winner?
Wharton marketing professor Peter Fader and New York University's Errol Kolosine talk about whether Tidal, the music streaming service from Jay-Z, will succeed.
Tesla Motors may have overcome the affordability hurdle in energy storage. The technology holds the power for bigger transformations, experts say.
Massive open online courses (MOOCs) are helping universities bring their knowledge to a much larger audience, says Coursera co-founder Andrew Ng.