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Speakers at the recent Wharton India Economic Forum in Mumbai discussed how Indian firms can stay relevant in the face of global competition.
Subsidies and lower battery costs have not been enough to mainstream electric cars. Still, large gains have come amid worries about costs and driving range.
Toymaker Lego is expanding its business into online video gaming, in addition to its other non-brick diversifications.
Young job seekers in the Middle East say they want to work at startups. But according to a new study, they prefer the security of working for government or a[…]
In 'Moneyball' author Michael Lewis showed how data analytics up-ended professional baseball. His new book reveals where the concepts originated.
Former Huawei executive Joe Peng is betting that FIIL, a homegrown Chinese headphone maker, can go head-to-head with foreign brands.
Space exploration is a complex, highly technical and increasingly expensive endeavor. What’s enabling more private firms to jump into the fray?
The media and entertainment industries are being upending by people and platforms. Their old way of doing business must change or they risk being disrupted even more, say Wharton experts.
Emerging markets were poised to create disruptive products to upend global markets. After many failures -- and some successes – what are the lessons learned?
Tracy Kidder’s new book is a portrait of a precocious programmer and entrepreneur, and of his team of life-long collaborators.