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Crowdfunding is gradually gaining traction in India. But will it deliver like it has in other markets?
In the digital era, companies that have distinguished themselves as disruptors cannot afford to rest on their laurels, according to a new paper from Wharton's Mack Institute.
Wharton professor Kevin Werbach explains why the blockchain is poised to upend the way many industries do business.
When people talk about innovation, industry disruptors like Uber come to mind. But that’s not the only way to innovate successfully.
From deciding who plays to tracking stats to selling tickets, analytics is changing the game of basketball, according to NBA Commissioner Adam Silver at the Wharton People Analytics Conference.
Twine, an HR analytics startup, won Penn Wharton Entrepreneurship's first Startup Challenge. Founders Joseph Quan and Nikhil Srivastava use algorithms to match internal candidates to open jobs at a company.
Smart contracts promise to bring innovation and much greater efficiency to contract law. But what they cannot do is replace contract law itself, new Wharton research shows.
Four economists offer a new way of looking at technological innovation: by expanding beyond theory and accounting for an industry’s historical context.
Economist and author Tyler Cowen says that Americans are more complacent than ever -- and that’s not a good thing.
Fortune magazine editor Leigh Gallagher offers an inside look into the early days of Airbnb and its unlikely path to becoming a lodging giant, in her new book.
Delaware is testing the application of blockchain technology that could transform Wall Street’s "plumbing," experts say.