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Bragging about generous deeds could bring individuals praise or scorn, depending on their motivations, says Wharton’s Deborah Small.
After a corporate spin-off, members of the parent firm’s board are often placed on the board of the divested firm. But what does it mean for a newly created company[…]
The new health care landscape is fueling consolidation for hospitals, physicians groups -- and now insurers. So who are the winners and losers?
When a company’s board has a higher proportion of independent directors, the company behaves in a more transparent way. But which is the cause, and which is the effect? Wharton[…]
Transgender men and women are stepping into the limelight, and their heightened presence is ushering in a national moment of examination that is changing the modern workplace.
Public water systems in the U.S. are falling apart and it will take $1 trillion in infrastructure spending to keep clean water flowing.
If Amazon wants its plan to sell private label groceries to succeed, the company has to get things right on product quality and logistics.
Pay equity is a complicated matter -- as many companies have found. Even taking into consideration the factors that differentiate one worker from another, it’s not easy to determine what[…]
Whistleblowing and reporting workplace activities that are illegal or unethical demand action. But for more routine matters, the rules of the game are less clear.
In the American workplace, many a stigma has fallen. Mental illness, though, has notably lagged -- and employees and companies are both paying the price.