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Companies are offering everything from free gym memberships to Fitbits, but new Wharton research finds that cash lotteries provide powerful incentives for people to take control of their health.
Yesterday’s bellwether brands, like GE, are struggling to survive. To bring good things back to life, today’s leaders must change how they think about legacy, note the authors of this[…]
Last month, the U.S. Justice Department gave its blessing to Disney’s acquisition of 21st Century Fox -- a deal that paves the way for the creation of a mega-behemoth entertainment[…]
Jeffrey Smith, CEO at Starboard Value -- a hedge fund which helped turnaround Darden Restaurants -- explains his firms 'operational activist' investment approach.
Companies that integrate brand and culture are more successful than those that keep the two separate, notes a new book by Denise Lee Yohn.
The unemployment rate in the United States is the lowest it has been since 2000, but employers can’t find enough skilled workers to fill jobs.
Today’s startups seem intent on building up quickly and selling to the highest bidder. But it’s better to build a lasting business, a new book says.
A novel educational effort is imparting sustainable practices and business skills to China’s swine farmers, who control half the world’s pork markets.
Embracing the small moments that make us squirm can offer surprising benefits for our work and personal lives.
Companies should offer flexible work arrangements to older women to deal with the tight labor market, write the authors of this opinion piece.
What makes some groups work well together and some fall apart? Author Daniel Coyle reveals the secrets of successful teams in his new book.