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As Google stares at fresh trouble in Europe over antitrust issues, it may feel the heat back in the U.S., too.
Some thought Obamacare would mean the end of employment-based insurance. While that did not happen, the threat has not fully lifted, according to Wharton’s Mark Pauly.
As the U.S. prepares to normalize ties with Cuba, big opportunities await the telecom industry. However, laws to facilitate and protect investments are critical.
Now that a new president, Joko Widodo, took office last year, all eyes are on how he will lead the largest economy in Southeast Asia into the future.
A natural experiment created by the Affordable Care Act showed that doctors were more likely to see Medicaid patients if government reimbursement payments were increased.
U.S. technology companies face hard choices as China's new antiterrorism law requires uncomfortable disclosures.
Since being created by the Affordable Care Act, consumer operated and oriented health plans (CO-OPs) have produced mixed results, Wharton’s Scott Harrington says.
Even before the announced thawing of relations with the U.S., Cuba was developing a tech start-up community that has drawn interest from entrepreneurs and industry giants.
Paid sick time costs employers very little, says Wharton’s Peter Cappelli, and forcing a sick employee to come to work isn’t necessarily preserving productivity.
Higher taxes on gas would be a more effective method of reducing greenhouse gas emissions, according to research by Wharton's Arthur van Benthem.