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As the founders exit, Instagram has one billion users and Facebook has 2.2 billion. That’s a big chunk of the world’s population. So where can they go from here — and what will regulators allow them to do?
In collaboration with Mphasis
The need for digital transformation in companies is obvious and urgent. But many businesses, especially those burdened by legacy systems, still struggle to transform their operations to cater to the[…]
Social media have been "weaponized" with fake news to maximize social discord, writes Wharton professor Eric K. Clemons in this opinion piece. Why does it work so well?
Social media companies want to create a “safe” environment for users, and yet they would like to be seen as upholding the American value of free speech. When it comes[…]
Kimmo Soramäki, founder of Financial Network Analytics, banks on algorithms to find and manage the weakest links in global financial networks.
New Wharton research shows that marketers are incorrectly crunching data and potentially getting wrong answers — and costing companies a lot of money.
The consumer electronics giant is finding itself in a whole new race after becoming the first U.S. company to cross $1 trillion in market capitalization.
Facebook has reset the growth meter for itself and other social media companies, which are facing changing user tastes and increased regulatory scrutiny.
According to Bill Kilday, author of 'Never Lost Again,' a second wave of innovation in mapping is coming, and it has to do with augmented reality.
Two Accenture executives discuss their new book about how bridging the gap between humans and AI can boost productivity.