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For people to co-exist and thrive in harmony, business can and must be a force for peace. This special report looks at how it can play that role.
New Wharton research analyzes the results of a tax on sugary beverages to determine the optimal rate.
The Fed is largely seen as a domestic institution, but it quietly holds enormous sway on foreign affairs. Two Wharton professors ask: Should Congress have some input?
Dramatic changes in climate, consumer tastes, supply chains and technologies are upending the old order in global agriculture.
Data is becoming increasingly key to decision-making at arts institutions like the Barnes, but it must be part of a strategy that stays true to the history of the organization, says CFO/COO Margaret Zminda.
While cashless options gain traction, there is a growing clamor for keeping cash alive. Henk Esselink of the European Central Bank, explains why cash matters.
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A lawsuit alleging that 20 generic drug makers colluded to fix prices reveals how existing market-based, competitive mechanisms fail to protect consumers.
With the arrival of a new royal baby in the U.K., it’s a good time to look at the changing state of the modern monarchy, says Wharton’s Mauro Guillen.
Amazon’s runaway growth has prompted questions about whether it has become a massive monopoly that is unfairly edging out smaller competitors.
World Bicycle Relief, a nonprofit organization that builds and distributes bicycles in rural areas of the developing world, is the 2019 winner of the Lipman Prize.
The winner of the 2019 Wharton Startup Challenge is Aerate, a venture that wants to reduce the devastating effects of climate change by building a more energy efficient air conditioner.