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Experts say a new law expected to go into effect in California could transform a number of industries that reduce costs by relying on independent contractors.
Five years ago, India took on the audacious target of eliminating open defecation by October 2019. A study by Penn researchers explores the role of change agents in trying to reach that goal.
Striking GM workers are seeking to win back concessions the UAW made to the automaker during the Great Recession. But it will be tough for the two sides to come together, experts said.
Why does one person love broccoli but another hate it? Your DNA has something to do with it, according to a new book by Indiana University professor Bill Sullivan.
U.S. enforcement authorities are increasingly targeting corrupt practices among Chinese companies in Africa. Four trends are worth watching, notes this opinion piece.
In her new book, Columbia University professor Sharon Marcus traces the history of celebrity culture and shows how the biggest stars stay relevant by learning how to manipulate the media of their day.
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The U.S. could be headed for negative interest rate territory. Experts from Wharton and Michigan State University discuss the implications for the U.S. economy.
With $50 million in seed funding, former Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka’s new venture — Vianai — seeks to harness artificial intelligence to tackle some of the world’s biggest problems.
What can governments and non-governmental organizations do to better prepare for, and aid countries in the recovery from, devastating storms? The heads of two NGOs weigh in.
What makes for good mavericks in business? They leave their ego out of it and contribute based on facts, notes this opinion piece.
Former Aetna CEO Ron Williams draws on his years of management experience to offer leadership advice in his new book.