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New Wharton research develops a novel method for studying the hiring process, finding that race and gender biases likely impact who gets hired at some of the world’s top firms.
Ranking judo champion Peter Paltchik exemplifies what it means to overcome adversity and push beyond limits – a lesson that is inspiring to business leaders as well as athletes.
Mala Anand, president of intelligent enterprise solutions and industries at SAP, offers her views on how to create ethical and effective AI applications.
Experts say the recent boom in plus-size clothing offerings is the result of financial and social pressure that is pushing manufacturers to scramble for a share of this $21 billion market.
The world reacted with wonder when Americans sent the first astronauts to moon 50 years ago this week. But there was a dark side to the space race, says author Fraser MacDonald.
By going public, Virgin Galactic will be able to tap the capital it needs to fuel its engines for the space tourism race.
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New Wharton research looks at why some vision statements are more powerful than others, and how leaders can craft them effectively.
At the Wharton Leadership Conference, former Verizon CEO Ivan Seidenberg discussed what he has learned from working in telecom for a half century, negotiating with Steve Jobs, and what sparked the creation of Android.
Litigator-turned-venture capitalist Bruce Cannon Gibney is sharply critical of the American legal system and explains in his new book why the concept of “justice for all” falls far short.
Sustainable ETFs are on the rise and could move impact investing into the mainstream, say experts.
Implementing AI is not just about getting data scientists to work on data, says Swift’s Julien Blanchez. There are also operational issues, concerns around compliance and security, and ethical dilemmas.