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Uber needs to ensure that its core business of ride-hailing is profitable before diversifying into areas like bike rentals, say experts.
While many investors are concerned that the next recession is on the horizon, Wharton’s Jeremy Siegel says a slowdown is more likely in the short term.
Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia president Patrick Harker discusses interest rate policies, recession fears and whether central banks are ready to introduce a stablecoin cyrptocurrency, among other issues.
Leaders should stop focusing on output and achievement alone, and work on building the maturity required to lift up others, not just themselves, notes the author of a new book.
Crowdfunding backers who are victims of misconduct often have little recourse. But a simple platform design change could strengthen protections, according to new research from Wharton and Cornell.
Wharton’s Peter Fader and Emory’s Dan McCarthy explain why customer-based corporate valuation is a novel — and very accurate — way of determining a firm’s worth.
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Navigating the balance between culture and technology is one of the toughest challenges of digital transformation, according to Nik Puri, senior vice president of global IT at FedEx, and Dan Alig, CIO at Wharton computing and information technology.
Years in the making, the T-Mobile-Sprint merger finally looks set to move ahead – provided the two telecom firms can help to establish a new wireless competitor: Dish Network.
An escalating trade war with China will lead to dire results for the U.S., according to long-term analysis by the Penn Wharton Budget Model. Consumers and businesses alike will feel the impact, experts say.
Wharton’s Jeremy Siegel and David Rosenberg of Gluskin Sheff expect the Fed to cut interest rates in the coming year as the latest GDP report reveals some troubling trends. But they disagree on whether the slowdown will lead to a recession.
Sustainable ETFs are on the rise and could move impact investing into the mainstream, say experts.