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Companies are increasingly adopting measures to prevent insider trading abuses and the resulting legal and reputation risks, a new study finds.
Wharton’s Stephanie Creary talks to scholars Ella Bell Smith and Stella Nkomo about the re-issue of their seminal book that examines the vastly different experiences of Black and white women[…]
The more you allow people to participate in the process, the more effective you’ll be in convincing them to make certain choices, Wharton’s Jonah Berger says in this Nano Tool[…]
Coordination among countries will be critical to ensure that some don’t undercut the G7 nations’ proposed 15% minimum corporate tax, say Wharton experts.
In this opinion piece, Robert Field argues that the market, not state laws, should determine whether businesses can require proof of vaccination by customers and staff.
Forget the dystopian vision of robots replacing humans at work. A new study co-authored by Wharton’s Lynn Wu shows how automation is increasing the demand for workers, even though it’s[…]
Companies that fail to convincingly address social or environmental risks face erosion of business valuation, says Wharton’s Witold Henisz.
In their new book ‘Big Med,’ David Dranove and Wharton’s Lawton R. Burns look at the rise of megaproviders -- expansive health care organizations -- and their role in runaway[…]
Companies that foster a culture of experimentation are the most likely to survive a crisis because they’ve learned to be flexible, according to Wharton’s Serguei Netessine.
Information becomes biased and more negative as it’s retold from person to person, according to new research from Wharton that sheds light on the dangers of distortion.