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Poor nutrition and obesity are setting records globally despite abundant healthy choices at restaurants and grocery stores. In her new book, food writer Bee Wilson looks at the paradox of[…]
Chirstine Lagarde is a shoo-in to become the next president of the European Central Bank. But will a straitjacket of low-to-negative interest rates give her any room to maneuver?
China’s second-quarter economic growth hit a 27-year low. But it’s not because of the trade war, say experts from Wharton and Stanford.
Mala Anand, president of intelligent enterprise solutions and industries at SAP, offers her views on how to create ethical and effective AI applications.
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[…]
The recent controversy over Nike sneakers sporting a Revolutionary War-era flag raises similar questions to a Supreme Court decision on the use of controversial words as marketing tools, notes the[…]
Wharton finance professor Jeremy Siegel interviews Raghuram Rajan of the University of Chicago about his new book on the dangerous weakness of communities -- the foundation for markets and democracy[…]
So far, attempts at transparency in health care fees have not shifted consumer behavior – and too much pricing information could be counterproductive, experts say.
Following the U.S. Supreme Court's decision not to take on partisan gerrymandering, Wharton's Steven Kimbrough offers solutions for how to more fairly define the boundaries of voting districts.
Wharton's Benjamin Keys looks at why systems to protect taxpayers from the mortgage market losses suffered in the financial crisis are still not strong enough.