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Shoppers are losing patience with retailers during the pandemic, according to a new study that finds significant dissatisfaction with both in-store and online purchases. Wharton’s Tom Robertson explains how retailers[…]
As part of the Leading Diversity at Work series, Wharton’s Stephanie Creary talks with Kwasi Mitchell of Deloitte Consulting about how executives, middle managers and employees can contribute to diversity[…]
The pandemic has disproportionately hurt weaker segments of society. Wharton’s Guy David discusses why that needs to be addressed.
Predictive analytics are invaluable in business, but they have proven faulty in politics. Wharton’s Abraham (Adi) Wyner shares three reasons why election poll results don’t always match the outcome, especially[…]
In a stark turnabout, the NFL is now embracing the same goals of social justice and racial equality that cost quarterback Colin Kaepernick his football career. Experts explain the change[…]
High-performing stocks don’t reflect the economic woes stemming from the pandemic, and the Fed has played a role in keeping prices high, explains Wharton’s Itay Goldstein.
Wharton’s Hummy Song and a group of health care experts created a four-point strategy for hospitals straining under the demands of the COVID-19 pandemic.
If the company can scale its output and fend off competition from established automakers, the answer is yes, according to Wharton’s Rahul Kapoor.
Roy Swan of the Ford Foundation talks to Wharton’s Katherine Klein about how his organization is using its endowment to help reduce racial disparities in investing.
Political newcomers can leverage social media to raise money and gain recognition, which could help them compete against incumbents, according to new research co-authored by Wharton’s Pinar Yildirim.