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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.
In a new book, two Georgetown University professors look at the growing collaboration between the U.S. and Europe to solve data security and privacy challenges.
For artificial intelligence to be effective and meaningful, it has to be people-centric, says Cornell’s Soumitra Dutta.
The demise of the once-dominant music platform is a sign that Apple, which formerly led the pack in the sector, has lost its edge.
CEOs are increasingly stepping up to confront public policy issues, in part at the urging of their employees, note the authors of this opinion piece.
In her new book, psychologist and business strategist Liane Davey extols the virtues of office conflict and explains how to use friction as a force for good.
In the age of artificial intelligence, data determine the way decisions are made. But often, the way data is collected and measured can result in biased and incomplete information.
Reducing the $22 trillion U.S. debt is critical to the nation's future, but politics have been a hindrance. Brookings' William Gale has a plan that might be able to get[…]
As the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing approaches in July, big business is taking space more seriously -- and interest is quickly moving from the fringe to the[…]
In their latest research, Wharton’s Matthew Bidwell and Tracy Anderson explore the benefits and drawbacks of contractors taking on managerial roles.