The K@W Network:
The #MeToo movement reached full bloom last year, but will it wither and die in 2019? Experts predict the push for gender equality will continue.
Automakers booked surprisingly robust new vehicle sales in 2018. But bumps in the road await them this year, experts say.
Rising home prices driven by low supply and higher costs are choking U.S. housing demand, but millennials and affordable markets could offer some respite.
Following elections, several Latin American leaders are charged with finding ways to solve economic problems they have inherited or made worse through poor governance. How will they fare in 2019?
Buoyed by a strong economy and low unemployment, 2018 holiday retail sales were the best in six years. What's in store for this year?
In the year ahead, the European Union faces challenges on multiple fronts: Brexit, internal leadership, trade, populism, migrants and more, say experts.
The Federal Reserve's moves towards stronger oversight and a similar push by House Democrats bode well for the banking industry, experts say.
Tweaking the Affordable Care Act is the best way forward, although the concept of “fairness” defies an easy definition, say Wharton experts.
With natural disasters predicted to intensify in the coming years because of climate change, how should communities prepare themselves? Three experts weigh in.
The U.S. stock market ended 2018 skimming bear market territory. Wharton's Jeremy Siegel and Gad Allon look at what's on the horizon for 2019.