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Why does one person love broccoli but another hate it? Your DNA has something to do with it, according to a new book by Indiana University professor Bill Sullivan.
New Wharton research examines whether decentralized or centralized organizations are better at using data analytics to innovate.
Companies that are growth drivers are able to attract, nurture and retain so-called innovation talent, which they support through a work-systems model, say Wharton’s George Day and Gregory Shea.
Crowdfunding backers who are victims of misconduct often have little recourse. But a simple platform design change could strengthen protections, according to new research from Wharton and Cornell.
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[…]
China and the West have different approaches to fintech. Which will prevail?
With advanced technologies likely to automate almost 60% of factory tasks, manufacturing in low-cost countries may no longer offer a competitive advantage, says Boston Consulting Group’s Justin Rose.
New Wharton research looks at the spread of breakthroughs in the life sciences, offering new insights on why some ideas take off and others fade away.
Johnson & Johnson has partnered with Apple to research whether the tech company’s smartwatch can be used to help with early detection of atrial fibrillation, a dangerous heart condition.
Wharton’s Jacqueline Kirtley studied seven early-stage firms in the energy and cleantech sector to learn how strategic changes actually play out in the startup world.