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Sep 18, 2018

Siegel vs. Shiller: Is the Stock Market Overvalued?
At a recent conference, Wharton's Jeremy Siegel and Yale's Robert Shiller debated whether a bear market is long overdue, or if stocks are reasonably priced and there is more upside to come.

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Sep 18, 2018

Is the Next Recession Around the Corner?
The trigger for another downturn could come from anywhere, according to Wharton dean Geoffrey Garrett. The question is: Will it be a correction or a crisis?

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Sep 18, 2018

The Secret to Great Communication: Be Like Aristotle
Best-selling author Carmine Gallo believes the valuable, ancient art of persuasion has been lost in the modern business world, He wants to help workers bring it back.

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Sep 18, 2018

Can a Lottery Help You Lose Weight?
Companies are offering everything from free gym memberships to Fitbits, but new Wharton research finds that cash lotteries provide powerful incentives for people to take control of their health.

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Sep 17, 2018

Want to Avoid a Trade War? Let Firms Do What Comes Naturally
Current trade wars being waged by the U.S., China and others have overlooked the ways in which companies already consider national interests in their sourcing decisions.

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Sep 14, 2018

Remembering ‘Lehman Weekend': Where Are the Risks Now?
Most analysts say occasional financial crises are inevitable. So where are the biggest risks now? A panel of experts, including some who were in the historic meetings at the Fed 10 years ago, offer their views.

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Sep 14, 2018

It's Time to Re-Imagine Credit Rating … Here's How to Do It
The failure of credit rating agencies to identify the risks of mortgage-backed securities led to huge losses in the Great Recession. The industry needs to change the way it thinks and acts, notes this opinion piece.

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Sep 14, 2018

It's Time to Reimagine Credit Rating … Here's How to Do It
The failure of credit rating agencies to identify the risks of mortgage-backed securities led to huge losses in the Great Recession. The industry needs to change the way it thinks and acts, notes this opinion piece.

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Sep 14, 2018

It's Time to Reimagine Credit Ratings … Here's How to Do It
The failure of credit rating agencies to identify the risks of mortgage-backed securities led to huge losses in the Great Recession. The industry needs to change the way it thinks and acts, notes this opinion piece.

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Sep 13, 2018

Will Central Bank Policies Set off Another Global Financial Crisis?
Central bank policies since the financial crisis have been far too accommodating and are setting the stage for another big fall before long, according to a new book.

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Sep 13, 2018

The Real Causes — and Casualties — of the Housing Crisis
Misperceptions about the key drivers and impacts of the housing crisis persist -- and clarifying those will ensure the same mistakes aren't repeated, Wharton experts say.

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Sep 12, 2018

How Iceland Dealt with a Volcanic Financial Meltdown
Wharton's Philip Nichols and Thorvaldur Gylfason of the University of Iceland share insights about why the economic recovery has worked but the political one hasn't.

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Sep 12, 2018

The Auto Bailout 10 Years Later: Was It the Right Call?
There was a big debate about whether to grant GM and Chrysler a bailout. Even those leaning in favor were not sure it would work. Wharton and other experts explain why it was the right decision.

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Sep 12, 2018

Will New Regulations Avert Another Meltdown?
Will regulations in U.S. and Europe following the financial crisis avert another meltdown? Wharton experts say the new rules are a good start, but more needs to be done.

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Sep 11, 2018

Housing and Mortgage Markets May Have Recovered, but Risks Remain
Reform of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, strong oversight and improved affordable housing supply are critical needs, say experts.

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Sep 11, 2018

A Decade After the Great Recession, Is the Global Financial System Safer?
While regulatory reforms since the global financial crisis have increased the resilience of the banking system, some risks have shifted to less regulated institutions and markets -- creating potential vulnerabilities.

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Sep 11, 2018

Ten Years After the Great Recession, Is the Global Financial System Safer?
While regulatory reforms since the global financial crisis have increased the resilience of the banking system, some risks have shifted to less regulated institutions and markets -- creating potential vulnerabilities.

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Sep 10, 2018

How the Great Recession Changed American Workers
The global financial crisis exacerbated long-term trends including rising student debt and stagnant wages, and left the public with a sense that the system is broken.

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Sep 07, 2018

How India's National Stock Exchange Fosters a Culture of Investment
Vikram Limaye, CEO of NSE, shares his insights on the Indian economy, the country's stock market and the challenges of leading one of the world's top stock exchanges.

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Sep 06, 2018

Advertising in Crisis: How the Industry's Turmoil Threatens All Media
As digital products remake the world, advertising and brands have evolved from sometime partners to ‘frenemies' who are often in direct competition for dwindling consumer attention, says author Ken Auletta.

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Sep 06, 2018

Advertising in Crisis: How the Turmoil Threatens All Media
As digital products remake the world, advertising and brands have evolved from sometime partners to ‘frenemies' who are often in direct competition for dwindling consumer attention, says author Ken Auletta.

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Sep 06, 2018

NAFTA 2.0: What Will It Mean for Trade?
In its bid to recast the North American Free Trade Agreement, the U.S. has secured the buy-in of Mexico, but it still faces resistance from Canada.

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Sep 06, 2018

Will NAFTA Have a New Incarnation?
In its bid to recast the North American Free Trade Agreement, the U.S. has secured the buy-in of Mexico, but it still faces resistance from Canada.

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Sep 06, 2018

Reinventing Museums for the Digital Generation
Penn Museum Director Julian Siggers is leading a digital transformation of the institution to make it relevant to younger generations.

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Sep 06, 2018

Why Top Entrepreneurs Are Like Good Poker Players
The difference between predicting the stock market and outwitting a cunning business rival is that the stock market is not actively trying to deceive you. Strategic intelligence is the skill that puts top entrepreneurs ahead, notes this opinion piece.

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Sep 05, 2018

Improving Work Performance: These Eight Steps Could Help
To perform optimally at work, focus on what you can change and ignore the rest, according to a new book.

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Sep 05, 2018

How Taking Eight Steps Can Improve Work Performance
To perform optimally at work, focus on what you can change and ignore the rest, according to a new book.

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Sep 04, 2018

Four Policy Changes That Can Help Save U.S. Infrastructure
New research from the Penn Wharton Public Policy Initiative offers some solutions that policymakers could pursue to shore up America's infrastructure.

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Sep 04, 2018

Four Policy Changes That Can Rescue U.S. Infrastructure
New research from the Penn Wharton Public Policy Initiative offers some solutions that policymakers could pursue to shore up America's infrastructure.

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Sep 04, 2018

How Junk Bond Funds Can Be an Early Economic Indicator
Wharton's Itay Goldstein and his co-authors have uncovered a very early warning signal on the state of the economy.

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Aug 31, 2018

Going Cashless: What Can We Learn from Sweden's Experience?
Sweden is expected to become the world's first cashless society by 2023. What can other countries learn from its journey?

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Aug 31, 2018

Is the U.S. Headed for Another Mortgage Crisis?
New Wharton research examines the development of mortgage-backed securities, and why no one seems to heed the warnings of history.

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Aug 30, 2018

How Fintech Is Transforming Microfinance
Opportunity International believes that empowering entrepreneurs and educating children can help break the poverty cycle. Fintech is a great enabler towards this goal, notes the group's executive director.

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Aug 30, 2018

Why Diversity Is About Much More Than Numbers
Research shows diversity can boost performance -- but it's equally important that everyone feels a sense of inclusion, belonging and respect, writes Wharton dean Geoffrey Garrett in this opinion piece.

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Aug 30, 2018

How to Run a Public Institution Like a Private Firm
The ESM, the Eurozone's lender of last resort, set up an $800 billion fund in record time with a key innovation -- using private-sector best practices.

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Aug 30, 2018

Post-crisis, Do Central Banks Wield Too Much Power?
Central bankers are not elected by the people, but they hold enormous influence. Former central banker Paul Tucker examines their enhanced role following the global financial crisis.

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Aug 29, 2018

Entrepreneurship Myths: Why You Likely Won't Be Rich and Famous
Author Morra Aarons-Mele lays bare some myths around entrepreneurship, including notions about success rates, compensation and the hustle needed to succeed.

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Aug 29, 2018

Entrepreneurship Myths: Why You Probably Won't Become Rich and Famous
Author Morra Aarons-Mele lays bare some myths around entrepreneurship, including notions about success rates, compensation and the hustle needed to succeed.

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Aug 29, 2018

Why Strong Intellectual Property Laws Matter in a Globalized World
Does globalization help or hurt companies? Wharton research shows that it lifts all boats, especially weaker firms.

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Aug 28, 2018

How Firms Can Convince Employees to Quit Smoking
As companies struggle to contain soaring health care costs, employee smoking remains a challenge. But a recent study by two University of Pennsylvania experts found that cash can be a powerful incentive to help smokers quit.

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Aug 28, 2018

How the Mayo Clinic Built a Reputation as a Top Hospital
Close peer collaboration, a team approach to care and salaried doctors have helped make the Mayo Clinic a top hospital, according to its chief administrative officer Jeffrey Bolton.

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Aug 28, 2018

How the Mayo Clinic Built Its Reputation as a Top Hospital
Close peer collaboration, a team approach to care and salaried doctors have helped the Mayo Clinic become a leading institution, according to chief administrative officer Jeffrey Bolton.

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Aug 27, 2018

Should Companies Abandon Quarterly Earnings Reports?
With semi-annual reports, investors would be worse off, experts say, and the gains to companies in cost savings and long-term planning are dubious.

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Aug 24, 2018

How the U.S. Rental Market Is Increasing Inequality
Recent trends show that while rents are falling for high-end dwellings, middle- and low-income renters are still struggling to afford housing.

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Aug 24, 2018

Why the U.S. Rental Market Is Increasing Inequality
Recent trends show that while rents are falling for high-end dwellings, middle- and low-income renters are still struggling to afford housing.

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Aug 23, 2018

How One Firm Built and Sold Homes in Mortgage-less West Africa
American Homebuilders of West Africa builds homes for locals while giving foreign investors a robust return.

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Aug 23, 2018

The Time Bomb Inside Public Pension Plans
There is a $4.4 Trillion shortfall hiding in plain sight inside public pension plans. Are we doomed to have it create a major financial crisis?

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Aug 23, 2018

Violating the ‘Law of One Price' in the Financial Crisis
During the financial crisis, the price gap between Treasury bonds and notes became unusually large. Wharton finance professors David Musto and Krista Schwarz explain why.

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Aug 23, 2018

‘Land of the Fee': How Hidden Costs Hurt Consumers
Americans are paying more than ever in fees, which are tacked on to the price of everything from utility bills to concert tickets. These fees are quietly draining the wallets of middle-class Americans, author Devin Fergus argues.

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Aug 23, 2018

Nation-States Are Failing…Will a New, Feudal Order Replace Them?
The nation-state is broken but how should it evolve? The best new arrangement would be a combination of both stronger global and local rule, notes this opinion piece.

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Aug 21, 2018

Can China Recharge Its Population Growth?
It will take more than policy changes and government persuasion to reverse the mindsets of one-child families built over nearly four decades, experts say.

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Aug 21, 2018

Where Immigrants Go, Economic Growth Follows
New Wharton research suggests the heated immigration debate often overlooks the effect immigrants have on capital investment, innovation and firm operations.

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Aug 20, 2018

How Dangerous Is the Corporate Debt Bubble?
As the 10th anniversary of the Great Recession of 2008 draws nearer, some experts are beginning to worry that a looming bubble in corporate debt poses a great risk.

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Aug 17, 2018

How Can Turkey Overcome Its Economic Troubles?
President Erdogan must forsake populist policies and accept outside help to readjust the economy, even if this is politically unpalatable, Wharton experts say.

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Aug 17, 2018

How Empathy Can Help Your Company Get Ahead
Cultivating empathy can help a company vanquish the competition, gain loyal customers, retain innovative employees and elevate itself from good to great, says the author of a new book.

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Aug 16, 2018

Amid the Fantasy, Comic-Con Tackles the Real World
Comic-Con International: San Diego celebrates superheroes, science fiction and fantasy. But between all the hoopla and cosplayers, some workshops tackle serious issues -- such as this year's "Art During the Holocaust."

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Aug 16, 2018

How Data.World Wants to Unify the Data World
The co-founders of data.world believe that a common, collaborative platform for data can change the world.

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Aug 16, 2018

What Marketers Are Doing Wrong in Data Analytics
Most marketers are doing something called 'p-hacking' in data analytics, potentially leading to wrong results, according to new Wharton research.

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Aug 16, 2018

How a Yosemite Official Is Leading the Fight on Sexual Harassment
Yosemite official Kelly Martin recounts her own experience of sexual harassment at national parks and is leading efforts to fight it.

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Aug 15, 2018

Why Is the Middle Class in Such a Precarious Position?
The American Dream is disappearing for the middle class, says the author of 'Squeezed: Why Our Families Can't Afford America.'

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Aug 15, 2018

Why Middle-class Families Can No Longer Afford America
The American Dream is disappearing for the middle class, says the author of 'Squeezed: Why Our Families Can't Afford America.'

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Aug 15, 2018

Six Questions That Can Help Guide Digital Transformation
Two MIT researchers offer a practical guide to digital transformation in their new book, 'What's Your Digital Business Model?'

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Aug 14, 2018

Regulating Ride-sharing: Why New York City Could Be a Model
The largest market for Uber, Lyft and other ride-hailing services last week had its first successful attempt at regulating the growth of the nascent industry.

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Aug 14, 2018

Regulating Ride-sharing: Why New York City Could Become a Model
The largest market for Uber, Lyft and other ride-hailing services last week had its first successful attempt at regulating the growth of the nascent industry.

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Aug 13, 2018

Should the SEC Pursue Offenders Beyond Five Years?
The securities regulator may have a winning case before Congress to change the statute of limitations, say experts.

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Aug 13, 2018

Time on Its Side: Should the SEC Pursue Offenders Beyond Five Years?
The securities regulator may have a winning case before Congress to change the statute of limitations, say experts.

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Aug 10, 2018

Can Going Private Turn Tesla Around?
Even if shareholders approve CEO Elon Musk's plan, the company faces many other challenges, experts say.

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Aug 10, 2018

Fuel Economy Standards: Would a Freeze Impact Innovation?
A recent proposal by the White House to roll back Obama-era fuel-efficiency standards will face an uphill legal battle, experts say.

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Aug 10, 2018

Should the U.S. Stop Chasing Higher Fuel Efficiency?
A proposal by the White House to freeze fuel-efficiency standards and prohibit states from setting their own standards likely faces an uphill legal battle.

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Aug 09, 2018

How Gender-diverse Discrimination Diminishes the Workplace
Trans author Lily Zheng advocates for great acceptance of gender-diverse employees at work, in her new book.

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Aug 09, 2018

How a Twitter Audience of One Can Drive Business
Twitter is like a megaphone, but business should see it more like a telephone, according to this opinion piece.

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Aug 08, 2018

After Recessions, Why Do Some Jobs Disappear Forever?
After recessions, there is one type of job that does not bounce back, according to research by Wharton finance professor Nikolai Roussanov.

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Aug 08, 2018

Why Some Jobs Disappear Forever Following Recessions
After recessions, there is one type of job that does not bounce back, according to research by Wharton finance professor Nikolai Roussanov.

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Aug 08, 2018

Marketing at Comic-Con: More Is More
Given the varied approaches to creating a buzz-worthy brand experience at San Diego Comic Con - including VR, escape rooms and immersive environments -- what should a marketer do to stand out from the crowd?

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Aug 07, 2018

Crossing $1 Trillion: What's Next for Apple?
The consumer electronics giant is finding itself in a whole new race after becoming the first U.S. company to cross $1 trillion in market capitalization.

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Aug 06, 2018

A New Cold War? Why the U.S. and China Would Both Lose
The situation between the U.S. and China is looking less like a trade war and more like a cold war between the world's two most powerful countries, writes Wharton Dean Geoffrey Garrett in this opinion piece.

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Aug 06, 2018

Can 40 Seconds of Compassion Make a Difference in Health Care?
Can 40 seconds of compassion have an impact? An ICU physician says research shows it can, and it's better for patients -- and doctors.

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Aug 06, 2018

What's the Impact of Expanding Short-term Health Plans?
Does expanding short-term health insurance increase consumer choice? Or does it put people in danger of not having adequate coverage if disaster strikes?

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Aug 03, 2018

How Ties to Ethnic Communities Influence Global Firm Expansion
For companies that want to expand abroad by serving their own ethnic groups, there is a dual entry strategy that can be deployed, according to Wharton research.

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Aug 02, 2018

What's Behind Facebook's Slump?
Facebook has reset the growth meter for itself and other social media companies, which are facing changing user tastes and increased regulatory scrutiny.

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Aug 01, 2018

Portugal's Economic Recovery: How Much Came from Ditching Austerity?
The reviews are mixed on what exactly led to Portugal's economic recovery over the last couple of years. But one thing seems clear: There is more work to be done on economic diversification, productivity and bank balance sheets.

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Jul 30, 2018

Tariff Troubles: When Will Consumers Feel the Pinch?
Will tariffs have an overall corrosive effect on the economy, and, if so, when?

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Jul 30, 2018

Tariff Troubles: Will Consumers Feel the Pinch?
Will tariffs have an overall corrosive effect on the economy, and, if so, when?

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Jul 27, 2018

When Business Blows Up Policy: How to Regulate Disruptions
Innovative companies like Uber and Airbnb have disrupted more than their business sectors. They have upset the apple cart of regulation, too. So what does the future look like?

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Jul 27, 2018

Truth or Lies? How a Question Is Phrased Can Make a Big Difference
The way a question is phrased can determine whether one gets the truth or a deceitful answer, according to Wharton's Maurice Schweitzer.

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Jul 26, 2018

Why the U.S. and Mexico Are Getting Closer
Although the divide appears to be widening between the U.S. and Mexico, the countries are getting closer in many ways, most of them outside the government, notes author Andrew Selee.

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Jul 23, 2018

Can A Growing Private Flood Insurance Market Close the Coverage Gap?
Flood insurance is more important than ever given forecasts for more serious flooding due to climate change. Yet only about a third of at-risk homeowners have coverage -- most all through the government. Can a private market change that?

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Jul 23, 2018

Can an Infant Private Flood Insurance Market Boost Coverage Rates?
Flood insurance is more important than ever given forecasts for more serious flooding due to climate change. Yet only about a third of at-risk homeowners have coverage -- most all through the government. Can a private market change that?

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Jul 19, 2018

Moving Beyond LinkedIn: A Better Strategy for Switching Careers
Finding a new job within your chosen field can be daunting, but changing careers entirely presents an even bigger challenge. A new book by psychologist Dawn Graham explains what it takes to make it happen.

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Jul 19, 2018

Can Anything Stop Cyber Attacks?
The U.S. must wake up to the seriousness of cyber attacks on its sovereignty, economy and way of life, experts said at the Penn Wharton Budget Model's first Spring Policy Forum.

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Jul 19, 2018

How Emotional Marketing Can Drive Business Growth
Analytics are uncovering a deeper understanding of what customers value. One insight: Successful insurgent companies rely more on emotional marketing appeals than incumbents.

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Jul 19, 2018

Politics over Profit: When Is It Right to Turn Away Customers?
Following the Red Hen incident with Sarah Sanders, a question arises: How far should businesses go in expressing political views? Wharton and other experts weigh in.

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Jul 19, 2018

Fight to Win: How a Little Friction Sparks Innovation
Contently co-founder Shane Snow says it's not always a good thing if team members get along too well.

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Jul 19, 2018

Why Augmented Reality Is the Next Big Innovation in Mapping
According to Bill Kilday, author of 'Never Lost Again,' a second wave of innovation in mapping is coming, and it has to do with augmented reality.

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Jul 19, 2018

Why Augmented Reality Is the Next Wave of Mapping Innovation
According to Bill Kilday, author of 'Never Lost Again,' a second wave of innovation in mapping is coming, and it has to do with augmented reality.

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Jul 19, 2018

What's Next for the Innovation Behind Google Maps
Bill Kilday from Google spinoff Niantic says a second wave of innovation in mapping is coming, and it has to do with augmented reality.

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Jul 18, 2018

Janesville: A Story of Recovery After the Great Recession
When the GM plant in Janesville, Wisconsin, shut down, taking thousands of jobs with it, the town had to figure out a new future.

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Jul 17, 2018

Vanke: Fending Off a Hostile Takeover
From mid-2015 to 2017, Vanke, one of China's largest real estate developers, became embroiled in a drawn-out hostile takeover bid. The battle started when a relatively unknown Chinese activist investor, the Baoneng Group, quietly began to buy up shares of this star performer. By late 2015, Baoneng emerged as Vanke's largest shareholder. Vanke's major rival,

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Jul 17, 2018

Sunac China: Rapid Growth Through Debt-financed Acquisitions
Founded in 2003, Hong Kong-listed Sunac China Holdings Ltd. has achieved meteoric growth over the past decade to become one of the country's largest residential property developers. The company rapidly expanded in an era when a diminished supply of attractive properties, rising project development costs, and intense competition with existing developers, stacked the odds against

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Jul 17, 2018

From Startup to Meltdown: The Unraveling of Theranos
In 2015, Elizabeth Holmes was CEO of a startup that promised to revolutionize health care and earn investors billions. Then reporter John Carreyrou uncovered the truth: It was all too good to be true.

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