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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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Jul 17, 2018

How Fair — or Legal — are Non-poaching Agreements?
The latest scrutiny by 11 state attorneys-general into how fast food franchises prevent employee movement raises bigger questions of transparency, say experts.

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Jul 17, 2018

How Storytelling Helps Companies Build Rapport
Storytelling can transform a company's relationships with its customers and employees, according to a new book.

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Jul 17, 2018

Impact Investing: When Social Benefits Are in the Contract
New Wharton research examines how contracts can be structured differently when investors are trying to make money and make the world a better place.

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Jul 16, 2018

The Thai Cave Rescue: What Are the Leadership Lessons?
A committed Thai government, a provincial governor's rallying spirit and the grit of the trapped young men saved the day, say experts.

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Jul 13, 2018

‘It Won't Happen to Me': Why People Don't Prepare for Disasters
Major hurricanes can cause mass casualties and catastrophic damage, and yet people never seem to be as prepared as they could be. Wharton's Robert Meyer explains why -- and what can be done about it.

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Jul 13, 2018

Why Being a Mayor Is the Best Job in Politics
If Philadelphia were a company, it would rank 360 on the Fortune 500. Former mayor Michael Nutter reflects on the trials and triumphs of being CEO of a big city.

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Jul 13, 2018

Why the U.K. Has Few Options in the Brexit Negotiations
Theresa May's Brexit action plan won't find favor with either the EU or her own party, and she faces tough times ahead in negotiations, say experts.

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Jul 13, 2018

Should Corporate Social Responsibility Include Political Responsibility?
Following the recent U.S. ICE controversy involving the separation of children from their families, some firms are distancing themselves from the agency. Two experts discuss why companies are escalating their responses to political situations.

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Jul 12, 2018

How to Create a Modern Legacy Company
Yesterday's bellwether brands, like GE, are struggling to survive. To bring good things back to life, today's leaders must change how they think about legacy, note the authors of this opinion piece.

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Jul 12, 2018

Dow(n) and Out: Can General Electric Reclaim Its Legacy?
Yesterday's bellwether brands, like GE, are struggling to survive. To bring good things back to life, today's leaders must change how they think about legacy, note the authors of this opinion piece.

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Jul 12, 2018

Humans Plus Robots: Why the Two Are Better Than Either One Alone
Two Accenture executives discuss their new book about how bridging the gap between humans and AI can boost productivity.

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Jul 12, 2018

Celebrate the Rule Breakers: Why Unsafe Thinking Leads to Innovation
Author Jonah Sachs, founder of Free Range Studios, explains why playing it safe no longer gets results -- and what to do about it.

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Jul 12, 2018

YouTube Takes It All: Why On-demand Content Is Winning
The democratizing power of the internet has given everyone the ability to sell themselves through video and rewrite the script on what it means to be successful.

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Jul 10, 2018

How the U.S.-led Trade Wars Imperil the Global Economy
The Trump administration's tariff wars could come back to haunt U.S. businesses and consumers if left unchecked, experts warn.

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Jul 10, 2018

The Disney-Fox Deal: Why It's About Going Directly to the Consumer
Last month, the U.S. Justice Department gave its blessing to Disney's acquisition of Twenty-First Century Fox in a deal that paves the way for the creation of a mega-behemoth entertainment company.

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Jul 10, 2018

How Evite Avoided Becoming Another Social Network Flop
To turn around Evite, CEO Victor Cho had to fix five fundamental analytics flaws. Here's how he did it.

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Jul 09, 2018

Will Mexico's New President Deliver on His Promises?
Renegotiating NAFTA, battling crime and inequality, and energy reforms are among the challenges facing Mexico's president-elect, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador.

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Jul 09, 2018

Will Interest Rate Hikes Hurt Stocks? Ask Jeremy Siegel
Will key issues such as potential interest rate hikes by the Fed, an inverted yield curve and the trade wars upend equity markets anytime soon?

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Jul 09, 2018

Jeremy Siegel: No Big Market Risks on the Horizon
Risks to financial markets -- such as a trade war, extra interest rate hikes by the Fed or an inverted yield curve -- are unlikely to upend equity markets anytime soon, Wharton's Jeremy Siegel says.

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Jul 09, 2018

Jeremy Siegel: No Major Market Risks on the Horizon
Looming risks such as the trade war, potential interest rate hikes by the Fed or an inverted yield curve are unlikely to upend equity markets anytime soon, Wharton's Jeremy Siegel says.

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Jul 06, 2018

Long Road Ahead: The Promise — and Perils — of Self Driving Cars
With some 38,000 U.S. automobile deaths a year, self-driving cars are poised to boost safety considerably. But recent fatal accidents show there is a long way to go.

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Jul 06, 2018

Long Road Ahead: The Promise — and Perils — of Self-driving Cars
With some 38,000 U.S. automobile deaths a year, self-driving cars are poised to boost safety considerably. But recent fatal accidents show there is a long way to go.

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Jul 05, 2018

Should Leadership Feel More Like Love?
A Google leadership development adviser says most companies need a wake-up call, because 70% of workers don't care about, or actively hate, their jobs.

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Jul 05, 2018

How the Blockchain Can Transform Government
Though blockchain is still in its early stages, now is the time for the public and private sector to experiment, and figure out where the real opportunities are, says Wharton's Kevin Werbach.

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Jul 05, 2018

How Venmo Plans to Stay on Top in P2P Payments
Venmo COO Michael Vaughan explains why the company's user experience is a key advantage.

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Jul 05, 2018

Girls Who Invest: Building a Pipeline for Women in Finance
CEO Janet Cowell explains how her organization is working toward a goal of 30% of the world's investable capital being managed by women by 2030.

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Jul 02, 2018

How Justice Kennedy's Departure Will Reshape SCOTUS
The Supreme Court wrapped up its term last week with a bombshell announcement about the retirement of Justice Anthony Kennedy, a conservative who served as a swing vote in several key cases.

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Jul 02, 2018

Curbing Emissions: Can Satellites Help Keep China on Track?
A study of emissions at Chinese coal power plants holds important lessons in shaping regulations and tracking compliance.

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Jul 02, 2018

Co-opting the Constitution: How Corporations Influence American Law
Corporations have had an outsized influence on the evolution of law in America since the Revolution. UCLA law professor Adam Winkler discusses the history up to the present, based on his new book.

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Jun 29, 2018

Is Uber's London Win a Sign of Better Times Ahead?
Uber still faces close scrutiny by regulators worldwide as it mends its ways while ceding market share to rivals, says Wharton's John Paul MacDuffie.

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Jun 29, 2018

Steve Ballmer: Why Good Data Are Hard to Find - and How to Fix That
According to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, the U.S. is best served if politicians base public policy on indisputable, historical and timely facts. The problem is pulling them together.

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Jun 29, 2018

Steve Ballmer: Why Good U.S. Data Are Hard to Find - and How to Fix That
According to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, the U.S. is best served if politicians base public policy on indisputable, historical and timely facts. The problem is pulling them together.

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Jun 28, 2018

Is an Apology an Effective Marketing Campaign?
Brands including Facebook, Wells Fargo and Uber have unveiled ad campaigns focused on making amends for recent misdeeds. But is it the right move?

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Jun 28, 2018

Planting Seeds of Success in Africa
Nonprofit myAgro's novel financing model is transforming the way African farmers pay for their harvests.

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Jun 28, 2018

How One Hedge Fund's Operational Approach Spawns Turnarounds
Jeffrey Smith, CEO at Starboard Value -- a hedge fund which helped turnaround Darden Restaurants -- explains his firms 'operational activist' investment approach.

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Jun 27, 2018

How Sexism in Tech Impacts the World Outside Silicon Valley
Author and journalist Emily Chang says gender discrimination in Silicon Valley could lead to bias being baked into the tech algorithms of the future.

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Jun 27, 2018

How World Cup Sponsorship Mirrors Global Economic Shifts
The World Cup has seen a major shakeup in sponsorship in recent years, with Chinese firms emerging as key spenders despite the nation having played in the tournament just once -- 16 years ago.

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Jun 27, 2018

Is Your Culture Your Brand?
Companies that integrate brand and culture are more successful than those that keep the two separate, notes a new book by Denise Lee Yohn.

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Jun 26, 2018

Greentown China Holdings: Moving Toward an Asset-light Business Model
Greentown, one of China's largest real estate companies, is a market leader in deploying an asset-light business model.

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Jun 26, 2018

Evergrande's Sea Venice: Developing China's Leisure Real Estate Sector
Evergrande Group's Sea Venice real estate project has attracted hordes of buyers in China's leisure property market.

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Jun 26, 2018

Keep Shopping: Why the Wayfair Ruling Won't Hurt Online Sales
Today's consumers care most about convenience; paying a few dollars more in sales tax won't stop them from shopping online, experts say.

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Jun 26, 2018

Can New Economic Models Improve Public Policy?
Panelists at the Penn Wharton Budget Model's inaugural Spring Policy Forum discussed the need for robust, nonpartisan analysis to guide policy making.

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Jun 26, 2018

How New Economic Models Can Improve Public Policy
Panelists at the Penn Wharton Budget Model's inaugural Spring Policy Forum discussed the need for robust, nonpartisan analysis to guide policy making.

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Jun 25, 2018

How Big Banks Can Become Too Big to Fail
Wharton finance professor Chaojun Wang, whose research looks at financial market organization, explains the conditions that lead to too-big-to-fail banks.

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Jun 25, 2018

How Big Banks Can Become Too-Big-Too-Fail
Wharton finance professor Chaojun Wang, whose research looks at financial market organization, explains the conditions that lead to too-big-to-fail banks.

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Jun 25, 2018

IHOP to IHOB: Will the New Marketing Strategy Work?
A tweet on a brand renaming has opened potentially big new markets beyond breakfast for the restaurant known for serving pancakes. The trick will be to capitalize on the social media buzz, experts say.

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Jun 22, 2018

How Will Targeted Ads Fare in an Era of Data Protection?
Although many companies are uncertain how the General Data Protection Regulation that went into effect last month will impact them, one thing is clear: They will not be able to target their advertising as freely as in the past.

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Jun 22, 2018

Bigger Than Potholes: Why Fixing America's Infrastructure Should Be a Priority
Infrastructure projects are expensive, divisive and downright complicated -- but they're also critical to the health of the U.S. economy, says Wharton's Robert Inman.

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Jun 21, 2018

How the Royal Wedding Reflects the Millennial Approach to Marriage
The recent Royal Wedding was a reflection on a grand scale of the current trends in the wedding industry.

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Jun 21, 2018

What Are Early-stage VCs Looking for? Founders with Grit
At the seed stage, the best bets are startup founders who have an understanding of the risks and struggle ahead, says venture capitalist Josh Kopelman.

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Jun 21, 2018

Job Training in the Digital Age: Learning to Do, Not Think
The unemployment rate in the United States is the lowest it has been since 2000, but employers can't find enough skilled workers to fill jobs.

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Jun 20, 2018

From Walmart to Disney: Building Companies That Last
Today's startups seem intent on building up quickly and selling to the highest bidder. But it's better to build a lasting business, a new book says.

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Jun 20, 2018

Beyond Gaming: How Virtual Reality Brings Us Closer
Virtual reality is not just good for gaming. It's also a tool for developing human connections, says the author of a new book.

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Jun 20, 2018

Why Blockchain Isn't a Revolution
The terms Bitcoin and blockchain are often used interchangeably, but there are differences among the groups comprising this innovation, Wharton professor Kevin Werbach says.

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Jun 19, 2018

Is the AT&T-Time Warner Deal a Blow Against Antitrust?
The vertical nature of the merger as well as big shifts in the media landscape paved the way for the recent ruling, experts say.

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Jun 19, 2018

Is the AT&T-Time Warner Decision a Blow Against Antitrust?
The vertical nature of the merger as well as big shifts in the media landscape paved the way for the recent ruling, experts say.

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Jun 19, 2018

How the ACA Legal Challenge Could Hurt Insurers and the Insured
A lawsuit that wants to dismantle the Affordable Care Act in its entirety could create outcomes that are worse than the problems it aims to fix, experts say.

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Jun 18, 2018

How Cadillac's CMO Is Steering an Iconic American Brand
At a recent Wharton Customer Analytics Initiative conference, Cadillac's global CMO, Deborah Wahl, talked about leveraging new technologies for growth.

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Jun 15, 2018

Can Washington Create Smarter Regulations?
"Regulatory excellence" requires a system of smart management, a lack of corruption, and empathy toward businesses and consumers alike, a Penn expert says.

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Jun 15, 2018

How Washington Can Create Smarter Regulations
"Regulatory excellence" requires a system of smart management, a lack of corruption, and empathy toward businesses and consumers alike, a Penn expert says.

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Jun 15, 2018

Does Being Willing to Pay Mean You Like What You Buy?
New Wharton research shows that paying what's on a price tag isn't a clear indicator that people enjoy the products they purchase.

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Jun 15, 2018

Why Willingness to Pay Doesn't Mean Consumers Like What They Buy
Marketers have long relied on willingness to pay as a way to gauge consumer preferences. However, new Wharton research shows that paying what's on a price tag isn't a clear indicator that people enjoy the products they buy.

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Jun 14, 2018

What the End of Net Neutrality Actually Means
As the Obama era rules end, there are a number of questions surrounding how consumers will be affected and whether additional policy changes may follow.

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Jun 14, 2018

The Rise of the Robo-advisor: How Fintech Is Disrupting Retirement
One of the hottest trends in retirement planning is the use of robo-advisors to automatically manage investment portfolios. But are they better than human advisors?

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Jun 14, 2018

Betting on Disaster: Why Risk Management Is a Leadership Issue
How boards and executives prepare for risks can make the difference between riding the roughest wave or drowning in it, according to a new book by Wharton's Howard Kunreuther and Michael Useem.

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Jun 13, 2018

China's Pork Industry: A New Effort to Help Farmers Modernize
A novel educational effort is imparting sustainable practices and business skills to China's swine farmers, who control half the world's pork markets.

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Jun 12, 2018

How Using Algorithms Can Worsen Inequality
Algorithms used in public service systems can worsen inequality for the most vulnerable, according to a new book.

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Jun 12, 2018

Retail Reimagining: Why Being Great Is no Longer Good Enough
A new book by Wharton's Barbara Kahn looks at why being the best at one thing is no longer enough for retailers hoping to thrive in a hyper-competitive environment.

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Jun 11, 2018

Why Protectionism Won't Bring Back Jobs
Free trade agreements such as NAFTA have reconfigured the labor landscape. But the plight of those left behind will not be solved by protectionism, according to Wharton's Mauro Guillen.

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Jun 08, 2018

Can Awkward Conversations Make for a Stronger Corporate Culture?
Embracing the small moments that make us squirm can offer surprising benefits for our work and personal lives.

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Jun 08, 2018

Why the U.S. Needs to Embrace Private Sector Involvement in Infrastructure
The U.S. could learn a great deal about infrastructure finance from Australia, which has paved the way for public-private partnerships in that domain, writes Wharton Dean Geoffrey Garrett in this opinion piece.

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Jun 08, 2018

What the U.S. Could Learn from Australia about Financing Infrastructure
Australia has paved the way for public-private partnerships in infrastructure -- and the U.S. could benefit from following that model, writes Wharton Dean Geoffrey Garrett in this opinion piece.

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Jun 07, 2018

From Bach to Rock: How Music Preferences Predict Behavior
New Wharton research explores the link between music preferences and personality, and the implications for marketing and data privacy.

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Jun 07, 2018

Can Barnes & Noble Survive?
Customer disconnects and failed strategies have turned Barnes & Noble from a retail disruptor into a dinosaur, experts say.

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Jun 06, 2018

Why Retaining Older Women in the Workforce Will Help the U.S. Economy
Companies should offer flexible work arrangements to older women to deal with the tight labor market, write the authors of this opinion piece.

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Jun 06, 2018

Why Sustainable Cities Are Closer Than We Think
Big cities are driving the charge toward better sustainability, notes the author of a new book.

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Jun 06, 2018

Sustainable Cities Are Closer Than We Think
Big cities are driving the charge toward better sustainability, notes the author of a new book.

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Jun 06, 2018

Why Wellness Programs Don't Work So Well
A 'one size fits all' approach is often the fundamental flaw of these programs, say Wharton and Penn researchers.

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Jun 05, 2018

Why the Supreme Court Bakery Ruling Raises More Questions Than It Answers
The Supreme Court's ruling in favor of a Colorado baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple leaves open major questions about the right to turn customers away due to religious objections.

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Jun 05, 2018

U.S. Import Tariffs: Why the Cost Will Be High
The Trump administration's decision last week to impose tariffs of imports of steel and aluminum from Canada, Mexico and the European Union will have major ramifications, experts say.

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Jun 04, 2018

Is a Bank Regulation Rollback in Consumers' Best Interest?
The easing of onerous compliance requirements has banks of all sizes breathing a sigh of relief, but it could have unintended consequences for consumers, and small and midsized regional players.

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Jun 04, 2018

Uncovering the Secrets of Successful Work Cultures
What makes some groups work well together and some fall apart? Author Daniel Coyle reveals the secrets of successful teams in his new book.

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Jun 01, 2018

Words Matter: How Lyrics Help Songs Top the Charts
New Wharton research uses language processing software to study why some songs catch on while others fail to climb the charts.

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Jun 01, 2018

Hearts, Minds and Money: Maximizing Charitable Giving
Donors tend to act more on emotion than rationality when choosing organizations to support. New Wharton research looks at why that's so, and what can be done about it.

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May 31, 2018

Will Italy's Divided Politics Cripple Europe's Economy - or Worse?
The political crisis in Italy deepened this week, sparking a sell-off in Italian stocks and bonds. What measures could stem the damage?

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May 31, 2018

How Smaller Colleges Are Disrupting Higher Education
Exciting new innovations from lesser known colleges and universities are enhancing the value of higher education, according to this opinion piece.

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May 30, 2018

Can New Strategies Keep Campbell Soup from Going Cold?
The sudden exit of Campbell Soup's CEO is giving the company the opportunity to review and reset its strategies, especially concerning millennials, experts say.

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May 30, 2018

How Businesses Can Get Inside the Minds of Their Competitors
Wharton research using natural language processing techniques advances the field of competitive strategy analysis to previously untested terrain.

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May 29, 2018

China's New Financial Sector Reforms: Will They Go Far Enough?
Chinese President Xi Jinping says the country will speed the opening up of its financial sector this year. But will reforms go far enough? Wharton and other experts weigh in.

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May 29, 2018

Want to Be in Control of Your Wealth? Un-clutter Your Investments
The secret to gaining control over one's finances is to first identify short-term and long-term goals and then align investments accordingly.

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May 29, 2018

Want to Be in Control of Your Wealth? Unclutter Your Investments
The secret to gaining control over one's finances is to first identify short-term and long-term goals and then align investments accordingly.

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May 29, 2018

Learning from Netflix: How to Build a Culture of Freedom and Responsibility
Patty McCord, former chief talent officer at Netflix and an architect of the company's famous Culture Deck, explains the principles in her book, ‘Powerful.'

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May 25, 2018

Never Give Up: What an Entrepreneur Learned from Failure
The shutdown of his startup led author and entrepreneur Ethan Senturia to rethink his long-held ideas about success.

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May 24, 2018

Will the EU's GDPR Rules Launch a New Era of Data Protection?
Companies are likely to extend their compliance with the EU's new GDPR rules globally. But along with new protections come gray areas about implementation, experts say.

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May 24, 2018

Why Creating a Business Plan Is a ‘Waste of Time'
What entrepreneurs need is flexibility and innovation -- not a traditional business plan -- says economist and author Carl Schramm.

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May 23, 2018

Lights, Camera, Action: China Embraces Hollywood
Hollywood is aiming for the lucrative Chinese market. But will quotas and regulations stand in the way?

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May 23, 2018

How India Is Making Its Place in the World
With a $2.6 trillion economy that continues to grow, India has arrived on the global stage, according to Alyssa Ayres, author of Our Time Has Come.

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