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Nov 12, 2018

Marvel Comics' Stan Lee: The Legend Who Created Legends
Stan Lee's editorial approach to the superhero genre created a universe of enduring characters and helped make Marvel Comics a publishing powerhouse.

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Nov 12, 2018

Trust, Honor, Integrity: A Hedge Fund Pioneer on What Matters Most
During the 1960s and early 1970s, Jerrold Fine and his partners ran Wall Street's top hedge fund. In a conversation about life and its lessons, he spoke about why he gave it all up four years ago to write a novel.

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Nov 09, 2018

Emotional Rescue: How Brands Can Create Stronger Customer Bonds
Brands have long understood that making consumers feel something about their products is a great way to sell to them. But new Wharton research suggests that the type of feelings matter.

Knowledge@Wharton
Nov 08, 2018

What an Insider Reveals About Apple's Design Secrets
A new book by former Apple principal engineer Ken Kocienda spills the secrets of the company's famous design process that has led to spectacularly successful devices.

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Nov 08, 2018

Is Gibson Ready for Its Encore?
Iconic guitar maker Gibson is about to emerge from bankruptcy -- can it recapture the magic that turned it into a music icon?

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Nov 08, 2018

Personality Puzzler: Is There Any Science Behind Myers-Briggs?
Myers-Briggs has been widely used by businesses and other organizations for decades to assess personality. But there is little, if any, science behind it, notes a new book.

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Nov 08, 2018

So You Think You Need a Chief Digital Officer?
Many firms today are asking this question, but processes have become too complex for one person to be the "savior" of all things digital, notes this opinion piece.

Knowledge@Wharton
Nov 07, 2018

Why Companies Should Blow Up Best Practices
A new book by two Deloitte executives argues that relying on best practices is too backward-looking given the breakneck pace of business change today.

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Nov 06, 2018

Can India Become the Next $10 Trillion Economy? That Depends…
The U.S. and India could become stronger partners if they find a way to deal with threats of sanctions, says Marshall Bouton of the Center for the Advanced Study of India.

Knowledge@Wharton
Nov 06, 2018

How to Find Value in Every Customer
Companies have high-value customers and low-value ones, but they all matter for businesses who want to make the most out of them, according to a new book by Wharton's Peter Fader and Sarah Toms.

Knowledge@Wharton
Nov 05, 2018

What Will Bolsonaro's Election Mean for Brazil?
Brazilians have high hopes for their new president to rid the country of corruption and violence -- and in doing so, boost the economy.

Knowledge@Wharton
Nov 05, 2018

Why Companies Should Encourage Employees to Vote
Businesses must do their part to make sure employees can take the time to vote without facing consequences at work, Wharton's Eric Orts writes.

Knowledge@Wharton
Nov 02, 2018

How Congress Can Reclaim Its Power
The role of Congress in federal governance has weakened in recent years, but it could gain more strength by better exercising oversight, Wharton research shows.

Knowledge@Wharton
Nov 01, 2018

Why Faith-based Organizations are Shifting to Impact Investing
Faith-based groups are increasingly investing in socially and environmentally responsible causes, generating attractive returns to then reinvest.

Knowledge@Wharton
Nov 01, 2018

Why Many Faith-based Organizations are Shifting to Impact Investing
Faith-based groups are increasingly investing in socially and environmentally responsible causes, generating attractive returns to then reinvest.

Knowledge@Wharton
Nov 01, 2018

Does Your Company Have a Data-elitism Problem?
If your data is controlled by a coterie of elite specialists, even though not many outside the group may be interested, your organization is likely to be far less effective, notes this opinion piece.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 31, 2018

Success in the Startup World: Why Good Leadership Matters Most
John Chambers shares hard-won lessons from his new book, "Connecting the Dots: Lessons for Leadership in a Startup World."

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 31, 2018

Of Money and Men: A Tale of Poker, Wall Street - and an Open Wound
Jerrold Fine's debut novel, "Make Me Even and I'll Never Gamble Again," packs the power of a Babe Ruth home run.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 30, 2018

Can GE Make the Most of Its ‘Reset Moment'?
Former GE executive Beth Comstock talks about her time at the company and the challenges that lie ahead for new CEO Larry Culp.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 30, 2018

Is Apple Losing Its Innovation Edge?
Compared to other tech giants such as Amazon, Google, Tesla and Microsoft, Apple seems to be losing ground on innovation. But that impression is based on a limited understanding of what innovation means, Wharton experts say.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 29, 2018

Who Are the Most Trustworthy? The Guilt Prone
Guilt isn't always a positive trait, but it does make people more conscientious and reliable, and thus more worthy of trust, says Wharton's Maurice Schweitzer.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 29, 2018

Who Is the Most Trustworthy? The Guilt Prone
Guilt isn't always a positive trait, but one thing it does do is make people more conscientious and reliable, and thus more worthy of trust, says Wharton's Maurice Schweitzer.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 26, 2018

Will UltraFICO Help Expand Credit — or Create Greater Risk?
The new credit scoring mechanism promises to make credit more widely available, but it could lead to riskier forms of lending, experts say.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 26, 2018

Why Omnichannel Retailers Face a Steep Learning Curve
Both traditional and digital-first retailers know they need to provide a true omnichannel experience -- but they still struggle to get the balance right.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 25, 2018

Food for Thought: Can Changing Our Diets Save the Planet?
Two new reports suggest that human beings must change their diets in order to save the planet. But getting people to change lifelong dietary habits is a difficult task that often goes against personal tastes and cultural traditions.

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Oct 25, 2018

Why We Need a New Way to Measure Economic Performance
In order to build a better economy, we must find more accurate ways to measure value within it, economist Mariana Mazzucato writes in a new book.

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Oct 25, 2018

Why We Need a New Way to Measure the Economy
In order to build a better economy, we must find more accurate ways to measure value within it, economist Mariana Mazzucato writes in a new book.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 25, 2018

Is China the Next AI Superpower?
China's national focus on AI, the resources it is bringing to bear on the effort and the presence of ambitious entrepreneurs could let it overtake the U.S. in the field, according to a new book.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 24, 2018

How Businesses Can Stay a Step Ahead of Copycats
Copycats can pose an existential threat to any business. A new book discusses strategies to not only stay ahead of them, but also thrive.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 24, 2018

Will Legalizing Marijuana Light Up Canada's Economy?
Canada has become the first developed nation to legalize marijuana for recreational use. How will it affect the country's politics and economy?

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 23, 2018

Why China's Economic Troubles Run Deep
Excessive debt, increasing state control of the economy and fears over an end to reforms are undermining confidence in the Chinese economy, experts say.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 22, 2018

The Student Debt Crisis: Could It Slow the U.S. Economy?
Growing student loan debt is "changing the culture of America," says one expert, and it impacts the economic choices we make all the way through retirement.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 22, 2018

Improving U.S. Infrastructure: Getting Past the ‘Coupon Effect'
Former White House infrastructure adviser D.J. Gribbin debates Wharton's Kent Smetters on the impact of the president's infrastructure plan.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 19, 2018

Clean Cooking: How Technology and Advocacy Are Helping Save Lives
Some three billion people in the world have no access to clean cooking solutions, taking a toll in particular on women's health.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 19, 2018

How Companies Can Leverage Technology to Deliver Hyper-Personalized Services
The need for digital transformation in companies is obvious and urgent. But many businesses, especially those burdened by legacy systems, still struggle to transform their operations to cater to the increasingly empowered digital customer. By the time companies overhaul their IT and operational infrastructures, technological developments have already moved ahead. Dinesh Venugopal, president of the

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 18, 2018

Among Top Math Students, Why Does a Gender Gap Persist?
New Wharton research looks at the gender gap among high-achieving math students and its potential implications.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 18, 2018

Crazy Rich Indians: An Inside Look at the Burgeoning Bollygarchs
India is the world's fastest-growing economy and could remain so for 20-30 years. Can it succeed at shrinking its great wealth disparity?

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 18, 2018

‘Winners Take All': Can Elites Really Change the World for the Better?
Have elites rigged the system? A new book, "Winners Take All," argues they do, and in this opinion piece the U.S. media lead for the World Economic Forum offers some perspective on the idea.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 18, 2018

‘Winners Take All': Can Elites Really Change the World?
Have elites rigged the system? A new book, "Winners Take All," argues they do, and in this opinion piece the U.S. media lead for the World Economic Forum offers some perspective on the idea.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 17, 2018

How Instant Payments Are Transforming Banking and Retail
New research shows financial services companies that deploy the latest instant payment methods can gain a competitive advantage.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 17, 2018

Why Companies Must Manage Environmental, Social and Governance Risks
Companies are increasingly paying attention to environmental, social and governance risks, as these can affect the bottom line.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 16, 2018

Jeremy Siegel: Why the Stock Market Slip Is Not a Slide
Wharton finance professor Jeremy Siegel recommends long-term investors not panic at recent stock market dips. Short-term, if a U.S.-China trade agreement is worked out by January 1, markets could see a "10%-15% pop."

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 16, 2018

What's the Impact of More Diverse Corporate Boards?
A new California law requires companies based in the state to include female directors on their boards. But will the law actually change how companies are run?

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 12, 2018

When Does the Real Customer Journey Start? Earlier than You Think
The buyer's journey does not begin with awareness, as is traditionally thought, but instead before the potential buyer is aware there is even a need, notes the author of this opinion piece.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 12, 2018

Can the World Change Course on Climate Change?
The UN's latest climate change report should spur countries and businesses to take quick and effective steps to combat global warming, say experts.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 12, 2018

Is There a Replication Crisis in Research?
A recent study co-led by Wharton's Gideon Nave attempted to replicate social science experiments published in top journals, with mixed results.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 11, 2018

Why a Data-driven Approach Can Enhance the Art of Logo Design
Research from Wharton's Ryan Dew uses machine learning to help companies develop logos that are consistent with their brand identities.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 11, 2018

Dunkin', WW and IHOB: When Do Name Changes Pay Off?
Changing a company's name is a tricky proposition, but businesses continue to do it with varying degrees of success. Two Wharton marketing professors look at the key considerations.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 11, 2018

How Impact Investing Can Reduce Maternal Mortality
The Merck for Mothers program and Karma Healthcare in India show how technology and partnerships lead to improved health care outcomes for women.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 11, 2018

How Private Information Helps Fake News Fool the Public
Part 2 of this two-part opinion series on fake news, by Wharton professor Eric K. Clemons, analyzes "how private information is used to aid in the targeted distribution of fake news."

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 10, 2018

What Every Founder Should Know
Newer business owners often find themselves either in a moment where everybody values you "higher than you deserve, or nobody's willing to give you anything," says author Maynard Webb.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 09, 2018

GE's Leadership Problem Goes Beyond Its CEO
GE has become, as one Wharton expert said, "a slow-motion train wreck." Can a change at the top help turn it around?

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 09, 2018

Amazon's $15 Minimum Wage: What's the End Game?
Amazon's decision has drawn greater scrutiny of the company and its CEO, with analysts trying to figure out what Jeff Bezos could be planning next.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 09, 2018

Will the New NAFTA Deliver?
The USMCA - the new trade agreement between the U.S., Mexico and Canada - brings NAFTA up to date, but it's unclear which country stands to gain the most, experts say.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 08, 2018

Will ‘Modicare' Be a Game Changer for India?
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has launched the world's biggest government health insurance program. While some are questioning his motives, experts say it is a necessary step for India.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 05, 2018

How Digital Tools Support Hyper-personalized Customer Experiences
Digital tools supporting hyper-personalized customer services is the business model of the future, notes the head of digital software at Tata Consultancy Services.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 04, 2018

Leadership in the Storm: How Four U.S. Presidents Handled Turmoil
Presidential historian Doris Kearns Goodwin chronicles the leadership skills of four U.S. presidents who led the nation through turbulent times, in her new book.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 04, 2018

Why We Need a Win-Win View of Difference to Tackle Populism
A zero-sum view of the economy has replaced the idea of win-win, and it is costing us all dearly, writes Wharton dean Geoffrey Garrett.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 03, 2018

Delaying Social Security: How Lump Sum Payments Can Help
Lump-sum payments of a portion of Social Security benefits are a powerful incentive to convince people to delay retirement, new Wharton research finds.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 03, 2018

As the Founders Exit, What's Next For Instagram?
As the founders exit, Instagram has one billion users and Facebook has 2.2 billion. That's a big chunk of the world's population. So where can they go from here -- and what will regulators allow them to do?

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 02, 2018

Why Elon Musk's SEC Settlement Is Critical for Electric Vehicles
Elon Musk's settlement with the SEC is significant not only for Tesla's future, but also for maintaining the momentum of the electric vehicle industry.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 02, 2018

Comcast Is Paying up for Sky: Now What?
By many measures, Comcast overpaid to acquire British pay TV firm Sky -- but if transformation is Comcast's goal, the cost could be justified, experts say.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 02, 2018

Can Restructuring Sears Fix a Catalog of Problems?
The latest revival plan for Sears could benefit the hedge fund that controls it, instead of boosting the retailer, say experts.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 01, 2018

Why Fake News Campaigns Are So Effective
Social media have been "weaponized" with fake news to maximize social discord, writes Wharton professor Eric K. Clemons in this opinion piece. Why does it work so well?

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 28, 2018

Not Too Big To Fail: Why Lehman Had to Go Bankrupt
Lehman's resistance to risk management played a major role in its downfall, according to the firm's former chief risk officer, Madelyn Antoncic.

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Sep 28, 2018

The Downside of Applying Lean Startup Principles
The principles of the book "The Lean Startup" have been adopted by early stage and established firms alike. But there is a downside to the early market testing it prescribes, according to new Wharton research.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 27, 2018

Are You a ‘Good-ish' Person? How to Push Past Your Biases
In a new book, psychologist Dolly Chugh shows how taking deep stock of our unconscious biases can lead to enlightenment.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 27, 2018

Thin Heads and Fat Tails: Understanding the Crypto Reinvention of Capitalism
Web 3.0 could set up collaboration ecosystems that make the world a better place, notes this opinion piece by Philipp Stauffer of FYRFLY Venture Partners.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 27, 2018

Why So Many Underestimate China's True Economic Power
China's economy is so large - and growing so fast - that it's easy to underestimate the full extent of the nation's global influence, notes the author of this opinion piece.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 27, 2018

Why Private Investment in Public Infrastructure Is Declining
Private investment in public infrastructure has been on the decline, indicating doubts about the value of these projects in a changing U.S. economy.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 26, 2018

Do You Lead with Purpose?
Mission statements and employee handbooks are fine, but what really matters in an organization is the clarity of purpose behind it all, says author Nick Craig.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 25, 2018

What Causes Financial Crises?
Like other crises before it, the 2008 financial meltdown has sparked a period of soul-searching: What did experts and regulators miss?

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 25, 2018

How Jack Ma Changed the Chinese View of Entrepreneurs
As Jack Ma prepares to leave Alibaba, his career provides several key takeaways for fellow leaders and aspiring entrepreneurs in China.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 24, 2018

How Time of Day Affects Shoppers' Appetite for Variety
New Wharton research finds that shoppers are more likely to seek variety in their buying decisions later in the day.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 24, 2018

Why Time of Day Affects Shoppers' Appetite for Variety
New Wharton research finds that shoppers are more likely to seek variety in their buying decisions later in the day.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 22, 2018

How Can Social Media Firms Tackle Hate Speech?
Social media companies want to create a "safe" environment for users, and yet they would like to be seen as upholding the American value of free speech. When it comes to hate speech, what should they do?

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 21, 2018

Could Fracking Debt Set off Big Financial Tremors?
The U.S. fracking industry could implode when investors begin to demand "real returns" -- triggering wider damage, according to a new book.

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Sep 20, 2018

How Catalyst Leaders Lift Teams to Excellence
Everybody knows someone who is not a star performer, but who is extremely effective as a team-builder and a crucial resource for others. But how do they do it?

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Sep 20, 2018

Can Using Software to Map Financial Risks Predict the Next Downturn?
Kimmo Soramäki, founder of Financial Network Analytics, banks on algorithms to find and manage the weakest links in global financial networks.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 20, 2018

How Did the Great Recession Change the Way B-Schools Teach Ethics?
There was plenty of blame to go around to those responsible for the Great Recession. So, how did ethics education at business schools factor in?

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 20, 2018

How Did the Recession Change the Way B-Schools Teach Ethics?
There was plenty of blame to go around to those responsible for the Great Recession. So, how did ethics education at business schools factor in?

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 19, 2018

Marketing to Digital Natives: How Brand Loyalty Is Changing
Old-fashioned brand loyalty no longer leads directly to customer retention. So how can legacy brands appeal to a new generation that is just a click away from millions of products?

Knowledge@Wharton
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.

Knowledge@Wharton
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?

Knowledge@Wharton
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.

Knowledge@Wharton
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.

Knowledge@Wharton
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.

Knowledge@Wharton
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.

Knowledge@Wharton
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.

Knowledge@Wharton
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.

Knowledge@Wharton
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.

Knowledge@Wharton
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.

Knowledge@Wharton
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.

Knowledge@Wharton
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.

Knowledge@Wharton
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.

Knowledge@Wharton
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.

Knowledge@Wharton
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.

Knowledge@Wharton
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.

Knowledge@Wharton
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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