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Mandating that virtually all Americans have health insurance is a moral issue, says Wharton health care management professor Mark V. Pauly.
The $6.6 billion sale of Solvay’s drug unit to Abbott Laboratories continues the trend of mega mergers in the pharmaceutical industry. Do such deals deliver on their promise?
When the economy gets tough, managers look to cut or control costs. But a key to long-term survival is finding new and novel ways to do business, according to Wharton management professor Raphael Amit and Christoph Zott, a professor of entrepreneurship at IESE Business School.
The French president and Nobel Prize laureates want you to be happy – and a new economics study thinks you should be, too.
Is Dell’s planned acquisition of Perot Systems enough to help it compete with such widely established brands as IBM and Hewlett-Packard in the technology services area?
Although China is resisting international pressure to limit its greenhouse gas emissions, new laws, regulations, fiscal measures and investments from both domestic and international companies are all encouraging alternative energy growth.
A Goldman Sach’s private equity fund may pump $250 million into Chinese car maker Geely Automobile, according to news reports, greasing the skids for Geely to acquire Ford’s Volvo unit.