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A report last week describing events leading up to the 2008 financial crisis blames the bankers – just as President Franklin Delano Roosevelt did in his first inaugural address on March 4, 1933.
On March 28, The New York Times launched its second online subscription model in nearly six years. And earlier this year, News Corp. launched a newspaper called The Daily, available exclusively on Apple’s iPad. Wharton experts consider the viability of charging for online news.
William Fung, managing director of Hong Kong-based supply chain company Li & Fung, talks about China’s emergence as a key consumer market.
China has overtaken the U.S — in Capitalism. China has gone from Cultural Revolution to one of Capitalism’s top cheerleaders in little more than a generation. Now its free-market faith runs deeper than in the U.S., according to a new survey.
A new joint venture between Merck and India’s Sun Pharmaceuticals is evidence of the New Jersey company’s new strategy of partnerships before mergers.
More ebook sales and the rise of electronic reading platforms point to a new chapter in this year’s London Book Fair, which opens today. Also today: the launch of Wharton Digital Press.
Earlier this year, Chinese authorities lit bonfires of pirated goods across the country to mark a crackdown on intellectual property rights infringement. Was it only a gesture, or is real change coming?