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According to a keynote speaker at the Wharton Global Alumni Forum in San Francisco, the European Union could learn some things from the U.S. system of government to solve its current crisis.
India’s largest bank, State Bank of India, has reported a 99% drop in profits in the fourth quarter of 2010-2011. The reasons have kindled a new debate over an old financial reporting tactic.
With much of the developed world mired in a stagnating economic recovery, private equity’s most promising targets will be Asia and emerging markets, says Glenn Hutchins, co-founder and co-CEO of Silver Lake, a global private equity investment firm.
The recent data breach at Citibank compromised more than 200,000 credit card accounts. The time has come for stronger regulatory measures regarding data security, Wharton faculty say.
J.C. Penney’s recent decision to hire Ron Johnson, formerly at Apple, to be its CEO was widely hailed as a great move. That was before details of an unexpected job sharing arrangement came to light.
As if Spain didn’t have enough problems, one of its leading businessmen, Banco Santander chairman Emilio Botin, and his family are now caught up in charges of tax evasion.
Companies love to tout their successful innovations. But one speaker at a recent Wharton conference argued that firms should be equally eager to share their failures, particularly in the pharmaceutical industry.
A 13-day strike at India’s Maruti Suzuki ended yesterday with an agreement between management and workers who are hoping to unionize. What will it mean for the country’s largest automobile manufacturer?