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Why aren’t more women reaching the corner office? Panelists at a recent Wharton Global Alumni Forum shared their thoughts.
Once thought to be a dying model, captive units for outsourcing are gaining strength in India as multinationals increasingly see the divisions as a way to gain access to innovation and emerging markets.
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Google’s $12.5 billion acquisition of Motorola Mobility gives its patent portfolio a big boost, but may raise a set of challenges for the company.
After the initial blush with relatively peaceful demonstrations in Tunisia and Egypt, the social revolution of the Arab Spring has led to strife rather than reform. Much of the violent turn of events, says Wharton’s Stuart Diamond, is because of dashed expectations.
Except for a sponsor. The team, called HTC-Highroad, is ending five years of participation in professional cycling because its owner was unable to find funding.