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Reports that some employers are asking job candidates to provide log on information for social media accounts have caused an outcry over perceived violations of privacy. But Wharton professor Janice Bellace warns that current and potential employees have almost no legal protection against such intrusions.
Apple’s stock has been on a rollercoaster for the past week — dropping a total of 9.9% over five days and then rebounding by 5.1% on Tuesday. What does the fluctuation say about Apple or the company’s investors?
At the current pace of applications, U.S. visa grants for skilled workers will soon exhaust the existing caps, experts say. What’s driving the rush?
Nine medical specialty boards have called for doctors to stop over-prescribing 45 medical tests that the groups say aren’t always necessary and only add to the enormous cost of health care.
As one of India’s most-watched companies, Infosys has been accustomed to under-promising and over-delivering. But with Friday’s disappointing earnings results, the firm must now determine how to execute a turnaround before things get worse.
At the first Lipman Prize conference, three social impact organizations discussed the unique problems they face in trying to scale up and diversify their operations.
High-tech garbage — broken computers, mobile phones, fax machines and so on — is a serious hazard. In Chile, a social enterprise named Recycla seems to have found a solution to this problem.
The reign in Spain of austerity policies is plainly failing. “Unfortunately, very few people are willing to say that,” says Wharton finance professor Franklin Allen. Expect Spain to consider defaulting on sovereign debt and leaving the eurozone.