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A new report on the Indian hospitality industry shows that the sector has remained robust despite global and local economic concerns, and has started to attract interest as a destination of choice from new categories of travelers.
Joanna Lambert, head of the enterprise growth group at American Express, talks to KnowledgeToday about how the firm is strategizing to compete in the digital wallet market.
Statistics show that “underbanked” consumers are more likely to use mobile phones to manage their money. According to Jennifer Tescher, CEO of a nonprofit that works to expand access to financial services, this presents an opportunity for banks and others to reach these consumers through innovative new technologies.
Austerity in Spain and most of Europe has failed, according to Wharton management professor Mauro Guillen.
As Apple’s iPad, Samsung’s Galaxy and Microsoft’s Surface battle for dominance in the U.S. tablet market, the tablet wars in India are increasingly being fought at the bottom of the pyramid.
Microsoft’s earnings fell considerably in the last quarter, and reports are showing a sharp decline in PC sales globally. But don’t count out the humble personal computer just yet, three Wharton faculty members say.
Why do Wharton professors Mark V. Pauly and Howard Kunreuther call insurance “the most misunderstood industry?” The answer can be found in their upcoming book on insurance companies, consumers and regulators.