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Anti-smoking policies are in the news these days, from U.S. health care centers – including, most recently, the University of Pennsylvania Health System — to the Russian parliament.
Azim Premji, chairman of Indian IT firm Wipro, has become the first in India to commit to The Giving Pledge, a commitment by some of the world’s richest individuals to dedicate the majority of their wealth to philanthropy.
The cyberattack on the Federal Reserve in early February by hacker group Anonymous has broad implications for information security — and companies need to respond by viewing data protection more holistically, according to Wharton’s Andrea Matwyshyn.
If you had just $1,000 to invest in health care in any emerging market in the world, where would you put it? That question was asked during a panel discussion at a recent Wharton health care conference. While BRIC countries were mentioned, there was one surprising answer as well.
India’s health care sector is a study in contrasts: Even as some providers are using innovative models to deliver quality health care at the lowest possible rates, others are adding upscale offerings to their range of services.
Although San Diego Comic-Con is still five months in the future, tickets to this year’s popular culture convention sold out in nearly 90 minutes. Knowledge@Wharton technology and media editor Kendall Whitehouse takes a look at the hubbub surrounding the event and considers how the show might expand in the future.
Who better to give us the scoop on The New York Times than its publisher, Arthur Sulzberger? In this interview, he offers his thoughts on recent developments at the paper.