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Economists affect public policy. But strict focus on numbers means they miss key insights, say the authors of a new book.
Top corporate executives who commit crimes are often not prosecuted. Journalist Jesse Eisinger explains why in his new book.
When in a mess, apologize from your heart -- and quickly -- or else risk losing your reputation, warns former Medtronic CEO Arthur D. Collins, Jr.
Innovation in media is often led by non-traditional organizations. For-profit brands can learn a lot from them, notes this opinion piece.
In his new book, former rogue trader Alexis Stenfors talks about the high stakes of currency trading and what it’s like to hide a $100 million loss.
In this opinion piece, former Young & Rubicam CEO Peter Georgescu reflects on the lost American Dream, and what it will take to reclaim it.
Recent Wharton research illustrates the need for managers to understand where investor beliefs are when disclosing information.
Standard economic models ignore important things like health and well-being. A better model would take the shape of a doughnut, says author Kate Raworth.
Businesses could better deconstruct how people make decisions -- and potentially tweak the triggers, say experts at the Wharton Neuroscience Initiative.
To combat climate change, businesses must move beyond rhetoric to action -- but they will face some challenging moral choices.