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New Wharton research examines the delicate balancing act among corporations, politicians and social activists.
Common wisdom says that despite being big shareholders, mutual funds have no real incentive to improve corporate governance. But new Wharton research shows that the opposite is true.
The debt disaster the U.S. territory is facing has its roots in a range of causes, some of which go back decades. But there are only a few options left[…]
The singer’s death and apparent lack of a will bring up thorny legal questions about who will manage his estate – including a likely treasure trove of unreleased music –[…]
Many think flawed bonus rules at financial institutions helped cause the financial crisis. But the evidence is thin, and new proposals to prevent a repeat may be easily thwarted.
The so-called “Panama Papers” track “dark money” flows globally over nearly four decades. They offer a rare opportunity for the U.K., the U.S. and other countries to check wrongdoings by[…]
Social entrepreneur Ron Cordes exhorted the audience at the Wharton Social Impact Conference to ask their financial advisors about impact investing, because “demand flows up.”
In a new book, Iris Bohnet explains how small but powerful process interventions can address the persistent problem of gender discrimination in the workplace.
Brazil is undergoing one of its worst periods of political uncertainty, tackling an economic recession and fighting the Zika virus outbreak — all during a year in which it plans[…]
It’s commonly believed that investors interested in having a social impact might need to sacrifice financial returns. But that is simply not true, according to Liesel Pritzker Simmons, co-founder of[…]