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Opaque algorithms used to micro-segment people can lead to unfairness and bias, says the author of "Weapons of Math Destruction."
New Wharton research examines how political and economic turmoil in a country can impact how microfinance organizations are funded.
Wells Fargo’s latest revelations on errant practices could reverberate across the financial services industry.
Mylan, the maker of the EpiPen allergy-treatment device, has raised outrage over out-sized price increases. Experts at Wharton and Penn Medicine explain the causes and the impact.
Some of your favorite foods -- sushi, extra virgin olive oil, Kobe beef, Parmesan cheese -- may not be what you think they are. Larry Olmsted explains in his new[…]
The recent case of a Maine restauranteur who said customers who owned a particular semiautomatic rifle would not be welcome at her restaurants raises questions about how much an owner’s[…]
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 –[…]