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A program in India to increase financial inclusion made rapid progress in opening bank accounts for underserved populations -- but it has also raised numerous questions about what still needs[…]
Puerto Rico faces perhaps the most significant financial hurdles of anywhere in the United States. Can the island turn its economy around?
Japanese businesses have begun investing heavily in Myanmar, but with some degree of caution as the fledgling democracy tries its hand at economic reforms.
The first budget of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s administration was expected to usher in a new era of reform -- but it was surprisingly devoid of sweeping changes. Has[…]
With a $1.33 billion payment to creditors looming, Argentina's government has been left with little room for negotiation, experts say.
Wharton’s Amy Sepinwall discusses the potential impact of the Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby ruling on businesses, employees and consumers.
Last week, Aereo -- a service that enabled subscribers to watch and record over-the-air television on PCs and mobile devices -- was shut down following a Supreme Court ruling. What[…]
Due to recent lawsuits, unpaid internships are under more scrutiny than ever -- but it will take more than litigation to change the system for the better, Wharton experts say.
At the Wharton Leadership Conference, New York Times financial columnist Gretchen Morgenson linked the GM scandal with the 2008 mortgage crisis and told the audience, "True leadership is sorely lacking[…]
Political will has led to labor clauses being included in many free-trade agreements between the U.S. and other countries. But experts say enacting and enforcing those regulations has proven elusive[…]