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Founder Li Ning is “making the changes” (the company’s six-year-old slogan) at his eponymous sporting goods company. They were much needed.
Digital platforms and networks like Uber and Lyft are disrupting the automotive industry. Here’s how the incumbents can fight back.
A new book looks at how category creation has enabled Corning to thrive since 1865, most recently with Gorilla Glass, the screen used in most smartphones.
Harman International is innovating in the digital era by destroying silos, tapping good talent and adopting elements of a startup culture. Not bad for the maker of JBL and other[…]
The era of chatbots is here, with tech giants making a big push for their mass market adoption.
The indications from the research are unequivocal, according to the father of behavioral economics: When it comes to decision-making, algorithms are superior to people.
Wharton professor Karl Ulrich talks with Iqbal Quadir, founder of GrameenPhone in Bangladesh, about how he built a network with 55 million subscribers from scratch.
Organic food sales have tripled over 10 years as more Americans reject artificial flavoring, growth hormones and the like. But entering that market is fraught with pitfalls for the inexperienced.
New Wharton research shows that there is an important downside to thinking about a backup plan – it may actually cause people to exert less effort toward their primary goal.
Bestselling author Charles Duhigg explains why how you think matters more than what you think.