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How the Government Shutdown Could Affect IPOs

The now record-length government shutdown is affecting the SEC and causing a delay in firms'...

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What Risks Does the Banking Industry Face in 2019?

The Fed’s moves towards stronger oversight and a similar push by House Democrats bode well for...

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Why the EU Could See Some Big Transitions in 2019

In the year ahead, the European Union faces challenges on multiple fronts: Brexit, internal...

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Retail Resurrection: A Rosy Outlook for 2019?

Buoyed by a strong economy and low unemployment, 2018 retail sales were the best in six years....

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Why Social Media Is the New Weapon in Modern Warfare

Authors Peter Singer and Emerson Brooking explain how social media has emerged as a surprising --...

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Dwindling Brexit Options: What’s the Path Ahead?

A no-deal Brexit has investors rattled, because it could disrupt supply chains and cause economic...

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How Pattern-based Thinking Gives Companies an Edge

Glimpses of today’s new business models are found in the patterns of the most successful...

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Latin America in 2019: Will Political Upheaval Stall Growth?

Following elections, several Latin American leaders are charged with finding ways to solve...

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How Digital Ushers in a New Entertainment Golden Age

In his book, University of Minnesota professor Joel Waldfogel explains how digital technology is...

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Can a Carbon Tax Help Curb Climate Change?

Taxing companies that produce carbon emissions is a tough sell, but U.S. Sen. Chris Coons argues...

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Wisdom in the Workplace: Why the Modern Elder Is Relevant

Airbnb executive Chip Conley, whose boss is two decades younger, discusses the benefits of having...

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Did Gillette Miss the Mark with Its Toxic Masculinity Ad?

Despite the backlash to Gillette’s controversial “toxic masculinity” ad, experts say the brand is...

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The Real Estate Outlook for 2019: Waiting for Millennials?

Rising home prices driven by low supply and higher costs are choking U.S. housing demand, but...

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The U.S. Auto Industry in 2019: Twists, Turns and Bumps Ahead

Automakers booked surprisingly robust new vehicle sales in 2018. But bumps in the road await them...

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How Big Companies Can Innovate Like Small Startups

Big corporations can innovate just as successfully as small startups if they strike the right...

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Here Today, Gone Tomorrow: Why Workplace Ghosting Is on the Rise

The practice of “ghosting” companies -- leaving a job or the application process unexpectedly...

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‘The Davos of Value Change’: Some New Topics Take Center Stage

Passionate pleas from unlikely voices were the hallmarks of the World Economic Forum’s latest...

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Are Weaker Fuel Economy Standards Based on Faulty Logic?

A new study coauthored by Wharton’s Arthur van Benthem contends that the Trump Administration’s...

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Will #MeToo Move Forward in 2019?

The #MeToo movement reached full bloom last year, but will it wither and die in 2019? Experts...

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How the Fed’s Wait-and-see Stance Helps the Markets

Last week, the Federal Reserve announced it would adopt a more patient stance on interest rates,...

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