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U.S. Debt: Is It the Calm Before the Storm?

Wharton's Joao Gomes and George Washington University's Tara Sinclair discuss the nation's...

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The College Cheating Scandal: The Biggest Victim Is Public Confidence

The “Varsity Blues” scandal uncovered by the U.S. Department of Justice has shined harsh light on...

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The 737 Max Crash: What’s the Fallout for Boeing?

Last week’s fatal crash of a Boeing 737 Max aircraft -- the second in five months -- is impacting...

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Elon Musk’s SEC Drama: Has He Gone Too Far?

Elon Musk's confrontational behavior with the SEC and seemingly erratic decision making elsewhere...

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Can Amazon Reinvent the Traditional Supermarket?

Amazon's new grocery stores are expected to merge bricks-and-mortar and online experiences, then...

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Why ‘Dieselgate’ Will Continue to Haunt Volkswagen

The SEC is after the German automaker’s CEO for allegedly defrauding bondholders by not coming...

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Why Breaking Up Big Tech Could Do More Harm Than Good

Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren has solidified her party’s growing disenchantment with Big...

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What’s Really Driving Disruption (It’s Not Technology)

It's not technology that drives disruption, but rather customer behavior, says Harvard professor...

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How Emotional Blind Spots Can Hurt Your Finances

Emotional blind spots lead to common mistakes in managing your money, according to a new book by...

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How Gender and Racial Biases Are Hurting Economics

A survey released by the American Economic Association reveals a disturbingly high level of...

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How Companies Are Increasing Neurodiversity in the Workplace

Companies are slowly increasing their efforts to employ adults with autism, but doing so requires...

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Can California Solve Its Affordable Housing Crisis?

California's lack of affordable housing has reached a breaking point in cities like San...

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Lump-sum Pension Payments: Who Are the Winners and Losers?

Private corporations will cheer the Treasury move on lump-sum pension payments, but policy makers...

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Can Shaq Save the Papa John’s Brand?

Experts think Papa John’s is playing to win by hiring NBA legend and entrepreneur Shaquille...

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Design for All: Why Inclusion Matters in Business

In her new book, inclusive design expert Kat Holmes explains why the most effective business...

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WOW Bows Out: Lessons from the Downfall of a Budget Airline

A faulty business model, rising oil prices and competitive pressure all contributed to the demise...

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Searching for the Soul of Russia Under Putin

A new book from Nina Khrushcheva (Nikita Krushev's great granddaughter) and Jeffrey Tayler takes...

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Why the U.K. Auto Industry Is Stalling Over Brexit Risks

A no-deal Brexit could force more layoffs, plant closures and relocations among U.K. automakers,...

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Will AI Save Journalism — or Kill It?

Many of the largest and most reputable news outlets in the world are using or dabbling in AI to...

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Is the EU’s New Copyright Directive Too Complex to Work?

The EU is seeking to help content creators and publishers gain more money and rights, but its new...

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