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Health Care’s Compassion Crisis: Why Caring Makes a Difference

There is clear evidence in biomedical literature that compassion drives better outcomes for patients, doctors and...

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Fighting for Truth: Defending the First Amendment from the Front Line

In the era of fake news, an independent press is more important than ever. That’s the message in a new book by David...

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How to Jumpstart U.S. Innovation and Job Creation

R&D properly coordinated among businesses, universities and government is a powerful force for innovation and job...

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Using Public-private Partnerships to Tackle Extreme Poverty

Early experiences in Asia and Africa show that finding a voice for development issues in corporate strategies is a...

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Richard Cordray: How Financial Regulators Can Better Protect Consumers

Richard Cordray, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s first director, describes the state of consumer...

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How to Reduce the Ballooning U.S. Debt — With Bipartisan Support

Reducing the $22 trillion U.S. debt is critical to the nation's future, but politics have been a hindrance....

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How You Can Use Conflict to Build a Better Team

In her new book, psychologist and business strategist Liane Davey extols the virtues of office conflict and explains...

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Game-changer to Digital Dustbin: Why iTunes Is Shutting Down

The demise of the once-dominant music platform is a sign that Apple, which once led the pack in the sector, has lost...

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Regulating Big Tech: Is a Day of Reckoning Coming?

Big Tech firms like Facebook, Amazon and Google have unorthodox business models, and the law has to catch up to...

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Common Ground: Finding Transatlantic Solutions For Data Security

In a new book, two Georgetown University professors look at the growing collaboration between the U.S. and Europe to...

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Can Wearables Convince Patients to Be More Proactive?

Johnson & Johnson has partnered with Apple to research whether the tech company’s smartwatch can be used to help with...

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How to Curb Workplace Incivility

Penn Medicine’s new Campaign for Professionalism is designed to curb workplace incivility through a clear code of...

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Why Automakers Are Driving for Uniform Fuel Efficiency Standards

Having more than one fuel efficiency standard in the U.S. puts automakers in a bad position in terms of planning...

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Opioid Settlements: Is Insys the Tip of the Iceberg?

Drug manufacturers who face large settlements from the opioid crisis could follow the Insys example and file for...

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Is Your Team Culturally Competent?

In his new book series, consultant Dean Foster offers practical advice for companies on how to gain cultural...

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Can Facebook Be Stopped? Limiting the Power of Social Media Platforms

In his new book, early Facebook investor Roger McNamee sounds the alarm about the platform’s growing economic and...

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Accidental Leaders: How Eight U.S. Vice Presidents Changed History

A new book tells the stories of eight American vice presidents who ascended to the highest office by accident and how...

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Trade War Casualty: Why the Days of Cheap Chinese Goods Are Over

Hundreds of companies are calling on President Trump to not impose new tariffs on Chinese goods. Regardless of the...

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How a Small Change Can Help Fix the Health Care System

New research from Wharton's Ashley Swanson shows that preferred pharmacy networks result in a 1% decrease in Medicare...

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Sold to the Highest Bidder: Why Sotheby’s Is Going Private

The sale of Sotheby’s will ultimately benefit the firm, and it underscores the increasing importance of new markets,...

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