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Knowledge@Wharton 2h
Tues. on (10:30A ET): Why are many working families using or instead of private employer insurance? 's explains from their new report.
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Knowledge@Wharton 2h
Tues. on (10:00A ET): Protest in Puerto Rico are calling for Gov. Ricardo Rossello to resign over homophobic and misogynistic comments about politicians, entertainers and others. of and 's Charles Venator-Santiago discuss...
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“If everyone wants to convert their Libra into dollars or other currencies at the same time, this is effectively what we think of as a run.”
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“Being an incumbent is not necessarily a competitive advantage in an era where players can leapfrog and create completely new business and operating models” says president Ravi Kumar ().
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Amazon’s effort to retrain workers shows that employees are being viewed as less disposable. “[Employers] themselves are starting to feel like they need to pay attention – that ... how they treat people matters,” says ’s Matthew Bidwell
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“Firms need to remember that if you have some of these biases, they’re going to get hard-wired into the algorithm. You have to think very carefully about how to strip that out.”
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In his new book, recounts the "awkward, slightly difficult history of a bunch of left-wing graduate students who pioneered America’s first space program but have been written out of the story on account of their politics."
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Knowledge@Wharton 9h
The current challenges facing China's economy are the result of deep, structural and longer term issues that have been building for years, including high debt and low industrial productivity, say experts from and .
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While testing a innovative new method for studying hiring, researchers uncovered evidence of how bias seeps into the hiring process of some of the world’s top firms.
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While Amazon’s $700 million retraining program is a laudable goal, the company has other critical personnel issues to address say experts and
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“Most visions are, ironically, not very visionary” says ’s Drew Carton. Here’s how they can be more effective.
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Amazon's decision to invest in retraining for some of its employees may also legitimize the idea such initiatives for other employers as well, says 's Matthew Bidwell.
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Knowledge@Wharton Jul 22
.’s Iain Boyd says in the space tourism race where Virgin Galactic is pitted against Blue Origin, it matters less which company puts vacationers first into space than which service brings them back safely to Earth.
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Knowledge@Wharton Jul 22
.'s Marshall Meyer and of Stanford look at why China's GDP rate fell to a 27-year low in the second quarter. Hint: It's not about the trade war.
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Knowledge@Wharton Jul 22
“The person who ran the great operations for the past 10 years … should be rewarded. But you do need to make sure you populate your organization with lots of people that have an interest in, and curiosity about, the future.”
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Knowledge@Wharton Jul 22
The Apollo moon landing was a proud moment in American history, but the decades leading up to that moment were marked by the political and cultural tensions of World War II and the Cold War.
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Knowledge@Wharton Jul 22
.’s David Erickson says Social Capital Hedosophia’s merger with Virgin Galactic is a “speculative” investment similar to early biotech companies where revenue generation is years away.
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Knowledge@Wharton Jul 22
.'s Marshall Meyer says the U.S. should realize the risky game it is playing with the trade war with China. The U.S. should “worry a little more – maybe a lot more — about what would happen if Xi were precipitously pushed out of power."
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Knowledge@Wharton Jul 21
New research by 's Judd B. Kessler and Corinne Low aims to pioneer an innovative way for researchers to study hiring without subterfuge.
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Justin Gottschlich Jul 18
So honored (and humbled!) to be giving the keynote address at at University of Pennsylvania! Looking forward to meeting with Penn's many brilliant and energetic minds!
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