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Billions in the Balance: Why Managing a Nation’s Brand Matters

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Nations should see the benefits of crafting a good brand image, just like companies, argues Wharton professor David Reibstein in this opinion piece. He is launching a brand rating of nations.

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Oil’s Financial Depletion: What’s Ahead for Energy Firms?

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Watch for plummeting oil prices to reshuffle the industry. Yet, “even bad times provide some opportunity,” one Wharton expert says.

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How Low Oil Prices Are Battering the MENA Region

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Saudi Arabia, Oman and other countries in the Middle East and North Africa are seeing growth stall as oil falls below $30 a barrel. The region has one bright spot, though: Iran.

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Doing Well by Doing Good: What’s Next for Impact Investing

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Margot Kane of the Calvert Foundation talks about the evolution of impact investing and how the nonprofit is getting capital to the high-impact projects that need it the most.

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China’s Investments in Africa: What’s the Real Story?

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Is China exploiting Africa for its natural resources, or is it aiding the continent’s development? Three experts from the front lines of the controversial China-Africa economic relationship weigh in.

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The Price Is Pliant: The Risks and Rewards of Dynamic Pricing

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Based on simple demand curve equations, using discounts to move inventory that might otherwise go to waste is an easy choice. But factor in the human element and you can see any number of reasons to be afraid.

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Taking Stock of the ABLE Program: Are More Measures Needed?

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The 529 ABLE program that encourages people with disabilities to save money with tax breaks is helpful, but disincentives that prevent them from working need to be changed, experts say.

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How Ben & Jerry’s Got Bought Out Without Selling Out

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Despite being bought out by Unilever in 2000, Ben & Jerry’s has managed to keep intact the commitment to social justice that was baked into the firm by its founders.

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The Retirement Problem: What Will You Do With All That Time?

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You’ve anticipated and planned your retirement for years. What if it’s not as you pictured? The question isn’t only about money, experts say – planning how to stay happily occupied is equally critical.

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How Naval Shipyards Are Charting a New Commercial Course

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Many of America’s great shipyards have outlived their usefulness to the Navy – but they can still be valuable properties. The Brooklyn and Philadelphia Navy Yards exemplify the sort of transformation such sites can strive for.

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