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The Best Country for Entrepreneurs Is …

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See how America ranks in entrepreneurship, according to the “Best Countries” report from Wharton, BAV Consulting, and U.S. News & World Report. It might not be what you think.

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How Wells Fargo is Reaching the Digital Customer

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Wells Fargo CMO Jamie Moldafsky describes the bank’s digital transformation to meet the heightened demands of today’s consumers.

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‘Invisible Influence’: What Really Shapes Our Decisions

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Jonah Berger takes us inside the conscious and unconscious ways that social influences shape our decisions.

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How Audio Giant Harman Broke Down Silos to Spark Innovation

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Harman International is innovating in the digital era by destroying silos, tapping good talent and adopting elements of a startup culture. Not bad for the maker of JBL and other brands.

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New Food Labeling Guidelines: Will Consumers Bite?

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The latest White House move to make food labels more informative helps in the broader drive towards a healthier America. But the big challenge is in finding ways to change people’s food habits, say experts.

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On the Brink: How a Brexit Could Fracture a Fragile Europe

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A U.K. exit from the European Union could tip the struggling region into recession, says Wharton’s Mauro Guillen.

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The Legacy of Muhammad Ali: ‘The Greatest’ Promoter

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Muhammad Ali was promoter extraordinaire, a huge fundraiser for worthy causes, and in many ways, changed the face of America.

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U.S.-China Dialogue: Can the Two Countries Find Common Ground?

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The U.S. and China are sparring over the latter’s moves to combat industrial overcapacity with dumping and its actions in the South China Sea. Both must take a longer-term view to resolve the disputes, experts say.

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The Rise of the Chatbots: Is It Time to Embrace Them?

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The era of chatbots is here, with tech giants making a big push for their mass market adoption.

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‘Negotiating the Nonnegotiable’ at Work and at Home

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According to author Dan Shapiro, negotiating emotionally charged conflicts can be resolved with the same set of tools, whether at home or at work — and even in intractable international conflicts.

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