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Wharton’s dean makes the case for why China's future is in the hands of its consumers and e-commerce, and the tech and retail companies looking to profit.
Professor Myron E. Weiner demands that calls for privacy, profit sharing and regulation grow louder toward the Internet giants.
Entrepreneur Paul Shrater presents the strategy behind his online store’s customer service and offers a few technical and personnel tactics for success.
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