Wharton MBA students explore the new business climate in Cuba.
A team of four Wharton undergraduate students took on the world in Hong Kong.
We interview Navin M. Valrani, CEO of the Engineering Services Group at Oasis Investment Co., about serious-minded international business and personal passions.
How a business policy blunder produced major new business opportunities.
Ays Sharaev has a front-line view of the current Russian business environment. What's that like?
An Executive MBA student shares eight lessons that he learned during a Wharton Global Modular Course in Japan.
“Resiliency” is a buzzword among development and economic leaders, but it’s hardly an accurate description of our infrastructure.
A new Lauder Institute program reflects the changing face of business.
Wharton students, faculty and staff had the pleasure of being addressed by the China Entrepreneur Club, a nonprofit launched by China’s top economic leaders.
How are big companies defying the gravity of slow domestic growth? They’re practicing art of exporting to countries where demand for their products is growing faster than the United States.
Western companies strive to enter promising foreign markets, but they're outcompeted by local upstarts that better compete and steal massive market share both home and abroad.
In recent discussions with global CEOs, a recurrent theme is the rising wave of change in emerging markets and the related impact on the critical decision making process affecting cross functional operations in global businesses.
Investing in emerging markets can be profitable, but risky. Wharton's Witold Henisz sheds light on how government actions can wreak havoc on businesses that invest overseas.
Professor Franklin Allen’s Research Looks at the Upcoming Shakeout in World Economies as Well as the Need for Companies to Better Integrate Finance and Strategy
Wharton Alumni weigh in on living and working in Puerto Rico
Global Reach: Doing Business in the Czech Republic, Argentina, and Belgium