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Black and Hispanic Americans are less financially prepared for retirement than their white counterparts. Research presented at an annual Wharton symposium examined underlying causes and suggested reforms.
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A conversation with the alumna founder of BigSpring and her executive team on analytics, the future of work, and building a “learning ecosystem.”
Former Goldman Sachs executive David B. Ford WG70 on what matters most in business, family, and life.
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In the two decades since its launch, Knowledge@Wharton has become an invaluable resource for lifelong learning online, on the radio, and on podcasts. Meet its visionary founder and the team that’s spreading insights and education to a global audience.
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