Tag Archives: Google

  • Google’s Sundar Pichai WG02 on Privacy

    In his New York Times op-ed, the CEO says that privacy “cannot be a luxury good.”

  • Bridging the Skills Gap

    Opportunity@Work and Fullstack Academy are training non-traditional workers for "new collar" jobs.

  • The Volatility Behind Google’s Alphabet

    Volatility isn't just about causing problems; it can spark our ability to solve problems too. That’s what is behind Google’s Alphabet restructuring.

  • What if Large Taxpayers Fly Away?

    Because of aging populations, many governments will need higher tax revenues, but technology and globalization are making “brain drain” a...

  • Driving Innovation With the Automat

    How Wharton and Penn changed the world through unprecedented processes for producing goods and services.

  • Giving Supply Chain Its Due

    The first-ever, student-run Wharton Supply Chain Conference draws a crowd and surprising speakers.

  • It’s a People Business

    A visit to Google during “Sophomore Career Exploration” offers lessons about real-world work environments.

  • Digital Content: The Half-Full Glass

    Digital distribution is a success, although proposed legislation in Congress might make you wonder if Internet downloading has been a giant disaster...

  • Patently Misguided

    Patents have become a sort of weapon in business warfare. Increasingly, they're being acquired by companies like Google in order to protect their...

  • One School. Three Entrepreneurs. $700 Million

    How Wharton helped three bright young business minds build—and eventually sell (at enormous profit)—their unique Internet-based companies....

  • Knowledge at Wharton

    Americans spend an average of 14 hours a week online and 14 hours watching TV. But marketers spend 22% of their advertising dollars on TV and...

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