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Knowledge@Wharton, the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania’s online research and business analysis journal, in collaboration with The Lauder Institute at the University of Pennsylvania and Momentum, a leading event organizer, today announced it will host a major conference for senior U.S. executives to gain insight into the legal and business challenges of doing business in Cuba as well as to capitalize on the opportunities of tapping into the island’s market.

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New ebook offers a definitive checklist to help leaders act decisively when it counts the most

Available free for download from June 21-28, 2011

Philadelphia, PA, June 14, 2011— Today Wharton Digital Press announced its first ebook, The Leader’s Checklist, from world-renowned leadership expert Michael Useem. In this fast-reading and illuminating book, the author provides 15 guiding principles that form the core of the Leader’s Checklist.

Wharton Digital Press was launched in collaboration with Knowledge@Wharton, by the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, as an innovative all-digital publishing initiative that publishes relevant, accessible and empirically based business knowledge to readers wherever and whenever they need it. To celebrate its first publication, Wharton Digital Press is making The Leader’s Checklist available as a free download from June 21-28, 2011 at leading retailers, including Amazon, Barnes&Noble.com, and Sony. For a full list of retailers, visit wdp.wharton.upenn.eduMORE

New Four-Part Report Features Insights from The Boston Consulting Group and Wharton Faculty

BOSTON, February 03, 2011— A “two-speed” world has emerged, characterized by slow growth in the developed countries of Europe, North America, and Japan, and faster growth in rapidly developing economies such as China, India, and Brazil. To succeed in this “new normal,” companies must develop different strategies, innovative products, and new, low-cost operating models, explain experts from The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) and the Wharton School in a special report titled Rethinking Operations for a Two-Speed WorldMORE