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Wharton Executive Education: Knowledge for Action
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Author Emily Esfahani Smith says one can find meaning even in tough circumstances to give you a reason to live, whereas a pursuit of happiness focused on satisfying your every whim can still lead to emptiness.

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Flying the friendly skies is getting more turbulent — at least for transatlantic travel. Buoyed by low oil prices and new fuel-efficient aircraft, several low-cost European carriers are challenging major legacy airlines in the lucrative U.S.-Europe market, with sometimes jaw-droppingly low fares.

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Professionals need to be careful when trying to build algorithms that encourage diversity, because currently there isn’t even agreement in the field about exactly what diversity is.

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Hopes have receded for a steady recovery of South Africa’s fragile economy with the downgrade earlier this month of the country’s credit rating: http://whr.tn/2ocGOnR

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Even middle-class Americans are now tapping payday lenders because they cannot make ends meet: http://whr.tn/2oun8Yr

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Formerly, President Trump supported greater economic ties with Cuba. Just before the election, he reversed course. So what should businesses expect now: http://whr.tn/2oclBdw

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With many baby-boomers closing in on the age at which they are required to take disbursements, more financial education is needed: http://whr.tn/2ocvDLL

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There is wide agreement that U.S. tax codes need modernizing. A new collection of articles offers a starting point for thinking about reforms: http://whr.tn/2ocqHqk

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Millennials are poised to take over the C-suite from baby boomers. But what kind of leaders will they be? A new report debunks some stereotypes: http://whr.tn/2oun7nq

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Wang Wei, chairman of Spring Airlines Japan and son of a Chinese mogul, talks to Knowledge@Wharton about his plans to expand in Japan: http://whr.tn/2oumjyZ
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