Our first episode with renowned financier and Lehigh University alum Mr. Joseph Perella focuses on his successful career on Wall Street and what valuable advice he received from both managers and employees along the way.
Dean Phillips discusses the benefits, innovation and tech opportunities through Lehigh University's one year MBA program.
China's failure to deal with mounting economic difficulties may portend increasing destabilization in the region.
Studies show that the impacts of microcredit appear to be fairly modest—helpful, but certainly not the magic bullet solution to global poverty.
The same thing that makes Bitcoin a safe currency—its high degree of security—also makes it attractive to criminals, and untrustworthy in the public's eyes.
Research—and the Ghostbusters movie—have shown that while humanized brand characters can create strong emotional bonds between consumers and products, they can cause an even stronger backlash when things go wrong.
A detailed look at who benefits most from the tax plans offered by President Trump and House Republicans, and what impact they would have on national debt.
Our tax code is unnecessarily complex and a waste of national productivity. Surely, there must be a better way for our government to collect taxes.
Will a robot one day take your job? A more likely scenario is that the future of work means cooperation between humans and the robots.
Eliminating the Affordable Care Act’s mandate requiring everyone to have health insurance would undermine the concept of risk pooling necessary to make any market-based system work.
The Physical Internet is based on applying the technologies and methodologies of the digital internet to the physical world. Here's what you need to know.
The e-commerce explosion over the past two decades has made supply chain and logistics management more important than ever—for consumers as well as companies.
After-hours emails from employers are causing emotional exhaustion and anticipatory stress among workers, leading some to call for a “right to disconnect.”
For at least the next two decades, the heavy lifting of transforming the world economy to a greener state will rest on the back of batteries.
Looking at the facts over more than six decades, the argument that cutting tax rates spurs economic growth seems more like magical thinking than sound economics.