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Like every industry, the arts have been hit hard by the COVID-19 outbreak. Musical organizations like The Philadelphia Orchestra are quickly learning how to adapt to a new normal during and after the virus.

How The Philadelphia Orchestra is Adjusting to Performances without an Audience

Chef Jose Garces said restaurant owners should consider how the outbreak may diminish consumer appetite for public dining.

Chef Jose Garces: How Coronavirus Is Changing the Restaurant Industry

Wharton experts weigh in on the global economy, online teaching, remote work, and flattening the curve of COVID-19 impact.

Faculty Insights: How to Lead and Work Through a Pandemic

The course, led by Wharton Management Professor Mauro Guillen, will teach students about the effects of events like coronavirus (COVID-19) on businesses and economies.

A New Real-Time Course Responds to Coronavirus Outbreak

Different kinds of smiles can indicate an employee’s true motivation, according to research from Marketing Prof. Patti Williams.

The Implications of Smiling at Work

From the Turing Test to IBM’s Jeopardy–winning Watson, artificial intelligence has continuously pushed the status quo. How can people in business better understand and use this growing technology?

Using Artificial Intelligence in Business: A Talk with Kartik Hosanagar

Can science help us improve communication in advertising? Prof. Michael Platt believes the answer is yes.

What Neuroscience Can Tell Us About Political Advertising

When it comes to dismantling inequality, where do we begin, and what’s the best approach? Panelists Valerie Jarrett, Dalila Wilson-Scott, and Antony Bugg-Levine weigh in.

Solving Society’s Biggest Problems, Starting with Cross-Sector Collaboration

Celebrating International Women’s Day

A class project on wildfire prevention led three Wharton undergrads to present their findings at the Women in Data Science Conference at Penn.

Predicting Random Forest Fires in California