A new book and a visit with Dean Erika James to honor Wharton's first African-American MBA graduate, Hettie Simmons Love WG47
Wharton management professors offer three strategies for translating faculty research to broader audiences.
Penn alumna Tobi Bosede C11 is tackling the issue of high health-care costs through a new comparison-shopping startup.
Stories of perseverance and self-discovery, guides to improve business practices, resources for one's personal life, and more from Wharton authors
The $5 million Wharton gift is the largest cryptocurrency donation ever received by Penn.
Three public statements from the SEC show increased and perhaps even hostile new scrutiny
How not-for-profits, corporate innovation, and public service developments can meet the changing needs of citizens in the Arabian Gulf.
Microsoft executive Tereza Nemessanyi C92 G97 WG97 discusses diversity and inclusion strategies and tapping into the Wharton network
21 teams of MBAs from around the world bring innovative new ideas to a Wharton-sponsored health care competition
Three ways to foster better communication in a virtual business world
Deborah Wahl G92 WG92 talks about the automaker’s goals for reducing emissions and strategies to earn consumer buy-in.
Many colleges and universities turned to AI-based proctoring software to prevent cheating on remote-learning exams. But to overcome privacy concerns and other problems, technology providers need to listen to the students.
Health care industry CEO Patrick Quigley WG03 dissects a highly contested measure in the latest COVID relief package.
How a data-based approach can help airlines prepare better for challenges brought on by extreme weather
The inspiration behind a Wharton grad’s new fast-causal restaurant concept and its community-focused vision
The mission of Martin Muoto C93 W93 is clear: to level the housing playing field for Black and brown communities across the United States. Muoto founded SoLa Impact in a garage in 2015 and has since seen the company grow into Los Angeles’s largest Section 8 landlord. Today, SoLa Impact runs $180 million in affordable housing and commercial real estate funds in minority neighborhoods around the city. And with the announcement of SoLa Impact’s new Black Impact Fund, which aims to raise $1 billion to invest in and near designated opportunity zones, Muoto is looking to establish one of the largest commercial real estate funds ever to focus on minority neighborhoods.
The Wharton MBA Class of 2011 celebrates their graduation.
Looking back on 2010 at Wharton
The Wharton Follies, Wharton's own performance group, presented their 2010 Spring Show, "34th Annual Follies Awards: It's a Dishonor Just to be Nominated."
MBA student talks about the Wharton Fund
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