Seven alumni and two new Wharton initiatives lead the way in fintech and alternative investments.
These Wharton grads who partner professionally and personally say their all-fronts teamwork is a winning strategy.
As the United States continues to legalize both medical and recreational marijuana, Wharton alumni are leading the “green rush” to capitalize on a lucrative—and complex—new industry.
New and notable ventures from Wharton alumni
A new year brings new leadership at Wharton—and it’s female-driven.
From London to Dubai, Wharton alumni gather around the globe.
Marijuana businesses are being shunned by big banks—and forced to handle large sums of cash under precarious conditions.
The Wharton Global Forum goes to Singapore, alumni in the U.K. talk plastics, Global Modular Courses celebrate five years of learning in Southeast Asia, and more.
Essential stats about the alumni-led clubs that keep grads connected to each other long after they leave campus
The new Tangen Hall will serve as an essential hub for innovation and entrepreneurship on campus.
The latest research and insights from Knowledge@Wharton
One doctor's quest to cure his own disease, best practices for aspiring entrepreneurs, and a look at how established companies can foster startup-like innovation
A new study examines whether online courses are enough to enact systemic change in the workplace.
Two new Wharton initiatives made possible by alumni will drive innovation in fintech and alternative investments.
It's not a course change. It's a radical reinvention—and it could save your company.
The tech giant's Libra project could change the way we bank—if it ever becomes reality.
The messages leaders convey can be powerful motivators, but not all are created equal.
Algorithms have paved the way for better business, but keeping the technology in check could prove an ongoing conundrum.
In this excerpt from her new book, Aesthetic Intelligence, Pauline Brown WG95 examines how two top investment firms send very different messages through “the other AI.”
Your moods at work—and the way you express them—may have far greater impact than you realize.
Wharton's senior-most alumnus in India reflects on his faith in humanity, his passion for helping others, and his voracious reading habits.
Wharton Storytellers aims to help students connect on a deeper level.
After a brief identity crisis, Nicolette Omoile WG19 let her passions lead her to a new career.
A multidisciplinary approach—and inspiration from a Wharton alumnus—helped this undergrad plot a new and unique path.
For alumnus David Barudin W69, taking time away from his career and the daily grind has proven invaluable at two of life's major crossroads.