An initiative led by Ahmad Thomas WG18 to boost diversity within Silicon Valley is another step in a journey that began with his father nearly 65 years ago.
Which subjects really resonate with today’s students? Professors provide a behind-the-scenes look at eight impactful classes that help to define the modern Wharton experience.
Wharton graduates share stories of hardship and success, tips for financial freedom, big ideas on education reform, and more.
How immigrant entrepreneurs pave the way for foreign venture capital investments
The opportunity to explore the tech capital of the world was the draw, but insights from Wharton alumni made the Wharton Industry Exploration Program trip to San Francisco unforgettable.
Dean Geoffrey Garrett discusses innovation in Silicon Valley and the business skills necessary to create a sustainable business, whether it's a startup or established firm.
The Silicon Alley tech startup world needs to start thinking bigger, like they do in Silicon Valley, and stop worrying about failing like Icarus.
A Wharton undergraduate participates in a tech-focused course, benefiting from inside career information from alumni and an upcoming trip to Silicon Valley.
Scaling businesses is what Wharton expertise does best. No wonder Wharton alumni have been called on to lead it at Google.
Mentors for entrepreneurs are harder to find than ever. But here are keys lessons that make their guidance crucial for startup CEOs.
To be wildly successful, you need to be right about something that no one else knows about, and other lessons from a king of venture capital, Fred Wilson, WG'87.
How the Semester in San Francisco is shaping entrepreneurial ventures for Wharton MBA students.
An undergrad experienced paradise this summer in the San Francisco startup scene.
Wharton | San Francisco was treated to a special screening of Something Ventured, the documentary about the creation of venture capitalism.
What do you get when you mix brilliant behavioral economics with Silicon Valley startup culture?
A new tech boom is underway. Not in Silicon Valley social media, but in capital-light sustainability. And Wharton investors are there.