Jeffrey Schoenfeld WG84 reflects on his path from enduring Wall Street’s closeted culture in the ’80s to founding Wharton's first LGBTQ fellowship.
What is your “time value of time”? Our resident ski bum/blogger explains why it’s probably not enough.
Two founders of Perella Weinberg Partners come to campus to talk integrity and hypocrisy on Wall Street.
Three Wharton alumnae were ranked in Forbes’ latest list of the 100 most powerful women in the world.
Amid layoffs, eliminated bonuses, and hiring freezes, Wharton alumni and students evaluate prospects for careers in finance in a global downturn.
When he first arrived at Penn as a freshman in the fall of 1976, Marc Wolpow had no idea how the school would change his life’s direction.
A 'Kid From Queens' Becomes One of Wall Street's Best-Known Bulls