David Fajgenbaum is battling a little-known, extremely deadly disease as a researcher, a physician, an advocate, an entrepreneur and a patient.
Wharton hosts, and places, in a growing impact investing competition.
Wharton alumni share their stories of how their Wharton experiences have transformed their careers and their lives.
The co-founder of Tailwind weighs in on social marketing and how midsize markets will soon challenge established tech cities.
No longer just for finance grads, New York has become a hub for Wharton consumer and retail startups.
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Wharton's Atlantan Alumni
Success In the High-Tech Business Takes:
B) Great Ideas
C) Terrific Management
D) Attention to the Customer
E) All of the Above
Bernardo Vega, W'59; Beth Starr, W'87; Robert Bynum, W'80
Wharton Alumni weigh in on the Pacific Northwest
Wharton alumni weigh in on living and working in this sunny city.
How Robert Goergen, WG’62, turned a $25,000 hobby investment into a $300 million manufacturer of candles, fragrance products and candle accessories.
Iwao Tomita, WG'63; Suzanne Janes Peck, WG'66 and Beth Peck, WG'95; Steve Polsky, W'86