Seven alumni and two new Wharton initiatives lead the way in fintech and alternative investments.
A new Penn Wharton Entrepreneurship program gives juniors hands-on experience with the nation's emerging businesses.
The industry’s investors often are portrayed as greedy corporate raiders, but a new study argues the opposite may be true.
Ian Cooper, of Cooper Media Law debunks four common myths about litigation that are prevalent among venture capitalists.
From Wharton Leadership Ventures to lessons in the classroom, one alumnus reflects on how the skills he learned at Wharton have helped him throughout his career, particularly with his newest venture, Chronus.
Karin Klein makes the case for increased transparency about gender in venture capital.
The Wharton Social Impact Initiative interviews Karen Griffith Gryga, WG'93 on her accelerator, DreamIt Athena, women in the workplace, and her 60% rule.
For the Love of Games? James Madison, and Your Animal Brain.
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.
In the world of finance, the more investors know about an asset, the greater their competitive advantage. Data science has taken this relationship to new levels in private equity.
Permanent capital structures are an opportunity that eliminates many of private equity’s drawbacks for investors.
New Wharton research indicates that individuals’ investment decisions may outperform those of their venture capital firm. What's the power of gut feel?
A group of alumni apply research by Wharton professors Peter Fader and Eric Bradlow to bring data science to investing.
Two alumnae launch into rarefied air with their own female-led venture capital fund for startups healing heath care with digital technology.
The sharing economy has revolutionized startup funding through crowdfunding. But what type of startup funding is right for which startup?
Increasingly, biotech startups are turning to corporate venture capital and crowdfunding for funding. How do these alternative sources of money affect their outcomes though?