Wharton School of Business
“I was so humbled, to be honest,” says Wharton junior Aaron Goldstein after being named Entrepreneur magazine’s “College Entrepreneur of the Year” for his Fever Smart device.
In 1992, his survey found, 78 percent of respondents said they planned to have or adopt children. In 2012, that dropped to 42 percent.
Jonah Berger’s book ‘Contagion, Why Things Catch On’, is the outgrowth of a course he teaches and research he leads.
Israel and the Palestinians aren’t just fighting on the ground but the notorious staunch enemies have both taken to Twitter to present their sides of the conflict.
The economy seems stalled, and at least one expert thinks it will likely stay that way for a while.
Actress Beth Behrs of the new CBS sitcom “2 Broke Girls” got her first taste of Philadelphia this week at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School.
The stock market is taking a beating, but does a small investor need to worry? We talked to local economists about that question.
Yash Gupta, dean of Johns Hopkins University’s Carey Business School, suggests in The Chronicle of Higher Education, that the collapse of the economy, showing our ineffective and even destructive business methods, has created opportunity.