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Innovation in Philadelphia

Tue Nov 20 2018 (24:22)

with Francisco Garcia

Francisco Garcia, Philadelphia's Director of Business Development for Innovation & Technology, joins host Harbir Singhto discuss how he works to help innovation thrive in Philadelphia without becoming the next Silicon Valley on Mastering Innovation.

with Marc Ostrow and Michael Carroll

Music and politics don't always mix. Three well-known music stars - Pharrell,Rihanna and Guns & Roses’ Axl Rose -haveobjected to their songs recentlyused by President Trump inralliesahead of the midterm elections. A cease and desist order has been sent to The White House by Rihanna’s lawyer. Politicians often use popular music as a way to connect to the public, but do the campaigns have the right to use music without the consent ofartists and do the artists have anylegalrecourse? To dive into th ...

Addiction in the C-Suite

Mon Nov 19 2018 (29:43)

with Carolyn Connolly Liot

Carolyn Connolly Liot, Clinical Director at The Dunes East Hampton, joins hosts Peter Cappelli and guest host Greg Shea to discuss the topic of addiction, and it's apparent prevalence in the C-Suite on In the Workplace.

a Business Radio Special hosted by Wharton Prof Cade Massey

Business Radio Special: This hour, Cade Massey, Professor in the Operations, Information and Decisions Department at the Wharton School and host of Wharton Moneyball, speaks with leaders from the world of sports about both analytics and business strategies. In this hour, we speak with: Theo Feder, Quantitative Analyst for the New York Yankees; William Deng, Vice President of Media Strategy & Business Development at the National Football League; Debbie DiVito, SVP of Sports Finance at Citi; and W ...

a Business Radio Special hosted by Wharton Prof Eric Bradlow

Business Radio Special: Eric Bradlow, Professor of Marketing and Statistics at the Wharton School and host of Wharton Moneyball, speaks with leaders from the world of sports about both analytics and business strategies. In this hour, we speak with: Jeff Luhnow, General Manager and President of Baseball Operations for the Houston Astros; Stu Siegel, CEO of HockeyTech; Bruce Lefkowitz, Executive Vice President at Fox Networks; and Melanie LeGrande, Vice President of Social Responsibility at Major ...

with Wharton Asst Prof Stephanie Creary and Harley Shaiken

Google is changing itssexual harassment policiesa week after around20 thousand worldwideemployees staged a walkout. The mass protest followeda NewYorkTimesstorysayingformer senior executive, Andy Rubin, left the company with a $90 million exit packageafter harassment claims against him were found to be credible.Among the changes,Google'sCEO Sundar Pichai sent a letter out saying that arbitration in these instances would no longer be mandatory asthere would bemore transparency in how these compla ...

Robyn Denholm Succeeds Elon Musk

Thu Nov 15 2018 (24:36)

with Michael Cusamano and Timothy Hubbard

Tesla has named the replacement for Elon Musk: Robyn Denholm, who has been on the board since 2014, will be the new Chairman of the Board for the automotive and energycompany. Musk was forced to vacate thepositionin a settlement with theSecurities and Exchange CommissionfollowinghisAugust tweets about taking the company private. Under the deal, heisallowedto stay on asCEO. Host Dan Loney talks more about how this announcement will affect Tesla with Michael Cusamano, Distinguished Professor of Ma ...

a Business Radio Special with Loren Feldman

Business Radio Special: Host Loren Feldman is live at the EY Strategic Growth Forum 2018, and discussing origin stories with various Founders and CEOs in attendance at this prestigious, invite-only event. This hour we speak with: Debra Jasper and Betsy Hubbard, Co-Founders of Mindset Digital; Joelle Faulkner, Founder and President of Area One Farms; and Heather Payne, CEO of HackerYou College of Technology.

a Business Radio Special with Loren Feldman

Business Radio Special: Host Loren Feldman is live at the EY Strategic Growth Forum 2018, and discussing origin stories with various Founders and CEOs in attendance at this prestigious, invite-only event. This hour we speak with: Nick Friedman, Co-Founder and President of College Hunks Hauling Junk; Matt O'Hayer, Founder and CEO of Vital Farms; and Richard Graeter, President and CEO of Graeter's Ice Cream.

with Dr. Danny Lange

Dr. Danny Lange, VP of AI and Machine Learning at Unity Technologies, joins host Nicolaj Siggelkow to discuss how this popular gaming platform is using machine learning to further innovation in gaming on Mastering Innovation.

with Meredith Ochs

Meredith Ochs, award-winning broadcast journalist, author, musician, and photographer, joins host Laura Zarrow to discuss her new book "Rock-and-Roll Woman: the 50 Fiercest Female Rockers!" on Women@Work.Book - https://www.amazon.com/Rock-Roll-Woman-Fiercest-Rockers/dp/1454930624

with Kim Lankford

Host Kent Smetters talks with Kim Lankford, Contributing Editor at Kiplinger's Personal Finance, to discuss their recent report: 8 Changes to Watch Out for During Medicare Open Enrollment for 2019 on Your Money.

It Doesn't Have to Be Crazy at Work

Mon Nov 12 2018 (50:14)

with Jason Fried of Basecamp

Long hours, an excessive workload, and a lack of sleep have become a badge of honor for modern professionals. Work and Life host Stew Friedman talks with Jason Fried, Co-Founder and CEO of Basecamp, who argues that it really should be a mark of stupidity.Jason has just released his third business book called "It Doesn't Have to Be Crazy at Work" where he believes the answer to better profitability isn’t more hours—it’s less waste and fewer things that cause distraction and persistent stress. Boo ...

with Wharton Prof Pete Fader and Wharton's Sarah Toms

Business Radio Special: Special hosts Pete Fader, Frances and Pei-Yuan Chia Professor of Marketing at the Wharton School, and Sarah Toms, Executive Director and Co-Founder of Wharton Interactive, lead a discussion around their new book "The Customer Centricity Playbook" now available on Amazon or Wharton Digital Press. This hour they speak with Royce Cohen, Senior Manager of Business Development and Analytics for the LA Dodgers baseball team, featured in The Customer Centricity Playbook for his ...

with Wharton Prof Pete Fader and Wharton's Sarah Toms

Business Radio Special: Special hosts Pete Fader, Frances and Pei-Yuan Chia Professor of Marketing at the Wharton School, and Sarah Toms, Executive Director and Co-Founder of Wharton Interactive, lead a discussion around their new book "The Customer Centricity Playbook" now available on Amazon or Wharton Digital Press. This hour they speak with Dan McCarthy, Assistant Professor of Marketing at Emory University's Goizueta Business School and Co-founder of Theta Equity Partners, featured in The Cu ...

a Business Radio Special with Host Dan Loney

Business Radio Special: Host Dan Loney speaks with several guests from the 2018 Wharton India Economic Forum Philadelphia Conference. First, meet keynote speaker MARSHALL BOUTON, Director for theCenter for Advanced Study of India at the University of Pennsylvania. Knowledge@Wharton Executive Editor Mukul Pandya joins Dan Loney for an understanding of the contemporary Indian political economy and its strategic and diplomatic relationship to the United States. Then, KAVITA GUPTA, Founding Managing ...

a Business Radio Special with Host Dan Loney

Business Radio Special: Hosted by Dan Loney, we are broadcasting live from the second annual Forbes Small Giants Awards in NYC, a gathering of over 25 small business entrepreneurs celebrated their unique missions. First we meet ROBERT PASIN,CEO of Radio Flyer, Inc., the iconic, red wagon we all grew up with that has now branched into iconic red tricycles and more. Robert shares his story of growing up with and then managing his unique family business. Then,DAN KENARYhas seen the bubbles and flow ...

a Business Radio Special Broadcast with Loren Feldman and Host Dan Loney

Business Radio Special: Hosted by Dan Loney, we are broadcasting live from the second annual Forbes Small Giants Awards in NYC, a gathering of over 25 small business entrepreneurs celebrated their unique missions. We begin identifying what a “Small Giant” is with journalistand coordinator of the Forbes Small Giants Awards,LOREN FELDMAN, Editor in Chief of the Oxford Center for Entrepreneurs and host of “Mind Your Business” on SiriusXM 132.Then, we meet Austin, Texas-basedMATT O'HAYER,CEO and Fou ...

a Business Radio Special with James Carville, Michael Daniel, Jo Ling Kent, and Dan Primack

Business Radio Special: Hosted William Burke-White, Policy Advisor, Expert in International Law, and Deputy Dean and Director of Perry World House at the University of Pennsylvania, we explore the interplay of business and politics with a look at the upcoming midterm US elections (Nov 6, 2018). Part II of this special will explore Political and Campaign Strategy with James Carville, Chief Strategist of the Bill Clinton Campaign; Cybersecurity, Fraud, and Elections with Michael Daniel, President ...

a Business Radio Special with Karl Rove, Ken Vogel, Michelle Ye Hee Lee, and Charlie Dent

Business Radio Special: Hosted William Burke-White, Policy Advisor, Expert in International Law, and Deputy Dean and Director of Perry World House at the University of Pennsylvania, we explore the interplay of business and politics with a look at the upcoming midterm US elections (Nov 6, 2018). Part I of this special will explore The Business of Political Campaigns with Karl Rove, Former Deputy Chief of Staff and Senior Advisor to President George W. Bush; The Intersection of Money and Politics ...

Who is Trustworthy?

Mon Nov 05 2018 (24:51)

with Wharton Prof Maurice Schweitzer

Whom do you trust? Do you consider yourself trustworthy? Anew study published intheJournal of Personality and Social Psychologyexamines "Who is trustworthy? Predicting trustworthy intentions and behavior.” Host Dan Loney talks with Maurice Schweitzer, one of the report authors and Professor of Operations, Information and Decisions at the Wharton School, about how these two similar words are markedly different in meaning and the findings from this study on Knowledge@Wharton.

with Rebecca Waller of Penn's EDEN Lab

Being a parent is often abalancing act ofcomfortand discipline. According to a recent study lead by researches from the University of Pennsylvania, the University of Michigan, and Michigan State University, the environment parents created at home can have a lasting impact on theirkids, and if that home life is harsh it canlead toantisocial behavior in children. Host Dan Loney speaks with Rebecca Waller, Lead author of this study and Assistant Professor of Psychology at Penn, about the results of ...

Cyber-Security on Behind the Markets

Thu Nov 01 2018 (44:32)

with Patrick Cleary and Brandon Koepke

Patrick Cleary, Chief Operations Officer at Alpha Architect, and Brandon Koepke, Chief Technical Officer at Alpha Architect, joins host Wes Gray to discuss the importance of cyber security in the finance industry and what you need to be aware of to keep yourself safe on Behind the Markets.

The Future and Innovation of News Media

Wed Oct 31 2018 (52:07)

with the Washington Post and the New York Times

Host Christian Terwiesch dives into the future of the journalism and reporting industry with Jeremy Gilbert, Director of Strategic Initiatives at the Washington Post, and Matt Boggie, Former CTO of Axios and Executive Director of the New York Times R&D Lab, on Work of Tomorrow.

Live from SOCAP 2018! - Part II

Tue Oct 30 2018 (52:46)

Business Radio Special: Dollars and Change broadcasts live from SOCAP 2018 in San Francisco, a conference uniting 3,000 impact investors, world-class entrepreneurs, and innovative cross-sector practitioners who are dedicated to increasing the flow of capital toward social good. Hosts Katherine Klein and Sherryl Kuhlman are joined by: Theresa Duncan, Director of Philanthropic Engagement at Burning Man; William Towns, Executive Director at Benefit Chicago; and Paige Chapel, President and CEO of Ae ...

Live from SOCAP 2018! - Part I

Tue Oct 30 2018 (53:08)

with HBCUvc, Dalberg Advisors, Cambridge Associates, and Franklin Templeton

Business Radio Special: Dollars and Change broadcasts live from SOCAP 2018 in San Francisco, a conference uniting 3,000 impact investors, world-class entrepreneurs, and innovative cross-sector practitioners who are dedicated to increasing the flow of capital toward social good. Hosts Katherine Klein and Nick Ashburn are joined by: Hadiyah Mujhid, Founder and CEO of HBCUvc; Yana Kakar, Global Managing Partner at Dalberg Advisors; Tom Mitchell, Managing Director at Cambridge Associates; and John L ...

with Penn Prof Ioana Marinescu, Part of Penn Wharton B-School for Public Policy

Ioana Marinescu, Assistant Professor of Economics at the Penn School of Social Policy & Practice, joins host Dan Loney to discuss her recent B-School Seminar presented to congressional staffers that focuses on examining the challenges and economic implications of a Universal Basic Income program in the United States, drawing on new research from existing programs such as the Alaska Permanent Fund.This seminar is part of the Penn Wharton B-School for Public Policy, a new monthly series of faculty ...

with Wharton Prof Eric Clemons

The term “fake news” has been added to American lexicon courtesy of current President Trump. He has used it to dissuade Americans from believing many of the negative stories about him that have come out since the presidential election of 2016. Disinformation campaigns are nothing new as countries have been running them for decades in wars and battles. But we are now seeing increased targeted campaigns and stories without any factual basis. In this era of big data, these “fake news campaigns” are ...

with Shaun Francis

Shaun Francis, Chair and CEO of Medcan, joins host Stew Friedman to discuss his new book "Eat, Move, Think: The Path to a Healthier, Stronger, Happier You" highlighting the importance of our physical health for longevity, quality of life, and work performance on Work and Life.Check out the Work and Life Podcast, here!http://www.workandlifepodcast.com/

with Wharton Prof Sarah Light

Sarah Light, Assistant Professor of Legal Studies and Business Ethics at the Wharton School, joins hosts Nick Ashburn and Sherryl Kuhlman to discuss her latest research examining issues at the intersection of environmental law, corporate sustainability, and business innovation on Dollars and Change.

with Ken Kocienda

Ken Kocienda is a software engineer who worked at Apple for 15 years under the leadership of Steve Jobs. Ken joins host Harbir Singh on Mastering Innovation to discuss his new book, “Creative Selection: Inside Apple's Design Process During the Golden Age of Steve Jobs,” where he highlights his experiences at Apple working on the first versions of the Safari web browser, iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch.

with PwC's Mitch Roschelle

Mitch Roschelle, Partner and Business Development Leader at PwC and Co-Publisher of "Emerging Trends in Real Estate", joins host Sam Chandan to talk about the 2019 outlook from one of the most highly regarded annual industry outlook reports for the real estate and land use industry on The Real Estate Hour.

with Founder and CEO Shanna Tellerman

Shanna tellerman, Founder and CEO of Modsy and one of Silicon Valley Business Journal's Women of Influence, joins hosts Doug Collom and Irina Yeun to discuss the startup that helps users decorate their homes without spending a fortune on traditional interior designers on Bay Area Ventures.

Brexit Negotiations Update

Tue Oct 23 2018 (27:55)

with Brendan O'Leary and Deniel Kelemen

Last week, TheEuropean Union and Britain wrapped up a meeting concluding they need more time to develop their “Brexit” strategy, as the latestproblem is forminga customs borderbetweenNorthernIreland and the Republic of Ireland. They also discussed the issue of a ‘soft’ Brexit, where there would be a slow transition period perhaps of 21 months, versesa ‘hard’ exit. Prime Minister Teresa May seems to be in favor of the former but is getting pressure fromhard-line Brexiteers for the latter. Whateve ...

with Amal Clooney, Serena Williams, and More!

2018 PA Conference for Women: Ten thousand women gathered at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia earlier this month to share ideas, to learn from each other, and to be inspired to make a positive impact in their community. Host Laura Zarrow brings you some of the speeches and one-on-one interviews with the powerful, thoughtful women who took part. Speakers: Amal Clooney, Human Rights Lawyer at Doughty Street Chambers (UK); Amy Gallo, Contributing Editor to the Harvard Business Rev ...

Leading with Dignity

Mon Oct 22 2018 (51:35)

with Dr. Donna Hicks

Donna Hicks, PhD and Associate at the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs at Harvard University, joins host Laura Zarrow to discuss her career in resolving conflicts at an international level and her new book focusing on resolving workplace conflicts, "Leading with Dignity: How to Create a Culture That Brings Out the Best in People" on Women@Work.

The Weaponization of Social Media

Fri Oct 19 2018 (23:21)

with Peter Singer and Emerson Brooking

Facebook recently announced it's taking down over 800hundredU.S. based accounts and pages, in part forspreading false or misleading political information, which is happening just weeks beforethe Midterm elections.The use of fake social media accounts to push political messages isa dark tool not only used in this country but in various parts of the world. A new book, "LikeWar: The Weaponization of Social Media" shows the global influence of powerful sites like Facebook and Twitter. Host Dan Loney ...

Rebranding Your Business

Thu Oct 18 2018 (51:47)

with Neil Vogel

Neil Vogel, CEO of Dotdash (formerly About.com), joins host Loren Feldman to discuss what every business owner should consider before launching a company re-branding on Mind Your Business.

with Surya Kolluri of Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Surya Kolluri, Managing Director at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, joins hosts Nick Ashburn and Katherine Klein to discuss their new report on the financial implications of modern parenting on Dollars and Change.

Finding the Right Job Fit

Tue Oct 16 2018 (03:48)

with Sally Thornton

Business Radio Insights: What are the most important things we can look for in a job to ensure job satisfaction and a good work/life balance? Sally Thornton explains her top two suggestions to Work and Life host and Wharton Prof Stew Friedman in this clip. Sally Thornton is founder and CEO of Forshay, a company that focuses on how people can do their best work through executive recruiting, project-based work, and improving the system of work through increased diversity, inclusion, and belonging. ...

with COO Clarissa Shen

Clarissa Shen, Chief Operating Officer at Udacity, joins host Doug Collom to dive into work and culture at Udacity, an innovative online education provider that offers cutting-edge courses built in partnership with leading companies like Google, AT&T, and Facebook, on Bay Area Ventures.

Host Laura Zarrow speaks to Mandy Ginsberg, CEO of Match Group (which owns OkCupid, Match.com and Tinder, and others), Live at the 20th annual Wharton Women in Business Summit 2018. Mandy discusses how she's navigated her leadership career amidst "bro culture" and gender stereotypes on Women@Work.Wharton Women in Business (WWIB) is a professional organization that strives to expand career, leadership and networking opportunities for women studying at Wharton. Their annual conference brings toget ...

From Prison to Employment

Mon Oct 15 2018 (48:47)

with Cat Hoke

Cat Hoke, Founder of nonprofits Defy Ventures and Prison Entrepreneurship Program, joins host Dr. Dawn Graham to discuss her new book "A Second Chance: For You, for Me, and for the Rest of Us" and how people with convictions can move forward to find employment on Career Talk.

with Dune Thorne

Dune Thorne, Head of Client Experience at Brown Advisory and Founder of Invest in Girls, joins hosts Nick Ashburn and Sandi Hunt to discuss impact investing and advocating for financial literacy on Dollars and Change.

Innovation at Heineken USA

Fri Oct 12 2018 (31:59)

with Sr. Director of Innovation Jenna Behrer

Jenna Behrer, Senior Director of Innovation at Heineken USA, joins host Nicolaj Siggelkow to discuss innovation strategies behind the brand on Mastering Innovation.

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Christine Lagorio-Chafkin, Senior Writer at Inc. Magazine and award winning journalist who has covered culture, emerging technologies and entrepreneurship for the past 15 years, joins hosts Jeff Klein, Mike Useem, and Anne Greenhalgh to discuss her new book "We Are the Nerds: The Birth and Tumultuous Life of Reddit, The Internet’s Culture Laboratory," taking a deep look at the formation and history of Reddit on Leadership in Action.

with Kamila Chytil of MoneyGram and Michael Todasco of PayPal

Hosts and Wharton Professors Christian Terwiesch and Nicolaj Siggelkow take a deep dive into the world of digital payments and money transferring to look at how innovations have already shifted the landscape with Kamila Chytil, COO of MoneyGram, and Michael Todasco, Director of Innovation at PayPal, on Work of Tomorrow.

with Marshall Meyer, Matthew Bidwell, and Matthew Johnson

Amazon just announced they would raise the minimum wage for their employees to $15 an hour, after public criticism of the richest man in modern history employing workers earning an average of $28,000 a year. This increase more than doubles the national hourly wage at $7.25, which many people question if it even qualifies as working wage today, and affects about $350,000 people a year, including about a third of which are seasonal employees. Host Dan Loney talks with Marshall Meyer, Emeritus Prof ...

Women in Marketing Executive Roles

Wed Oct 10 2018 (26:11)

with Lynn Branigan, President and CEO of She Runs It

Lynn Branigan, President and CEO of She Runs It, joins host Wharton Prof Americus Reed to discuss her work with women in in marketing careers, and her panel at Advertising Week 2018 in NYC this week on Marketing Matters.She Runs It is formerly Advertising Women of New York (AWNY).

Pulitzer prize-winning investigative reporter for the Wall Street Journal

John Carreyrou, the Pulitzer prize-winning investigative reporter for the Wall Street Journal, joins host John Barkett on The Business of Health Care to discuss the rise and shocking collapse of the once-heralded blood-testing startup, Theranos. Carreyrou was the first to break the story and pursued it to the end. He chronicles the collapse of Theranos in his book called "BAD BLOOD: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup.”

with LinkedIn's Dan Shapero and Claire McTaggart of SquarePeg

Hosts Wharton Prof Peter Cappelli and Dan O'Meara dive into the world of HR Analytics on In the Workplace. They speak with Dan Shapero, Vice President of Talent Solutions, Careers, and Learning at LinkedIn about the rise of analytics in HR, then speak with Claire McTaggart, Founder and CEO of SquarePeg, about how those HR analytics are being used at SquarePeg to help match business professionals to jobs based on fit, not just resumes.

with Wharton's Dr. Dawn Graham and Wharton Prof Kent Smetters

Going through a career transition can be financially tricky and may require more planning than you think. Dr. Dawn Graham, Career Director for the Wharton Executive MBAs and author of the new book "Switchers: How Smart Professionals Change Careers and Seize Success," joins host Kent Smetters to discuss the financial aspects of switching careers on Your Money.

The Power of Change

Mon Oct 08 2018 (36:49)

with Beth Comstock, GE's Former CMO

Beth Comstock, GE's former Chief Marketing Officer and first female Vice-Chair, joins host Saikat Chaudhurito discuss her career in innovation, her current Director role at Nike, and her new book "Imagine It Forward: Courage, Creativity, and the Power of Change" on Mastering Innovation.Book - https://www.amazon.com/Imagine-Forward-Courage-Creativity-Change-ebook/dp/B078LJW4G4

Genetic Therapy with Spark Analytics

Fri Oct 05 2018 (27:53)

with Co-Founder and CEO Jeffrey Marrazzo

Jeffrey Marrazzo, Co-Founder and CEOof Spark Analytics, joins host Karl Ulrich to discuss how the fully integrated, commercial gene therapy company is dedicated to challenging the inevitability of genetic disease on Launch Pad.

with Julie Bort

Julie Bort, Chief Tech Correspondent at Business Insider, joins hosts Wharton Prof Peter Cappelli and Dan O'Meara to discuss her recent article "70-hour weeks and 'WTF' emails: 42 employees reveal the frenzy of working at Tesla under the 'cult' of Elon Musk" on In the Workplace.

Dollars and Change interviews attendees

Business Radio Special: Hosts Sandi Hunt and Sherryl Kuhlman broadcasts Live from the CEO Connection Mid-Market Convention 2018, where they discuss why social impact is an important part of their business across the mid-market sector. Interviewees: Terri Andrews, National Public Relations Director at RSM; Steven Lang, CEO of Dancker; Nancy Richardson, CEO of San Antonio Shoemakers; and Paul Saccone, CEO of Able Services.Mid-Market Convention Info -https://www.midmarketconvention.com/

Dollars and Change interviews attendees

Business Radio Special: Hosts Sandi Hunt and Sherryl Kuhlman broadcasts Live from the CEO Connection Mid-Market Convention 2018, where they discuss why social impact is an important part of their business across the mid-market sector. Interviewees: Mark S. Stewart, Partner and Chairman at Ballard Spahr; Gina Fyffe, Executive Director of Integra; Robert Barker, President of the Bob Barker Company; and Micalyn Harris, President and CEO of ELPRO with Reinhard Feix, CSO at ELPRO.Mid-Market Conventio ...

Instagram Co-Founders Step Down

Wed Oct 03 2018 (21:40)

with Wharton Prof Kevin Werbach and Jennifer Golbeck

Last week we learned that Instagram’s Co-Founders, Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger, are stepping down from the giant social media company. Facebook bought the platform in 2012 for $1 billion, but has recently made changes to the product. Host Dan Loney talks with Kevin Werbach, Professor of Legal Studies and Business Ethics at the Wharton School, and Jennifer Golbeck, Director of the Social Intelligence Lab and Professor of Information Systems at the University of Maryland, about what factors may ...

Hosts Catharine Hays and Jenny Rooney talk with Jean-Marc Pailhol, CMO at Allianz, and Chris Hummel, Senior Vice President and CMO at United Rentals, to find out more about their marketing and branding strategies on CMO Spotlight.Business Radio Monthly Special! CMO Spotlight is by CMOs, for CMOs - and everyone else who wants to know what today's Chief Marketing Officers are thinking and doing, including where they are investing their time, energy, and resources for the future.

with Denise Karkos, CMO of TD Ameritrade

Denise Karkos, CMO of TD Ameritrade, joins host Dave Reibstein and guest host Suneal Bedi to discuss marketing strategies within the financial industry and how TD Ameritrade looks at metrics and analytics on Measured Thoughts.

The Fed Raises Interest Rates

Tue Oct 02 2018 (29:34)

with Wharton Prof Peter Conti-Brown and Sebastian Mallaby

Last week, the Federal Reserve raised interest rates by a quarter point citing a"strong" economy, its eighth increase since 2015. Fed Chair Jay Powell hinted at one more rate increase this year and at least three more in 2019. Host Dan Loney talks with Peter Conti-Brown, Assistant Professor of Legal Studies and Business Ethics at the Wharton School, and Sebastian Mallaby, Senior Fellow for International Economics at the Council on Foreign Relationsand Author of the book The Man Who Knew: The Lif ...

James Bullard, President and CEO of the St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank, joins hosts Jeremy Schwartz and Wharton Professor Jeremy Siegel to discuss US monetary policy, interest rate hikes, and the recent Fed announcements on Behind the Markets.

The Future of the Health Care Industry

Tue Oct 02 2018 (53:23)

with US Acute Care Solutions and CVS MinuteClinic

Host Christian Terwiesch discusses the future of innovations in US health care and how we receive that care with Dr. Jesse Pines, National Director of Clinical Innovation at US Acute Care Solutions, and Sharon Vitti, SVP and Executive Director at CVS MinuteClinic on Work of Tomorrow.

Preparing for 2018 Tax Season

Mon Oct 01 2018 (19:22)

with CPA John Vento

John Vento, CPA and President of Comprehensive Wealth Management, joins host Kent Smetters to discuss the latest tax law changes, what they mean for you, and what you need to be doing now in preparation for the 2018 tax season on Your Money.

former NFL Fullback/Tight End

Hosts Peter Cappelli and Dan O'Meara find out what it's like to go to work as an NFL player with Erik Lorig, current Wharton MBA student and former NFL Fullback/Tight End for the New Orleans Saints and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, on In the Workplace.

with Suzanne Grant Lewis and Dan Wagner

In low and middle incomecountries, poorer and marginalized people often findthemselves excluded from programs aimed atraisingeducation levels. The U.S. provides aid tocountriesin a wide range of areas, but only 4% of that money involves education initiatives, which may disappear if the Trumpadministration goes throughwithproposed foreign aid spending cuts. TheUnitedNationsEducational, Scientific andCultural Organization, or UNESCO, is looking at differentways to tackle educational inequalities. ...

with Kelly Palmer of Degreed

Kelly Palmer, Chief Learning Officer of Degreed, joins hosts Anne Greenhalgh and Mike Useem to discuss her mission to change the way the world learns as well as her new book "The Expertise Economy: How the Smartest Companies Use Learning to Engage, Compete, and Succeed" on Leadership in Action.

Jack Ma Leaving Alibaba

Wed Sep 26 2018 (22:54)

with Wharton Prof David Hsu and Orville Schell

Alibaba'sChairman,Jack Ma, announced last week that he was stepping down as head of Chinese e-commerce giant. His successor will be Daniel Zhang, whois credited with the development of “Singles Day”, the largest 1-day retail shopping event in the world.Host Dan Loney talks with David Hsu, Professor of Management at the Wharton School, and Orville Schell, Director of the Asia Society’s Center on US-China Relations, to discuss the implications of this changing of the guard on Knowledge@Wharton.

with Carla Minet and Charles Venator-Santiago

One year ago today, Hurricane Maria slammed into Puerto Rico causing massdevastation. Much of the island was left without power for months,almost3000 people died fromthestorm and its aftereffects, and thousands ofPuerto Ricansmoved to the US mainland and haven't gone back. Knowledge@Wharton host Dan Loney discusses the state of theisland now withCarla Minet,Executive Director of the Center for Investigative Journalism in Puerto Rico, and Charles Venator-Santiago, Associate Professor with a joint ...

with Co-Founder and CEO Sara Schaer

Sara Schaer, Co-Founder & CEO of Kango, joins hosts Doug Collom and Irina Yuen to discuss her trustworthy ridesharing app for kids and busy parents on Bay Area Ventures.

Parent Company of Google

John Hennessy, Chairman of Alphabet's Board of Directors and Former Stanford University President, joins hosts Mike Useem and Anne Greenhalgh to discuss his career in leadership and his new book, "Leading Matters: Lessons from My Journey," on Leadership in Action.Book - https://www.amazon.com/Leading-Matters-Lessons-My-Journey/dp/1503608018

Host Laura Zarrow talks with Tina Tchen, Partner at Buckley Sandler LLP and former Chief of Staff to First Lady Michelle Obama, Assistant to President Obama, and Executive Director of the White House Council on Women and Girls, on her 30 year career in public service on Women@Work.

10 Years Post Financial Crisis and More

Hosts Jeremy Schwartz and Wharton Prof Jeremy Siegel are LIVE from the 2018 Jacobs Levy Conference in NYC, talking with Nobel Prize winning Economist Robert Shiller, and Robin Greenwood, the George Gund Professor of Finance and Banking at Harvard Business School, about the current market landscape and the changes in the 10 years post-financial crisis on Behind the Markets.

a Knowledge@Wharton Special on Business Radio

Business Radio Special: The Great Recession:What's Changed in 10 years Part 2About one in five workers in the U.S, lost their job in the beginning of the Great Recession and many of them never recovered. What has happened to the millions of people who settled for work below the level in which they were qualified, for less pay? With an improved unemployment number todayat 4%, compared to the height of the recession when the unemployment rate peaked at 10 %, the wages are not catching up with the ...

a Knowledge@Wharton Special on Business Radio

Business Radio Special: The Great Recession:What's Changed in 10 years Part 1On September 15, 2008,Lehman Brothers declared bankruptcy which sent the stock market tumbling.The problems thatstarted in the USsoon spread toEurope.Several Europeannations, including Greece, Italy,Portugaland Spain, faced austerity to deal with their debt, andstill faceissuestoday.Wharton Finance Professor,JOAO GOMES,andERIK JONES,Director of European and Eurasian Studies,Johns Hopkins UniversitySchool of Advanced Int ...

with Jennifer Fitzpatrick

Jennifer Fitzpatrick, Gerontologist and Instructor at Johns Hopkins University, joins host Ken Smetters to discuss everything you need to know, consider, and plan for when making the transition into assisted living for yourself or a loved one on Your Money.

with Dr. Holly Prigerson, Dr. Connie Ulrich, and Dr. Philip Pizzo

Host Jeff Voigt leads an expert panel discussion on the current dynamics surrounding end of life care in the US - is there such a thing as a good death? on The Business of Health Care. Expert Panelists include: Dr. Holly Prigerson, Irving Sherwood Wright Professor of Geriatrics at Weill Cornell Medicine (WCM) and Director of the Cornell Center for Research on End-of-Life Care; Dr. Connie Ulrich, Lillian S. Brunner Chair, Professor of Nursing, and Professor of Bioethics at the University of Penns ...

The World of White Collar Crime

Tue Sep 18 2018 (23:20)

with Jesse Eisinger

Jesse Eisinger, Senior Reporter at ProPublicaand Author of "The Chickenshit Club: Why the Justice Department Fails to Prosecute Executives," joins hosts Peter Cappelli and Iwan Barankay to discuss the world of White Collar Crime and whether or not the US has been cracking down on punishment of these crimes on In the Workplace.Book - https://www.amazon.com/Chickenshit-Club-Department-Prosecute-Executives/dp/1501121367

Senior Analytics Specialist at ESPN

Brian Burke, Senior Analytics Specialist at ESPN, joins hosts Cade Massey, Eric Bradlow, and Shane Jensen to discuss the outlook for NFL's 2018 season on Wharton Moneyball.

with Katica Roy

Katica Roy, CEO and Founder of Pipeline, joins host Laura Zarrow to discuss how her technology company uses artificial intelligence to assess, address, and take action against gender bias in companies and helps them improve their bottom line on Women@Work.

Digital Innovation at Hershey

Fri Sep 14 2018 (20:41)

with Chief Digital Commerce Officer Doug Straton

Doug Straton, Chief Digital Commerce Officer at Hershey, joins host Nicolaj Siggelkow to discuss digital innovation within a 120-year old established global brand on Mastering Innovation. The Hershey Company is "among the most respected companies inthe world,bringing snacks, community growth, and human opportunity to all cornersofthe globe."

with Wharton Prof Jeremy Siegel and Philadelphia Fed's Leonard Nakamura

Hosts Jeremy Schwartz and Wharton Prof Jeremy Siegel lead a discussion with Leonard Nakamura, Vice President and Economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. After a quick market recap, they'll examine the intricate debate over how GDP is measured and whether we need a new way to chart U.S. economic growth and predict the future on Behind the Markets.

How Good People Fight Bias

Thu Sep 13 2018 (22:21)

with Dolly Chugh and Wharton Prof Katherine Milkman

While many of us believe consider ourselves to be supportive of equality, diversity and inclusion, we might not be really examining our own unconscious biases. Host Dan Loney and guest co-host Wharton Professor Katherine Milkman talk to Dolly Chugh, Professor at the NYU Stern School of Business, about her new book, “The Person You Mean To Be: How Good People Fight Bias,” which addresses this issue of unconscious bias and offers strategies for overcoming these ideas to become even better people o ...

with Diana Drake and Allyson Vaughn

It’s “Back To school time,” which means high school and college students will be settling in to new curriculae and learning new subjects. Did you know Knowledge@Wharton has an online resource for students and teachers alike to help prepare students for success? You can find it all on the Knowledge@Wharton High School website (KWHS). Host Dan Loney talks with Diana Drake, Managing Editor of KWHS, and Allyson Vaughn, KWHS's Global Young Leaders Academy Coordinator, to discuss the engaging KWHS sum ...

Update on the US Opioid Crisis

Wed Sep 12 2018 (24:49)

with Dr. Evan Anderson and Dr. Anita Gupta

Deaths from drug overdoses have now surpassed those fromcar crashes or guns in the United States, according to a recentreport fromthe Centers for Disease Control (CDC). To understand this complicated crisis, Host Dan Loney speaks with Dr. Evan Anderson, Senior Fellow at the University Of Pennsylvania’s Center for Public Health Initiatives and Senior Lecturer at the Penn School of Nursing, and Dr. Anita Gupta, Scholar at Georgetown University School of Medicine in Clinical Bioethics and former ad ...

with Hip Hop Prof Americus Reed, Ken Wisnefski and John Rothschild

Wharton's Hip Hop Prof Americus Reed leads a discussion with Ken Wisnefski, Founder and CEO of WebiMax, and John Rothschild, Author of "Football Betting Made Easy," about Nike's decision to make Colin Kaepernick the face of their 30th anniversary of their Just Do It Campaign and how it has been playing out as a marketing strategy for the brand powerhouse on Marketing Matters.

with Morey Stettner

Morey Stettner, Reporter at MarketWatch, joins hosts Peter Cappelli and Iwan Barankay to discuss tips on how you can outlast a job you hate until retirement on In the Workplace.

with Peter Adams

Peter Adams, Reporter at the online trade journal, Marketing Dive, joins host Barbara Kahn and guest host Keith Niedermeier to discuss how marketers are breaking with the traditional notions of masculinity such as the Marlboro Man on Marketing Matters.

with Randi Zuckerberg

Randi Zuckerberg, Founder and CEO of Zuckerberg Media and New York Times bestselling author, joins host Laura Zarrow on Women@Work to discuss her new book "Pick Three: You Can Have It All (Just Not Every Day)" about how we can put our ambitious lifestyle into perspective in an increasingly demanding world, and how we can achieve more if we're willing to be a little flexible.Book - https://www.amazon.com/Pick-Three-Have-Just-Every/dp/B079YBF8SF

VP of Brand Strategy and Content at West Elm; Chief Brand Officer at Aflac

Hosts Catharine Hays and Jenny Rooney talk with Peter Weingard, VP of Brand Strategy and Content at West Elm, and Catherine Hernandez-Blades, Senior Vice President and Chief Brand Officer at Aflac, to find out more about their marketing and branding strategies on CMO Spotlight.Business Radio Monthly Special! CMO Spotlight is by CMOs, for CMOs - and everyone else who wants to know what today's Chief Marketing Officers are thinking and doing, including where they are investing their time, energy, ...

Mack Brown, Football Commentator for ESPN and former National Championship winning coach at Texas, joins hosts Cade Massey, Adi Wyner, and guest host Ty Hildenbrandt, to discuss his outlook for the 2018 NCAA Football season on Wharton Moneyball.

with Bob Goldberg and Jeremy Wacksman

Host Christian Terwiesch discusses current innovations and the potential future landscape in the Real Estate industry with Bob Goldberg, CEO of the National Association of Realtors, and Jeremy Wacksman, President of Zillow, on Work of Tomorrow.

2018 Job Satisfaction Report

Thu Sep 06 2018 (30:40)

with The Conference Board's Rebecca Ray

Rebecca Ray, Executive Vice President of the Knowledge Organization at The Conference Board, joins hosts Peter Cappelli and Iwan Barankey to discuss the results of the recent Job Satisfaction Survey conducted in 2017 across the US on In the Workplace.

with CIO Corey Hoffstein

Corey Hoffstein, Co-Founder and CIO of Newfound Research, joins host Jeremy Schwartz to discuss risk management, portfolios, 60/40 investments, and more on Behind the Markets.

wtih Kerwin Koni Charles

Kerwin Koni Charles, Edwin A. and Betty L. Bergman Distinguished Service Professor at the University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy, joins hosts Peter Cappelli and Iwan Barankay to discuss his research on gender discrimination in the labor market as outlined in his recent paper, "The Effects of Sexism on American Women: The Role of Norms vs. Discrimination" on In the Workplace.

with Anthony Klotz

Anthony Klotz, Associate Professor of Management at Oregon State University, joins hosts Peter Cappelli and Dan O'Meara to discuss the politics and potential affects of kissing up at work on In the Workplace.

Blockchain and The Film Industry

Fri Aug 31 2018 (51:43)

with Kim Jackson of SingularDTV

Kim Jackson, Co-Founder and President of Entertainment at SingularDTV, joins host Laura Zarrow to discuss how she’s making a name for herself in the blockchain space by combining this cutting-edge technology with her passion for filmmaking on Women@Work.

with Alina Sorescu

Alina Sorescu, Professor of Marketing at Texas A&M, joins host and Wharton Prof Americus Reed to discuss her brand infringement research outlined in recently published paper "Hands Off My Brand! The Financial Consequences of Protecting Brands Through Trademark Infringement Lawsuits" on Marketing Matters.

with Dr. Roberta Kraus

Dr. Roberta Kraus, President of the Center for Sports Psychology in Colorado, joins host Anne Greenhalgh to discuss the leadership value in team sports, and how we can maximize the effectiveness of our feedback for young athletes on Leadership in Action.

with COO Terry Doyle

Terry Doyle, Chief Operating Officer of EZ Robot, joins host Rob Coneybeer to discuss EZ Robot, the innovative platform to build your dream robots for your home, classroom, or industry prototype. Terry will also speak about his time as Co-Chair of the C100, a non-profit organization comprised of high profile Canadian expat technology entrepreneurs, executives, and investors living and working in Silicon Valley on Launch Pad.

How to Ask for Help in Your Job

Mon Aug 27 2018 (51:45)

with Dr. Heidi Grant

Dr. Heidi Grant, Global Director of Research and Development at the Neuroleadership Institute and Associate Director of the Motivation Science Center at Columbia University, joins host Laura Zarrow to discuss her new book, "Reinforcements: How to Get People to Help You" and how we can apply these tactics in the workplace on Women@Work.

with Chris Librie, Head of Global Impact & Giving at eBay

Chris Librie, Head of Global Impact & Giving at eBay, joins hosts Sherryl Kuhlman and Sandi Hunt to discuss some of eBay's initiatives to help build sustainable communities like Retail Revival, eBay for Charity, and more on Dollars and Change.

with Syed Hussain, Chief Commercial Officer for BANKEX

Syed Hussain, Chief Commercial Officer for BANKEX, joins hosts and Wharton Profs Anne Greenhalgh and Mike Useem to explain blockchain technology and talk about why this space is attracting so much interest on Leadership in Action.

with Brandon Taubman, Senior Director of Baseball Operations and Analytics for the Houston Astros

Brandon Taubman, Senior Director of Baseball Operations and Analytics for the Houston Astros, joins hosts and Wharton Profs Cade Massey, Shane Jensen, and Adi Wyner to discuss baseball analytics initiatives affecting various areas of the Astros organization, including scouting and player development on Wharton Moneyball.

Why We All Need More Sleep

Thu Aug 23 2018 (41:29)

with Dr. Nancy Rothstein

Dr. Nancy Rothstein, Director of Corporate Sleep Programs at CIRCADIAN, joins host Stew Friedman to discuss what the unintended consequences are of getting enough sleep and strategies you can employ to improve your sleep patterns on Work and Life.

The Impact of Politics on Investors

Wed Aug 22 2018 (23:17)

with Greg Valliere of Horizon Investments

Greg Valliere, Chief Global Strategist at Horizon Investments, joins host Jeremy Schwartz to discuss how events in Washington, from policy to politics, might affect your investments on Behind the Markets.

with Andy Price, Founder at Artisanal Talent Group

Andy Price, Founder at Artisanal Talent Group, joins host Rob Coneybeer to discuss his career in the executive search industry and how his high-touch executive search firm helps portfolio companies address their senior strategic executive and Board hiring needs on Launch Pad.

How to Spend Less, and Innovate More

Tue Aug 21 2018 (27:47)

with Steve Wunker of New Markets Advisors

Steve Wunker, Managing Director of New Markets Advisors, joins host Harbir Singh to discuss his new book "COSTOVATION: Innovation that Gives Your Customers Exactly What They Want—and Nothing More" where he explains how companies can still innovate without breaking the budget on Mastering Innovation.

with Wharton Prof Mike Useem

Host Mike Useem talks with Brandon Webb, CEO of Hurricane Group, Inc. and Retired US Navy Chief and SEAL, about his book "Mastering Fear: A Navy SEAL's Guide" and how everyone can harness fear to become their ally on Leadership in Action.

with Matt Sigelman

Matt Sigelman, CEO of Burning Glass Technologies, joins hosts Prof Peter Cappelli and guest host Prof Greg Shea to discuss Burning Glass Technologies' recent report "The Permanent Detour: Underemployment’s Long-Term Effects on the Careers of College Grads" on In the Workplace.

with CEO Alaina Percival

Host Laura Zarrow talks with Alaina Percival, the CEO of Women Who Code, a global nonprofit dedicated to inspiring women to excel in technology careers offering more than 1,500 free technical and leadership events per year on Women@Work.

Behind the IHOb Marketing Campaign

Wed Aug 15 2018 (33:20)

with IHOP CMO Brad Haley

Brad Haley, CMO of IHOP, joins host Prof David Reibstein to discuss the decision making behind IHOP's recent temporary brand change to IHOb and whether they judge the strategy as a success on Measured Thoughts.

Community Impact with JPMorgan Chase

Wed Aug 15 2018 (31:37)

with Janis Bowdler

Janis Bowdler, President at JPMorgan Chase Foundation, joins hosts Nick Ashburn and Sherryl Kuhlman to discuss the Foundation's recent commitment to invest $1.75B over the next five years to strengthen workforce systems, revitalize neighborhoods, grow small businesses, and improve the financial health of individuals across the United States and all over the world on Dollars and Change.

with Nancy King

Dr. Nancy King, President of Senior Options, LLC, joins host Dr. Dawn Graham to discuss her new book "Fired: How to Manage Your Career in the Age of Job Uncertainty" and share what she's learned after traveling the US interviewing people who have been let go on Career Talk.Book here: https://www.amazon.com/Fired-manage-your-career-uncertainty/dp/1978407130

with Alex Salkever and Vivek Wadhwa

Alex Salkever, Technology Expert and former Technology Editor at BusinessWeek, and Vivek Wadhwa, Distinguished Fellow at Harvard Law School’s Labor and Worklife Program and Professor at Carnegie Mellon University's College of Engineering, join host Rob Coneybeer to discuss their new book "Your Happiness Was Hacked: Why Tech Is Winning The Battle To Control Your Brain - And How To Fight Back" on Launch Pad.

on Wharton Moneyball

Hosts and Wharton Profs Cade Massey and Eric Bradlow discuss how John worked the odds and beat our over 7,500 other players to win $8.8 Million US dollars on Wharton Moneyball.

Straight Talk for Startups

Thu Aug 09 2018 (51:15)

with Randy Komisar

Randy Komisar, Veteran Venture Capitalist, joins host Doug Collom to discuss tips and tricks from his book "Straight Talk for Startups: 100 Insider Rules for Beating the Odds-From Mastering the Fundamentals to Selecting Investors, Fundraising, Managing Boards, and Achieving Liquidity"on Bay Area Ventures.

PwC's Q2 2018 Real Estate Report

Wed Aug 08 2018 (49:49)

with Tim Bodner and Byron Carlock

PwC's Tim Bodner, US Real Estate Deals Leader, and Byron Carlock, Real Estate Practice Leader, join host Bob Lane to discuss the results of PwC's recently released Real Estate Deals Insights: Q2 2018 on The Real Estate Hour.

with Sarah Light, Part of Penn Wharton B-School for Public Policy

Sarah Light, Assistant Professor of Legal Studies and Business Ethics at the Wharton School, joins host Dan Loney to discuss her recent B-School Seminar presented to congressional staffers that focuses on examining the challenges facing regulators and legislators when new disruptive forms of business and technology require regulations that promote innovation while also protecting the public interest.This seminar is part of the Penn Wharton B-School for Public Policy, a new monthly series of facu ...

with Todd Sensing and Wharton Prof Kent Smetters

Todd Sensing, Founder of FamilyVest, joins host Wharton Prof Kent Smetters to discuss the unique considerations when financial planning for those with special needs children on Your Money.

Social Media Influencer Marketing

Fri Aug 03 2018 (50:09)

with Richard Wong and Danielle Bernstein

Hosts and Wharton Profs Barbara Kahn and Americus Reed talk with Richard Wong, VP of Marketing & Creator Relations of #pad, and Danielle Bernstein, Fashion Blogger (We Wore What) and Social Media Influencer, to examine the complex world of social media influencer marketing and how brands are connecting with influencers more than ever on Marketing Matters.

PepsiCo & Sustainability

Thu Aug 02 2018 (34:37)

with Mehmood Kahn

Mehmood Khan, Vice Chairman and Chief Scientific Officer at PepsiCo, joins hosts Nick Ashburn and Sandi Hunt to discuss the sustainability initiatives he oversees with PepsiCo Global Performance with Purpose, inspired by the fundamental belief that business success is inextricably linked to the sustainability of the world we share on Dollars and Change.

ACA Update

Wed Aug 01 2018 (52:19)

with Panel of Health Care Experts

Host Mitch Goldman talks with a panel of experts about the current state of the ACA legislation and what changes might affect the upcoming enrollment period on The Business of Health Care. Expert Panelists include: Robert Field, Professor of Health Management and Policy at Drexel's Dornsife School of Public Health, Lecturer of Health Care Management at the Wharton School, and Senior Fellow at Penn's Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics; Katie Keith, Professor at Georgetown Law, Appointed ...

with Jeff Brooks and Peter Giorgi

Hosts Catharine Hays and Jenny Rooney talk with Jeff Brooks, CMO of Casper, and Peter Giorgi, CMO Celebrity Cruises, to find out more about the driving concepts of Personalization and Experiences within the marketing sphere on CMO Spotlight.Business Radio Monthly Special! CMO Spotlight is by CMOs, for CMOs - and everyone else who wants to know what today's Chief Marketing Officers are thinking and doing, including where they are investing their time, energy, and resources for the future.

Marijuana in the Workplace

Tue Jul 31 2018 (46:11)

with Michelle Lee Flores

Michelle Lee Flores, Partner, Labor and Employment, at Akerman LLP, joins hosts Peter Cappelli and Dan O'Meara to discuss the shifting landscape of legalizing marijuana in the US and how employers are dealing with these changes at a state level on In the Workplace.

also with Jack Vogel and Wharton Prof Jeremy Siegel

Host Wesley Gray talks with Jack Vogel, CIO and CFO of Alpha Architect, and Liqian Ren, Ph.D., Portfolio Manager in the Vanguard Quantitative Equity Group, about factor funds and strategies on Behind the Markets. Wharton Professor Jeremy Siegel also gives his take on the recent market activity from last week.

How to Negotiate Your Salary

Mon Jul 30 2018 (21:18)

with Susannah Snider

Susannah Snider, Personal Finance Editor at U.S. News, joins host Kent Smetters to discuss how to best negotiate your salary during the interview process or within your existing position on Your Money.

with Kat Cole

Host Jeff Klein and Anne Greenhalgh guide us through a presentation from the recent Wharton Leadership Conference, "A Journey from Hooters Waitress to Top Executive" with Kat Cole, Chief Operating Officer and President at FOCUS Brands, North America, on Leadership in Action. Kat discusses her career journey and her leadership style of "leading by influence" in this special episode.

Boeing Partners with Embraer

Fri Jul 20 2018 (23:41)

with Roger Clark and Karl Moore

Boeing is partnering with Brazilian company Embraer in a $4.75 billion deal.Host Dan Loney speaks to Roger Clark, Founding Member and Managing Partner of The Clark Law Group and a visiting Professor of Law at Rutgers Law School-Camden, and Karl Moore, Professor of Management at McGill University's Desautels Faculty of Management, about the details of the deal and why Boeing is looking to expand into jetliners on Knowledge@Wharton.

A Look at the Current Housing Market

Fri Jul 20 2018 (27:05)

with Aaron Terrazas of Zillow

Aaron Terrazas, Senior Economist at Zillow, joins host Sam Chandan to discuss what trends he's currently seeing in the housing markets on The Real Estate Hour.

Surviving in the Gig Economy

Thu Jul 19 2018 (51:36)

with Susan Ashford

Susan Ashford, Michael and Susan Jandernoa Professor of Management and Organization and Chair of the Management and Organizations Group at the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan, joins host Stew Friedman to discuss how to thrive in a gig economy, and how to implement good leadership skills on Work and Life.

VW in Rwanda

Thu Jul 19 2018 (32:09)

with Thomas Schaefer

Thomas Schaefer, Chairman & Managing Director of the Volkswagen Group South Africa, joins hosts Katherine Klein and Nick Ashburn to discuss the new VW plant opening in Rwanda and how it is projected to impact the local economy on Dollars and Change.

with Wharton Prof Eric Orts and Waheed Hussain

Eric Orts, Professor of Legal Studies and Business Ethics at the Wharton School, and Waheed Hussain, Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of Toronto, join host Dan Loney to discuss the rising backlash against the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency (ICE) where prominent companies such as McKinsey & Company are terminating service agreements in an effort to cut all affiliations with ICE on Knowledge@Wharton.

with Wharton Prof Mike Useem and Andy Eavis

Mike Useem, Professor of Management and Director of the Center for Leadership and Change Management at the Wharton School and co-host of Leadership in Action, and Andy Eavis, President of the International Union of Speleology and World Caving Authority, joins host Dan Loney to discuss the leadership strategies required for implementing the recent harrowing rescue mission of the youth soccer team trapped half a mile underground in Thailand on Knowledge@Wharton.

with Kelly Martin

Host Jeff Klein and Anne Greenhalgh guide us through a presentation from the recent Wharton Leadership Conference, "How Speaking Up Can Be a Turning Point for Culture Change" with Kelly Martin on Leadership in Action. Kelly is Chief of Fire and Aviation Management at Yosemite National Park and testified before Congress about sexual harassment that she experienced in her years with the National Park Service.

An Overview on Current Trade Markets

Tue Jul 17 2018 (18:45)

with Marc Chandler

Marc Chandler, Global Head of Currency Strategy at Brown Brothers Harriman, joins host Jeremy Schwartz to discuss the current US trade markets and recent developments across the globe on Behind the Markets.

with Nick Drake of T-Mobile USA and Rick Gomez of Target

Hosts Catharine Hays and Jenny Rooney talk with Nick Drake, Executive Vice President Marketing & Experience at T-Mobile USA, and Rick Gomez, CMO of Target, about their key takeaways from the recent Cannes Lions Festival in France on CMO Spotlight.Business Radio Monthly Special! CMO Spotlight is by CMOs, for CMOs - and everyone else who wants to know what today’s Chief Marketing Officers are thinking and doing, including where they are investing their time, energy, and resources for the future.

Negotiating with a Bully

Mon Jul 16 2018 (50:36)

with Greg Williams

Greg Williams, The Master Negotiator & Body Language Expert, joins host Dr. Dawn Graham to discuss what to do when you're faced with a bully in a job negotiation and other negotiating tips on Career Talk.

with Joshua March

Joshua March, Founder and CEO of Conversocial, joins host Americus Reed to discuss his new book "Message Me," about the future of customer service in this world of social media messaging and AI on Marketing Matters.

The Decline of US Corporate Investment

Fri Jul 13 2018 (26:14)

with Joao Gomes, Part of Penn Wharton B-School for Public Policy

What happened to domestic corporate investment after the financial crisis of 2008? Joao F. Gomes, Howard Butcher III Professor of Finance atthe Wharton School, joins host Dan Loney to discuss his recent B-School Seminar presented to congressional staffers that examines the decade-long weak recovery, influencing the lackluster investment of U.S. corporations into its economy and its potential effects on little infrastructure spending.This seminar is part of the Penn Wharton B-School for Public Po ...

with Allen Gannett of Track Maven

Allen Gannett, Founder and CEO of Track Maven, joins host Americus Reed to discuss his new book "The Creative Curve" which overturns what we’ve learned about creative genius and reveals the science behind successful innovation and creativity on Marketing Matters.

Social Impact at The Hershey Company

Thu Jul 12 2018 (23:13)

with Jeff King

Jeff King, Senior Director of Sustainability, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Social Innovation at The Hershey Company, joins hosts Sherryl Kuhlman and Sandi Hunt to discuss Hershey’s sustainability and farmer livelihoods programming, philanthropic giving and community programs, and Hershey’s commitment to childhood nutrition programs and expanding economic development in under-served communities on Dollars and Change.

with Dr. Dawn Graham and Nick Corcodilos

Dr. Dawn Graham, Director of Career Management for the Wharton Executive MBA Program and host of Career Talk, has published a new book, "Switchers: How Smart Professionals Change Careers - and Seize Success" which is now available for purchase. On this special episode of Career Talk, Nick Corcodilos, Host of Ask the Headhunter, interviews Dr. Dawn Graham about the key takeaways readers can expect from her book.Book - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0789Y665J/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr ...

with Guadalupe Correa-Cabrera and Christopher Sands

Mexico has elected apopulist and leftistpresident,Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador. Host Dan Loney talks with Guadalupe Correa-Cabrera, Professor at George Mason University Schar School of Policy and a Global Fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars Government, and Christopher Sands, Senior Research Professor and Director ofJohns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS)Center for Canadian Studies, to discuss the potential changes for the country he may ...

California Bans Future Soda Taxes

Tue Jul 10 2018 (21:11)

with Jason Riis, Karen Glanz, and Christina Roberto

The state of California has banned localities from enacting anymore soda taxes until 2031.Host Dan Loney talks with Jason Riis, Senior Research Fellow at Wharton, Karen Glanz, Epidemiology Professor at Penn's Perelman School of Medicine, and Christina Roberto, Professor of Medical Ethics & Health Policy at Penn's Perelman School of Medicine, to discuss the motivations behind this new ruling and whether or not other states may follow suit on Knowledge@Wharton.

Examining the Disney/Fox Merger Deal

Tue Jul 10 2018 (26:10)

with Herbert Hovenkamp and Hemant Bhargava

Disney's $71.3 billion proposedmerger with 20th Century Fox recently got approval from the Justice Department, with a few stipulations.Host Dan Loney talks with Herbert Hovenkamp, Penn Law Professor, and Hemant Bhargava, Professor of Technology at UC Davis, to discuss the aspects of the deal and how Disney seems to have struggled less than the recent ATT-Time Warner merger on Knowledge@Wharton.

Leadership in the Operating Room

Mon Jul 09 2018 (48:12)

with Dr. Marlene DeMaio

Dr. Marlene DeMaio, Chief of Orthopedic and Spine Services at the Corporal Michael J. Crescenz VA Medical Center (CMCVAMC) and Clinical Professor in the Department of Orthopaedics at the University of Pennsylvania, joins hosts Mike Useem and Jeff Klein to discuss what leadership theories work in the operating room and what theories do not, and how she brings her military leadership experience as a Retired Navy Captain to the operating table on Leadership in Action.

with President Stephen Klasko and Chancellor Stephen Spinelli, Jr.

It has officially been one year since the former Philadelphia University merged with Thomas Jefferson University to form a healthcare collaboration with a mission to enable lifelong learning. Host Dan Loney talks to Stephen Klasko, Wharton Alum and President of Thomas Jefferson University and CEO of Jefferson Health System, and Dr. Stephen Spinelli, Jr, Chancellor of Jefferson University about how they are forging this new path in education and medicine on Knowledge@Wharton.

A Case Study with Cliff Oxford

Cliff Oxford, Founder and CEO of The Oxford Center, joins host Loren Feldman to discuss how small business owners can strategize when conflicts arise by using a recent legal battle as an example on Mind Your Business.

with Wharton Prof Jeremy Siegel and Dan David

Dan David, Co-Founder of GeoInvesting, and Congressional Candidate in Pennsylvania’s 4th District, joins hosts Jeremy Schwartz and Jeremy Siegel to discuss Chinese Tariffs and the potential risks of investing in China on Behind the Markets. Dan David is featured in the documentary China Hustle, a Wall Street heist story about a massive web of fraud in Chinese investments. Learn more here: https://www.thechinahustlefilm.com/

with Mike Butler and Richard Prisinzano

Mike Butler, Mid-Atlantic Executive Director for the Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), and Richard Prisinzano, Senior Economist at the Penn Wharton Budget Model, join host Kent Smetters to discuss their insights on the rising oil and gas prices: what's causing it, how's it impacting your wallet, and what can be done about it on Your Money.

with John Paul MacDuffie

Uber's year-long ban from operating in London has now been lifted; Uber has been given a probationary 15 months to resume operations. Host Dan Loney talks with John Paul MacDuffie, Professor of Management at the Wharton School and Director of the Program of Vehicle and Mobility Innovation (PVMI) at Wharton's Mack Institute for Innovation Management, to discuss the impact of this decision for Uber as they once again take to the London streets on Knowledge@Wharton.

with Eric Orts and Elizabeth Sepper

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was asked to leave a small restaurant in Virginia last week and she and President Trump tweeted criticisms of the restaurant's refusal of service. This incident had followed a series of other occasions where people had approached and yelled at Trump Administration Officials while they were out to eat. Host Dan Loney talks with Eric Orts, Professor of Legal Studies and Business Ethics at the Wharton School, and Elizabeth Sepper, Professor of Law ...

with GM Anuj Gupta

Anuj Gupta, General Manager of the historic Reading Terminal Market, joins host Saikat Chaudhuri to discuss how he's taking the iconic 125 year old Philadelphia market into the future on Mastering Innovation.

with Ken Bensinger

Ken Bensinger, BuzzFeed Investiagive Reporter, joins hosts George Perry and Michelle Young to discuss his book Red Card: How the U.S. Blew the Whistle on the World's Biggest Sports Scandal," documenting the history of corruption in FIFA and how the arrests have affected the game moving forward on The Wharton Sports Business Show.

SCOTUS Justice Kennedy Retires

Tue Jul 03 2018 (32:25)

with Ted Ruger and Randy Beck

The Supreme Court issued several influential rulings in its most recent session—and last week Justice Anthony Kennedy announced that he will be retiring. Host Dan Loney discusses the impact of the rulings on these cases and the potential makeup of the court's political leanings moving forward now that Kennedy is stepping down, with Ted Ruger, Dean of Penn Law and Bernard G. Segal Professor of Law, and Randy Beck, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Justice Thomas O. Marshall Chair of Constit ...

with Aaron Smith, Peter Conti-Brown, and Etienne Fontan

Host John Barketttakes a deeper look at the current state of progress in the journey to legalize medical marijuana in the US with a panel of experts on The Business of Health Care. Panelists include: Aaron Smith, Co-Founder and Executive Director of the National Cannabis Industry Association (NCIA); Peter Conti-Brown, Assistant Professor of Legal Studies and Business Ethics at Wharton; and Etinne Fontan, VP and Co-Owner of Berkeley Patients Group (BPG), the oldest and most respected medical cann ...

with Robert Inman, Part of Penn Wharton B-School for Public Policy

Robert Inman, Richard K. Mellon Professor of Finance, Economics, and Public Policy at the Wharton School, joins host Dan Loney to discuss his recent B-School Seminar presented to congressional staffers that focuses on considering public v. private financing options for President Trump's $1.5 billion infrastructure plan and the roles all levels of governments should have to ensure efficient project management.This seminar is part of the Penn Wharton B-School for Public Policy, a new monthly serie ...

Marketing with Yelp!

Fri Jun 29 2018 (35:45)

with John Carroll, Senior Manager of Business Outreach

John Carroll, Senior Manager of Business Outreach and Brand Evangelist at Yelp, joins hosts Dave Reibstein and Suneal Bedi to discuss the ins and outs of marketing your business on the online platform featuring crowd-sourced reviews about local businesses, reservation services, and ads on Measured Thoughts.

Banning Plastic Straws and Bags

Fri Jun 29 2018 (22:05)

with Elizabeth DeSombre and Kartik Chandran

SeaWorld, Ikea and Royal Caribbean recentlyannounced they will remove plasticstraws and bags from their properties.They'rejoining a growing group of internationalbusinesses, organizations andgovernments to banplastics that are having adevastatingimpact on manyanimals and theenvironment.Elizabeth DeSombre, Professor of Environmental Studies at Wellesley College, and Kartik Chandran, Professor of Environmental Engineering and Director of the Wastewater Treatment and Climate Change Program at Colum ...

with CEO and Co-Founder Alexi Robichaux

Alexi Robichaux, Co-Founder and CEO of BetterUp, joins host Irina Yuen and Doug Collom to discuss their mission to help companies provide coaching and leadership training to all employees of all levels by using their mobile platform on Bay Area Ventures.

with Dr. Risa Lavizzo-Mourey

Dr. Risa Lavizzo-Mourey is a PIK Professor of Population Health and Health Equity at the Perelman School of Medicine, Penn School of Nursing, and Wharton, and President Emerita and Former CEO of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. She is one of Modern Healthcare's 100 most influential people in health care. Risa joins host Laura Zarrow to discuss her mission to help companies encourage access to affordable healthcare in their communities by addressing environmental, social, and structural challe ...

with Wharton Profs Pinar Yildirim and Kevin Werbach

Net Neutrality wasofficially repealed earlier this month.Wharton Professors Pinar Yildirim, Marketing, and Kevin Werbach, Legal Studies and Business Ethics, join host Dan Loney to discuss whether any noticeable changes will affect companies and consumers in the near future on Knowledge@Wharton.

with Katherine Yun of CHOP and Peter Margulies

Katherine Yun, Attending Physician and Faculty Member at PolicyLab at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) and Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Penn Medicine, and Peter Margulies, Professor of Immigration and National Security Law at the Roger Williams University School of Law, join host Dan Loney to discuss the medical implications of the current US policy separating children from their parents when they cross into the southern US border on Knowledge@Wharton.

with Mike Useem and Howard Kunreuther

Natural disasters are becoming amorefrequentoccurrence these days and as a result, more and more companies are experiencing disruption in their business. Host Dan Loney talks with Wharton Professors Mike Useem, Director of Wharton's Center for Leadership and Change Management, and Howard Kunreuther, Co-Director of Wharton'sRisk Management and Decision Processes Center, to discuss their new book "Mastering Catastrophic Risk: How Companies Are Coping with Disruption" which examines why and how com ...

Daniela Terminel at Wharton Forum NY

Fri Jun 22 2018 (11:29)

CEO of Global Health Corps

Daniela Terminel, CEO of Global Health Corps, joins hosts Sandi Hunt and Katherine Klein live from the Wharton Global Forum NY 2018 to discuss her mission to mobilize the movement for health equality by building the next generation of health leaders to fight for access to affordable healthcare on Dollars and Change.http://www.whartonnewyork18.com

Katlyn Grasso at Wharton Forum NY

Fri Jun 22 2018 (16:26)

CEO and Founder of GenHERation

Katlyn Grasso, Founder and CEO of GenHERation, joins hosts Sandi Hunt and Katherine Klein live at the Wharton Global Forum NY 2018 to discuss how she aims to close the gender career achievement gap by connecting Millennial and Gen Z women with organizations that advance women's professional opportunities on Dollars and Change. http://www.whartonnewyork18.com

Bryan Bloom at Wharton Forum NY

Fri Jun 22 2018 (14:03)

CFO at ENODO

Bryan Bloom, CFO at ENODO, joins hosts Sandi Hunt and Katherine Klein live from the Wharton Global Forum NY 2018 to discuss his work with partners and staff to help governments and private sector clients understand, measure, and forecast Social Risk impacts on Dollars and Change. http://www.whartonnewyork18.com

Andras Forgacs at Wharton Forum NY

Fri Jun 22 2018 (13:11)

Co-Founder and CEO of Modern Meadow

Andras Forgacs, Co-Founder and CEO of Modern Meadow, joins hosts Sandi Hunt and Katherine Klein live from the Wharton Global Forum NY 2018 to discuss his work with 3D bioprinting on Dollars and Change. http://www.whartonnewyork18.com

Dawn Hines at Wharton Forum NY

Fri Jun 22 2018 (09:23)

Co-Founder of Aventura Investment

Dawn Hines, Co-Founder of Aventura Investment, joins hosts Sandi Hunt and Katherine Klein live from the Wharton Global Forum NY 2018 to discuss Aventura Investment's goal to establish, invest in, and support companies that provide value chain services to smallholder growers in Africa on Dollars and Change. http://www.whartonnewyork18.com

Aubrey Hruby at Wharton Forum NY

Fri Jun 22 2018 (10:16)

Co-Founder of Africa Experience Network

Aubrey Hruby, Co-Founder of Africa Experience Network, joins hosts Sandi Hunt and Katherine Klein live at the Wharton Global Forum NY 2018 to discuss her work and progress in African markets on Dollars and Change.http://www.whartonnewyork18.com

with hosts Sandi Hunt and Katherine Klein

Today is the final day of EXCLUSIVE interviews from #WhartonForum 2018 hosted by Sandi Hunt and Katherine Klein on Dollars and Change. Enjoy!For 52 years, Wharton alumni have been gathering twice a year in different continents to network and embrace the global business school brand with “Lifelong Learning.” This year alumni, faculty and industry leaders converged in New York City for panels on business founders, finance, and the future of global growth.For more information, visit:http://www.whar ...

Blair Duncan at Wharton Forum NY

Fri Jun 22 2018 (15:25)

COO of Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone (UMEZ)

Blair Duncan, COO of Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone (UMEZ), joins hosts Sandi Hunt and Katherine Klein live at the Wharton Global Forum NY 2018 to discuss the federal initiative to revitalize underdeveloped urban communities on Dollars and Change. http://www.whartonnewyork18.com

Regina Jaslow at Wharton Forum NY

Fri Jun 22 2018 (12:49)

Chief Revenue Officer of Amplicare

Regina Jaslow, Chief Revenue Officer of Amplicare, joins hosts Sandi Hunt and Katherine Klein live at the Wharton Global Forum NY 2018 to discuss how Amplicare is breaking down complex barriers at the intersection of technology and healthcare on Dollars and Change.http://www.whartonnewyork18.com

Ikdeep Singh at Wharton Forum NY

Thu Jun 21 2018 (10:27)

Brand President, L'Oreal USA

Ikdeep Singh, Brand President at L'Oreal USA (Maybelline, Garnier, and Essie), joins host Dan Loney live at the Wharton Global Forum NY 2018 to discuss the future of luxury product brands and beauty products on Knowledge@Wharton.http://www.whartonnewyork18.com

Jon Gray at Wharton Forum NY

Thu Jun 21 2018 (15:07)

President/COO of Blackstone

Jon Gray, President and COO of Blackstone, joins host Dan Loney live from Wharton Global Forum NY 2018 to discuss real estate and the Penn Med's Basser Center for BRCA on Knowledge@Wharton.http://www.whartonnewyork18.com

Janet Cowell at Wharton Forum NY

Thu Jun 21 2018 (14:43)

CEO of Girls Who Invest

Janet Cowell, CEO of Girls Who Invest, joins host Dan Loney live from the Wharton Global Forum NY 2018 to discuss enabling more women and underrepresented minorities to become asset managers on Knowledge@Wharton.http://www.whartonnewyork18.com

Michael Vaughan at Wharton Forum NY

Thu Jun 21 2018 (13:27)

COO of Venmo

Michael Vaughan, COO of Venmo, joins host Dan Loney live at the Wharton Global Forum NY 2018 to discuss the trends and future of mobile payments on Knowledge@Wharton.http://www.whartonnewyork18.com

Scott Mills at Wharton Forum NY

Thu Jun 21 2018 (20:37)

President of BET Networks

Scott Mills, President of BET Networks, joins host Dan Loney live at the Wharton Global Forum NY 2018 to discuss the importance of creating diversity in arts programming on Knowledge@Wharton. http://www.whartonnewyork18.com

Wendy Kopp at Wharton Forum NY

Thu Jun 21 2018 (16:47)

CEO of Teach for All and Founder of Teach For America

Wendy Kopp, CEO of Teach for All and Founder of Teach for America, joins host Dan Loney live at the Wharton Global Forum NY 2018 to discuss leadership through teaching on Knowledge@Wharton. http://www.whartonnewyork18.com

Justin Tuck at Wharton Forum NY

Thu Jun 21 2018 (13:21)

Founder of Tuck's R.U.S.H. for Literacy, 2x NFL Superbowl Champion

Justin Tuck, Founder of Tuck's R.U.S.H. for Literacy and 2x Superbowl Champion, joins host Dan Loney live at the Wharton Global Forum NY 2018 to discuss financial literacy for the under-served youth on Knowledge@Wharton.http://www.whartonnewyork18.com

Jeffrey Smith at Wharton Forum NY

Wed Jun 20 2018 (10:20)

Managing Member, CEO and Chief Investment Officer at Starboard Value

Jeffrey Smith, Managing Member, CEO, and Chief Investment Officer at Starboard Value, joins host Dan Loney live from the Wharton Global Forum NY 2018 to discuss activist investing on Knowledge@Wharton.http://www.whartonnewyork18.com

Astrid Doerner at Wharton Forum NY

Wed Jun 20 2018 (15:12)

New York Finance Correspondent for Handelsblatt

Astrid Doerner, New York Finance Correspondent for Handelsblatt, joins host Dan Loney live from the Wharton Global Forum NY 2018 to discuss her unique perspective as a European journalist and the 50 years of Wharton Seminars for business journalists on Knowledge@Wharton.http://www.whartonnewyork18.com

Brendan Cahill at Wharton Forum NY

Wed Jun 20 2018 (11:43)

Founder and Leader of Penguin Random House Labs

Brendan Cahill, Founder and Leader of Penguin Random House Labs, joins host Dan Loney live from the Wharton Global Forum NY 2018 to discuss the future of publishing on Knowledge@Wharton.http://www.whartonnewyork18.com

Josh Kopelman at Wharton Forum NY

Wed Jun 20 2018 (13:41)

Founder/Partner at First Round Capital

Josh Kopelman, Founder and Partner at First Round Capital, joins host Dan Loney live at the Wharton Global Forum NY 2018 to discuss how companies get off the ground and what he looks for in startup teams when he invests, on Knowledge@Wharton.http://www.whartonnewyork18.com

Jamie Dinan at Wharton Forum NY

Wed Jun 20 2018 (26:23)

Founder, Chairmain, and Co-CEO of York Capital Management

Jamie Dinan, Founder, Chairman, and Co-CEO of York Capital Management, joins host Dan Loney live at the Wharton Global Forum NY 2018 to discuss advocating for wealth creation on Knowledge@Wharton.http://www.whartonnewyork18.com

Jake Schwartz at Wharton Forum NY

Wed Jun 20 2018 (15:33)

Co-Founder/CEO General Assembly

Jake Schwartz, Co-Founder and CEO of General Assembly, joins host Dan Loney live from the Wharton Global Forum NY 2018 to discuss investing in your employees on Knowledge@Wharton.http://www.whartonnewyork18.com

with host Dan Loney

For 52 years, Wharton alumni have been gathering twice a year in different continents to network and embrace the global business school brand with “Lifelong Learning.” This year alumni, faculty and industry leaders converged in New York City for panels on business founders, finance, and the future of global growth.For the next three days, you will be hearing EXCLUSIVE interviews from #WhartonForum 2018 hosted by Dan Loney (Knowledge@Wharton), and Katherine Klein and Sandi Hunt (Dollars and Chang ...

Josh Harris at Wharton Forum NY

Wed Jun 20 2018 (13:08)

Co-Founder/Member of Board of Directors, Apollo Global Management

Josh Harris, Co-Founder/Member of Board of Directors of Apollo Global Management, Managing Partner of the Philadelphia 76ers, Managing Member of the New Jersey Devils and a General Partner of the Crystal Palace Football Club (and more!) joins host Dan Loney live at the Wharton Global Forum NY 2018 to discuss the future of philanthropy on Knowledge@Wharton.http://www.whartonnewyork18.com

with Jennifer Dulski, Jennifer Dulski, Head of Groups and Community at Facebook

Jennifer Dulski, Head of Groups and Community at Facebook, joins hosts Jeff Klein and Anne Greenhalgh to discuss her new book on leadership "Purposeful: Are You a Manager or a Movement Starter?" on Leadership in Action.

Penn's IMPaCT Community Health Workers

Tue Jun 19 2018 (20:13)

with Jill Feldstein and Evelyn Kruger

We look atthe success of Penn's IMPaCT Community Health Workers model, which hires, trains and managespeople from low income areas to help people in their community. The results have been so positive, the program is expanding across the US. Host Dan Loney talks with Jill Feldstein, COO of IMPaCT Community Health Workers, and Evelyn Kruger, Project Manager for IMPaCT Community Health Workers, to learn more about how this program is helping local communities on Knowledge@Wharton.

Meet Indu Navar: Serial Entrepreneur

Mon Jun 18 2018 (52:15)

Indu Navar, Founder of Geek.ly and Xendota, joins host Rob Coneybeer to discuss her career as a successful serial entrepreneur, investor, and strategic advisor to startups, on Launch Pad.

with Rodney Zemmel and Wharton Prof Mike Useem

Rodney Zemmel, Senior Partner at McKinsey and Managing Partner for New York, Boston and Stamford, joins hosts Mike Useem and Anne Greenhalgh on Leadership in Action to discuss his new book "Go Long: Why Long-Term Thinking is Your Best Short-Term Strategy" co-authored with Mike Useem!

Etan Green, Assistant Professor of Operations, Information and Decisions at the Wharton School, joins hosts Eric Bradlow and Shane Jensen to discuss his research on baseball umpires focusing on judgment and decision making on Wharton Moneyball.

with Jim Johnston

Jim Johnston is a former Director of Admissions and Financial Aid at the Wharton School. Now, he is the CEO of Sage Scholars, an organization dedicated to working with companies, banks, and credit unions to create viable college funding solutions to help parents save for college tuition. Host Dan Loney talks with Jim about the ways his company is able to strengthen these programs with the use of rewards systems to encourage saving on Knowledge@Wharton.

Direct-to-Consumer DNA Testing Market

Thu Jun 14 2018 (51:44)

with Erynn Gordon, Robert Field, and Dr. Arthur Caplan

Host Skip Rosoff hosts a panel discussion of experts on the topic of at-home DNA testing market currently gaining popularity in the US, and how privacy and regulation issues are now emerging, on The Business of Health Care. Expert Panelists: Erynn Gordon, Certified Genetic Counselor and VP of Clinical Operations at Genome Medical; Robert Field, Professor of Law and Professor of Health Care Policy and Management at Drexel University; and Dr. Arthur Caplan, Bioethics Professor at NYU.

with Dennis Culhane, Part of Penn Wharton B-School for Public Policy

Dennis Culhane, Professor at the School of Social Policy and Practice at the University of Pennsylvania, joins host Dan Loney to discuss his recent B-School Seminar presented to congressional staffers that focuses on helping staffers better understand how state and local evidence is gathered, which ultimately serves as a basis for forming federal social policy regulations. Dennis is also the Co-Principal Investigator for the Actionable Intelligence for Social Policy, and Director of Research, Na ...

with Chris DiGeorge and Special Musician Guest Callers

Chris DiGeorge, Founder and CEO of Millennial Partners, joins host Bob Lane to discuss his various urban development projects over the years such as Northern Liberties in Philadelphia and the Camden, New Jersey on The Real Estate Hour. Learn more of the history of buildings in the area, including the Victor building, and hear from two musicians who used to record there - Graham Alexander and Denny Laine.

with Andy Rachlin and Pedro Ramos

Andy Rachlin, Managing Director for Lending and Investment at Reinvestment Fund, has teamed up with Pedro Ramos, President and CEO of The Philadelphia Foundation, to start the PhilaImpact Fund, a new place-based impact investment opportunity targeted to the Greater Philadelphia region. Andy and Pedro join hosts Sandi Hunt and Sherryl Kuhlman to discuss this new venture and the impacts they expect to have on the greater Philadelphia region on Dollars and Change.

with Amy Sepinwall and Tobias Barrington Wolff

The Supreme Court recently ruled in Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission infavor of a baker's right to refuse to make a wedding cake for a gay couple for religious reasons.Host Dan Loney talks with Amy Sepinwall, Professor of Legal Studies and Business Ethics at the Wharton School, and Tobias Barrington Wolff, Professor at Penn Law, to discuss how narrowly this decision was defined and whether it's a slippery slope to other business refusing to serve various communities under ...

with Robert Field and Andy Bindman

California isexploringthesingle payersystem, which is being touted by the various Democratic gubernatorial candidates.Host Dan Loney talks with experts Robert Field and Andy Bindman to discuss the viability of this plan in such a big state on Knowledge@Wharton. Robert Field is a Lecturer in the Wharton Health Care Management Department; Professor of Health Management and Policy at Drexel University's Dornsife School of Public Health; and Professor of Law at Drexel's Thomas R. Kline School of Law ...

with Erik Jones

Italy and Spain have just undergone leadership changes in the last few days for different reasons. Host Dan Loney talks with Erik Jones, Director of European and Eurasian Studies atJohns Hopkins University'sPaul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, to discuss which leadership change hasthe European Union on edge and why on Knowledge@Wharton.

Brand New Book Out Today!

Wharton Professor of Marketing Barbara Kahn has a new book "The Shopping Revolution: How Successful Retailers Win Customers in an Era of Endless Disruption," released today! Co-Host Americus Reed discusses the research and takeaways of The Shopping Revolution with Barbara on Marketing Matters.Buy the Book: https://www.amazon.com/Shopping-Revolution-Successful-Retailers-Disruption-ebook/dp/B07BHTJN7G

More Facebook Data Privacy Issues

Tue Jun 12 2018 (23:21)

with Jennifer Golbeck and Andrea Matwyshyn

Facebook may have to apologize again foranother PR disaster. TheNew York Times reportsthe social media giant has data-sharing partnerships with at least four Chinese companies including Huawei, which has beenlabeled a national security threat by U.S. intelligence. Host Dan Loney talks with Jennifer Golbeck, Director ofUniversity of Maryland'sSocial Intelligence Lab, and Andrea Matwyshyn, a Professor of Law and Professor of Computer Science at Northeastern University, to discuss why theseprivacy ...

Business Radio Exclusive

Business Radio Insights: Dollars and Change hosts Nick Ashburn and Sandi Hunt chat about a recent role-playing exercise Sandi completed in her Penn Master's class to help students understand different communication styles. Get to know more about our D&C hosts in this exclusive clip!

Changing Trends in Media

Mon Jun 11 2018 (27:02)

with Greg Isaacs

Greg Isaacs, Chief Product and Marketing Officer for the Branded Entertainment Network, joins host Saikat Chaudhuri to discuss how this product placement marketing agency stays on top of emerging media trends on Mastering Innovation.

with Sarah Mastrorocco and Josh Hix

Host Christian Terwiesch discusses disruption in the Consumer Food Industry with Sarah Mastrorocco, VP of Business Development at Instacart, and Josh Hix, Co-Founder and CEO of Plated, on Work of Tomorrow.

Emotional Agility & Embracing Change

Fri Jun 08 2018 (40:03)

with Susan David

Susan David, Psychologist at Harvard Medical School, joins host Stew Friedman to discuss her new book "Emotional Agility: Get Unstuck, Embrace Change, and Thrive in Work and Life" on Work and Life.

Managing Employees and Giving Feedback

Thu Jun 07 2018 (52:20)

with Patty McCord

Patty McCord, Former Chief Talent Officer at Netflix, joins host Laura Zarrow to discuss her new book, "POWERFUL: Building a Culture of Freedom and Responsibility" and why companies should ditch signing bonuses, performance reviews, and pay secrecy on Women@Work.

Changing the Arts Market with Artsy

Thu Jun 07 2018 (21:14)

with Carter Cleveland

Carter Cleveland, Founder and CEO of Artsy, joins host Nicolaj Siggelkow to discuss how Artsy is disrupting the art market by partnering with traditional art, instead of competing with it, on Mastering Innovation.

Founding Daily Harvest

Wed Jun 06 2018 (51:40)

with Rachel Drori

Rachel Drori, CEO and Founder of Daily Harvest, a New York-based company that makes smoothies, grain bowls and other all-natural and healthy foods that are shipped to you, joins host Karl Ulrich to discuss her Founder's story on Launch Pad.

with James Serpell and Carlo Siracusa

Behavioral problems is one of the majorcomplaints among pet owners, and yet there are just a few dozen specialists in this area around the country.Penn Vet is working on a new telemedicine web-based app to expand access tothese specialists to more pet owners through their primary vets. Dr. James Serpell, Professor of Animal Ethics & Welfare at Penn Vet, and Dr. Carlo Siracusa, Director ofSmallAnimal Behavior Service at Penn Vet, join host Dan Loney to discuss how this app could help people and t ...

Communicating with Employees

Tue Jun 05 2018 (08:59)

with Laine Joelson Cohen

Business Radio Insights:Laine Joelson Cohen, Director of Leadership and Executive Development at Citigroup, joins host Stew Friedman to discuss how to best approach giving positive and negative feedback to employees on Work and Life.

with Laura Vanderkam

Laura Vanderkam, Co-Host of Best of Both Worlds podcast and TEDTalk speaker, joins host Laura Zarrow to discuss "Off The Clock: Feel Less Busy While Getting More Done" about time management on Women@Work.

with Leslie Crutchfield

Leslie Crutchfield, Executive Director of Georgetown University’s Global Social Initiative, which is part of the McDonough School of Business, joins hosts Anne Greenhalgh and Jeff Klein to discuss her latest book, "How Change Happens: Why Some Social Movements Succeed While Others Don’t" on Leadership in Action.

NFL's Anthem Policy

Mon Jun 04 2018 (24:58)

with Ken Shropshire and Charles Grantham

The NFL owners have alteredthepolicyregarding the national anthem, sayingplayers can either remain off the field or have to stand during the song.The new policy allows theleague to fine teams foractions by their players. Host Dan Loney talks with Ken Shropshire, CEO of the Global Sport Institute and Professor Emeritus at the Wharton School, and Charles Grantham, Director of the Center for Sport Management at Seton Hall University's Stillman School of Business, about thismove by the owners and ho ...

with Jason Riis and Erik Gordon

Last week, Campbell's CEO Denise Morrisonunexpectedly retired,effective immediately, as the company undergoes a strategic review andflat sales.Jason Riis, Marketing Lecturer at the Wharton School, and Erik Gordon, Professor at University of Michigan's Ross School of Business, join host Dan Loney to discuss howthecompany can become"mmm mmm good"again on Knowledge@Wharton.

The Dropping Birthrate in the US

Fri Jun 01 2018 (22:26)

with Hans-Peter Kohler and Gretchen Livingston

The US birthrate has dropped to its lowest rate in thirty years.Hans-Peter Kohler, Demography Professor at the University of Pennsylvania, and Gretchen Livingston, Senior Researcher at the Pew Research Center and expert on fertility and family demogrphics, join host Dan Loney to discuss the potential reasons behind this decline and the impact it could have on the future economy on Knowledge@Wharton.

Tennis Analytics & The French Open

Thu May 31 2018 (21:23)

with Craig O'Shannessy

Craig O’Shannessy is widely recognized as the world leader in teaching and analyzing tennis strategy and Founder of Brain Game Tennis. Craig joins Moneyball hosts Eric Bradlow and Adi Wyner to talk about tennis analytics, strategies, and the current French Open (May 21–Jun 10, 2018).

The Future of Neurosurgery

Thu May 31 2018 (53:51)

with Georges Markarian and Dr. Neil Malhotra

Georges Markarian, MD, MBA, FAANS, FACS, Board-Certified Neurosurgeon, and Dr. Neil Malhotra, Neurosurgeon at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, join host Christian Terwiesch to discuss the future of neurosurgery on Work of Tomorrow.Neurosurgery, or neurological surgery, is the medical specialty concerned with the prevention, diagnosis, surgical treatment, and rehabilitation of disorders which affect any portion of the nervous system including the brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerv ...

Startups in Northern Europe

Wed May 30 2018 (49:50)

with Janne Korpela

Janne Korpela, Chief of investor Operations at Slush and Co-Founder of Wave Ventures, joins host Rob Coneybeer to discuss the startup sphere in Northern Europe and how it compares to the US on Launch Pad.

with Tom Haines and Adam Politzer

Tom Haines, Senior Vice President of Capital Markets & Index Solutions at Annexus, and Adam Politzer, Vice President of Product Management at Athene Holdings, joins hosts Wharton Professor Jeremy Siegel and Wharton Alum Jeremy Schwartz to discuss insurance asset management on Behind the Markets.

Wage Growth Stalled - Why?

Tue May 29 2018 (28:01)

with Peter Cappelli and Harry Holzer

The economy is strong, theunemployment rate has dipped down to below four percent, and corporations have more moneythanks to the newtaxlaw, but wage growth is stillstagnant. Host Dan Loney talks with Peter Cappelli,Professor and Director of Wharton'sCenter for Human Resources, and Harry Holzer, Professor at the McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown University and formerChief Economist for the U.S. Department of Labor in the Clinton Administration, todiscussthe reasons why incomes aren't ...

Buyer Beware: Bitcoin Wannabes

Tue May 29 2018 (23:45)

with Shane Shifflett and Coulter Jones

Beware of fraudulent cryptocurrencies -TheWall Street Journal reviewed documents for 1,450 digitalcoin offerings and found 271 with redflags.Reporters Shane Shifflett and Coulter Jonesdiscuss their investigation and story:Buyer Beware: Hundreds of Bitcoin Wannabes Show Hallmarks of Fraud with host Dan Loney on Knowledge@Wharton.

with Jacob Lief

One of this year’s Lipman Family Prize honorees—Jacob Lief, the Co-Founder and CEO of Ubuntu Pathways, joins host Anne Greenhalgh to discuss his a non-profit organization that takes orphaned and vulnerable children in Port Elizabeth, South Africa from cradle to career, on Leadership in Action.

with Craig Downs & Karen Glanz

Hawaii is poised tobecome the first state to ban the sale of sunscreens with chemicals that couldharm coral reefs.Oxybenzoen and octinoxate, which gets into the water from swimmers and through sewage, contributes to bleaching of the corals according to recent research.Craig Downs, Executive DirectortheHeretics Environmental Laboratory, a nonprofit research center,joinsto discuss this move. But, this is a move that not everyonesupports, given that skin cancerrates are on the rise in Hawaii and th ...

with Beth Hendler-Grunt

Business Radio Insights:Beth Hendler-Grunt, Founder and President of Next Great Step, LLC, joins host Dr. Dawn Graham to tackle some hard questions for recent grads, including where do I go from here? How do I get my foot in the door? - and more on Career Talk.

The State of the Gender Pay Gap

Fri May 25 2018 (30:20)

with Lydia Frank

Lydia Frank, Vice President of Content Strategy at PayScale, joins hosts Peter Cappelli and Dan O'Meara to discuss the results of PayScale's recent report "The State of the Gender Pay Gap" on in the Workplace. You may be surprised at some of the findings! We find out why on In the Workplace.

The UK Windrush Immigration Scandal

Thu May 24 2018 (25:24)

with Thom Brooks, Terri Givens, and Randall Hansen

As Brexit negotiations go on, the UK is facing an immigration scandal with the Windrush generation.These arepeople who moved to Britain from Caribbean countries between 1948 and 1971.Many ofthekids arrived on there parents' passportsand afterdecades, are facing issues of being denied services, losing their jobs and even being deported.Host Dan Loney looks at this situation and why Prime Minister Theresa May was forced to apologize with Thom Brooks,Dean of Durham Law School atDurham University, T ...

with Andrew Brandt and Richard McGowan

The Supreme Court just struck down a 1992 law banning sports bettingoutside of Nevada.Host Dan Loney looks at the case andwhat it means for states, fans and teams with Andrew Brandt, Director ofVillanova University'sMoorad Center for Sports Law, andRichard McGowan,Professor at Boston College'sCarroll School of Management andEconomics Editor ofGaming Law Review and Economics.

Consolidation in the Energy Market

Tue May 22 2018 (20:40)

with Thomas Knauff of Energy Distribution Partners

Thomas Knauff, Founder and CEO of Energy Distribution Partners, joins host Harbir Singh to discuss consolidation and innovation in the energy market on Mastering Innovation.

with Divyansh Agarwal, Prateek Agarwal, and Daniel Zhang

Three Penn students are on their way to changing the lives of chemotherapy patients for good. Knowledge@Wharton host Dan Loney speaks to winners of the Wharton Entrepreneurship Startup Showcase to find out more about their company, Sanguis. Divyansh Agarwal (MD PhD candidate), Prateek Agarwal (MD MBA candidate), and Daniel Zhang (MD PhD candidate), have invented a hand-held device for chemotherapy patients monitors their blood cell count that has won three separate Penn competitions this year al ...

with Lee Leibowitz and Kelly Breslin Wright

Career Talk celebrates the contributions of Wharton alumni on our annual Wharton Business Radio "Reunion Radio" special.Meet Lee Leibowitz (WG'13), Director, Service Line Analytics and Strategy for the University of Pennsylvania Health System, and Kelly Breslin Wright (WG'98), Advisor and Board Director for multiple companies, as they discuss tips for electing an MBA program and finding a fulfilling job once you graduate with host Dr. Dawn Graham.

with Samra Haider, Ashley Bittner, Lori Nishiura Mackenzie and John Tourtelotte

Dollars and Change celebrates the contributions of Wharton alumni on our annual Wharton Business Radio "Reunion Radio" special. Meet Wharton Grads who are making a difference in their industry as hosts Sherryl Kuhlman and Nick Ashburn find out more about their latest initiatives. Guests include: Samra Haider (WG'08), National Director at the Center for Employment Opportunities; Ashley Bittner (WG'13), Principal at Owl Ventures; Lori Nishiura Mackenzie (WG'93), Executive Director of Stanford Univ ...

with Gopi Kallayil and Claire LaBrunerie

Leadership in Action celebrates the contributions of Wharton alumni on our annual Wharton Business Radio "Reunion Radio" special. Meet Gopi Kallayil (WG'98), the Chief Evangelist of Brand Marketing at Google, and Claire LaBrunerie (WG'88), Head of Global Distribution at Sky Harbor Capital Management as they discuss their careers in leadership with hosts Mike Useem and Jeff Klein.

with Brendan Cahill and Brian Fields

Mastering Innovation celebrates the contributions of Wharton alumni on our annual Wharton Business Radio "Reunion Radio" special. Meet Brendan Cahill (WG’08), Founder and leader of Penguin Random House Labs, and Brian Fields (WG’03), VP and General Manager of Things to Do at Groupon, to discuss innovation in publishing and experiences with host Saikat Chaudhuri.

with Susan Ganz and Melissa Eisenstat

Women@Work celebrates the contributions of Wharton alumni on our annual Wharton Business Radio "Reunion Radio" special.Meet Susan Ganz (WG'88), CEO of Lion Brothers and Melissa Eisenstat (WG'88), Trustee and Board President of the New York Youth Symphony, as they discuss their careers in two very different fields with host Laura Zarrow.

with Sumeet Nagar, Akshay Mansukhani, and Chris Swann

Behind the Markets celebrates the contributions of Wharton alumni on our annual Wharton Business Radio "Reunion Radio" special. Meet Co-Founders of Malabar Investments, Sumeet Nagar (WG'01) and Akshay Mansukhani (WG'04). Hosts Jeremy Schwartz, Jeremy Siegel, and Wes Gray discuss investments strategies and investing in India with Sumeet and Akshay. Then, Chris Swann (WG'98) and Founder of Cygnus Capital, joins the discussion to talk about alternative investments and hedge funds in the second half ...

with Ziad Baba and Felipe Gonzalez

K@W celebrates the contributions of Wharton alumni on our annual Wharton Business Radio "Reunion Radio" special. Meet Ziad Baba (WG'13), Senior Director of Engagement Marketing at Credit Karma, who says 45% of Americans will be thrown into debt if they have a catastrophic accident. Credit Karma helps their users build their portfolio and save money by providing free credit scores. They also monitor credit usage to counter ID theft and are getting into the free – simple – tax preparation business ...

with Dominic Petty and David Burkart

K@W celebrates the contributions of Wharton alumni on our annual Wharton Business Radio "Reunion Radio" special. Meet Dominic Petty (WG'98), Inner Peace Advisor atHealerologyand aProgram Manager for the US government. He helps people recognize cycles of abuse to nurture their spiritual, emotional and physical guide health. Then, if your investments are diversified, who’s looking out for you when commodity risks occur? Meet David Burkart (WG'98), Founder and Chief Investment Officer of Coloma Cap ...

with ESPN's Keith Law

Baseball clubs now rely less onsubjective scouting reportsin hiring players, using data totell an accurate picture of player performance, past performance and future performance, preventing costly hires. Senior baseball ESPN writer,Keith Law, joins host Dan Loney to discuss how the analytic revolution in baseball is here to stay as outlined in his book "Smart Baseball: The Story Behind the Old Stats that Are Ruining the Game, the New Ones that are Running It, and the Right Way to Think About Bas ...

with Founder Dana Donofree

DanaDonofree, CEO and founder of AnaOno, joins host Karl Ulrich to discuss how her company offers specially designed lingerie and loungewear for women to wear from their breast cancer diagnosis, through treatment, and into their life beyond on Launch Pad.

with Gary Burnison

Gary Burnison, CEO of Korn Ferry, joins hosts Peter Cappelli and Dan O'Meara to discuss tips for recent grads entering the job market and other executive search tips on In the Workplace.

with Mark Redlus

Mark Redlus, Wharton Alum and CEO of Tridiuum, joins host Dan Loney to discuss his platform designed to help clinical outcomes for mental and behavioral health patients of all ages on Knowledge@Wharton.

with Shayndi Raice

Smaller cities in less populated areas around the USare looking for creative ways to attract young workers totheir municipalities, including money for student loans, spruced up waterfronts and downtown apartments. Host Dan Loney speaks with Shayndi Raice, Chicago-basedWall Street JournalReporter, to discuss her latest report,“How Bad Is the Labor Shortage? Cities Will Pay You to Move There" on Knowledge@Wharton.

Leading the Pennsylvania Ballet

Thu May 10 2018 (47:11)

with Executive Director Shelly Power

Shelly Power, Executive Director of the Pennsylvania Ballet, joins hosts Anne Greenhalgh and Mike Useem to discuss her career which led to the Pennsylvania Ballet and some of the initiatives she's working to accomplish here on Leadership in Action.

with Dr. David Galligan

China is one of the fast growing markets of dairy products, but the growth is outpacing its domestic production ability. That's where Penn Vet comes in. A new project isbringing in the lastcontents of dairynutrition andmanagement to the Chinese dairy industry with the help of Wharton China Center and Zoetis.Host Dan Loney talks with Dr. David Galligan, a Penn VetAnimal Health Economics professor, todiscuss the challenges and the changes that are being made in this major food industry on Knowledg ...

with Namita Nandakumar

Namita Nandakumar, Wharton Senior, Teaching Assistant, and Research Analyst, joins hosts Cade Massey, Shane Jensen, and Adi Wyner to discuss her post-graduate move to Quantitative Analyst for the NFL's Philadelphia Eagles this season on Wharton Moneyball.

with Co-Founder Luke Bowen

Luke Bowen, Co-Founder of Evil Genius Beer Company, joins hosts Nick Ashburn and Sandi Hunt to discuss how amid producing 28 different products, Evil Genius is constantly integrating sustainability and social impact throughout their value chain on Dollars and Change. Evil Genius is one of the fastest growing Craft Breweries in the country, with distribution throughout the northeast United States.

Executive Compensation & Ethics

Tue May 08 2018 (23:08)

with Marc Hodak and Charles Elson

The CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield asked for a cut in hissalary after it was revealed he made $375kannually, a significant increase from his predecessors.The high salary was due to a Title 42, a provision created by Congress to allow federal agencies agenciesto becompetitive with the private sector in terms of pay.Host Dan Loney talks with Marc Hodak, Adjunct Professor of Ethicsat NYU Stern School of Business and Partner atFairestAdvisors, and Charles Elson, aChair in Corporate Governance and ...

From Laid Off to CEO

Mon May 07 2018 (52:58)

with Chris Hutchins

Chris Hutchins, Co-Founder and CEO of Grove, joins host Rob Coneybeer to discuss how he found himself laid-off in Silicon Valley after the financial crisis, and navigated his path to founding Grove, a personal finance startup, on Launch Pad.

with Jennifer Golbeck and Andrea Matwyshyn

Cambridge Analytica, the firm that harvested Facebook data to benefit the Trump campaign, is shutting its doors. In the meantime, the socialmedia giant, which faced privacy concerns following the revelations of the data mining, is expanding its operations into a dating service. Host Dan Loney speaks with Jennifer Golbeck,Director ofUniversity of Maryland'sSocial Intelligence Lab, and Andrea Matwyshyn, Professor of Law andProfessor of Computer Science at Northeastern University, to discuss these ...

The Power of Story in a Brand

Fri May 04 2018 (39:11)

with Donald Miller

Donald Miller, CEO of Storybrand, joins host Americus Reed to discuss his book "Building a StoryBrand: Clarify Your Message So Customers Will Listen" on Marketing Matters.

with Renee Patton, Cisco, and Leah Belsky, Coursera

Host Christian Terwiesch discusses innovation in the education space with Renee Patton, Director of US Public Sector Education at Cisco, and Leah Belsky, Vice President of Global Enterprise Development at Coursera, and how these innovations translate in what the future of education could look like on Work of Tomorrow.

Achieving Regulatory Excellence

Fri May 04 2018 (28:31)

with Cary Coglianese, Part of Penn Wharton B-School for Public Policy

Cary Coglianese, Edward B. Shils Professor of Law and Professor of Political Science at The University of Pennsylvania, joins host Dan Loney to discuss his recent B-School Seminar presented to congressional staffers that focuses on striving for regulatory excellence - as the code of federal regulations increases each year with new laws passed by US Congress. Cary is also the Director of the Penn Program on Regulation.This seminar is part of the Penn Wharton B-School for Public Policy, a new mont ...

Networking Tips: Friend of a Friend 

Thu May 03 2018 (27:53)

with David Burkus

David Burkus, best-selling author and Associate Professor of Leadership and Innovation at Oral Roberts University, joins host Stew Friedman to discuss his new book, "Friend of a Friend: Understanding the Hidden Networks That Can Transform Your Life and Your Career" on Work and Life.

with Jenna Fisher

Business Radio Insights: Jenna Fisher, Wharton Alumna and Global Corporate Officers Sector Leader for the executive search firm Russell Reynolds Associates, joins host Laura Zarrow to discuss a few common pitfalls to avoid when working with executive search recruiters and how women can best re-enter the workforce on Women@Work.

with Nicholas Davis of World Economic Forum

Nicholas Davis, Head of Society and Innovation and a member of the Executive Committee at the World Economic Forum, talks with Host Mike Useem about the World Economic Forum’s work on “The Fourth Industrial Revolution”, focusing on how emerging technologies could disrupt industries, labor markets, societies and governments, and how technology can be used to empower communities to create a human-centered future on Leadership in Action.

Apple & Electronic Health Records

Wed May 02 2018 (51:00)

with Michael Restuccia, Dr. William Hanson, and Aneesh Chopra

Host Mitch Goldman leads a panel discussion on Apple's recent partnership with major health systems, allowing patients to download their medical records to their iPhone.We discuss what this means for the patient, for the hospitals, and our health care system as a whole on The Business of Health Care. Panelists include: Michael Restuccia, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer at Penn Medicine; Dr. William Hanson, Chief Medical Information Officer at Penn Medicine; and Aneesh Chopra, ...

CMO Spotlight: The First 100 Days

Tue May 01 2018 (51:39)

with Elizabeth Rutledge of American Express and Jay Livingston of BARK/Bark Box

*NEW* Business Radio Monthly Special! CMO Spotlight is by CMOs, for CMOs - and everyone else who wants to know what today’s Chief Marketing Officers are thinking and doing, including where they are investing their time, energy, and resources for the future. Hosts Catharine Hays and Jenny Rooney talk with Elizabeth Rutledge, CMO at American Express, and Jay Livingston, CMO at BARK/Bark Box, about what it's like for a new CMO's first 100 days in the role on CMO Spotlight.

Affordable Housing Policies in 2018

Tue May 01 2018 (20:37)

with Jenny Schuetz of the Brookings Institution

Jenny Schuetz, David M. Rubenstein Fellow in the Metropolitan Policy Program at the Brookings Institution, joins host Sam Chandan to discuss the latest Brookings Institution Report she co-authored, looking at the current housing shortage and how it's influencing home prices and thus people's capacity to become homeowners on The Real Estate Hour.

with Erin Currier

Renters made up thealmost 43 billion US households in2016.As demand for rentals is on the rise, price increases have outpaced median household income growth.According to anewreportfrom the Pew Charitable Trusts, a third of renters are nowspending over 30 percent of there income on rent.Host Dan Loney talks with Erin Currier, Director of Pew's Family Financial Security and Mobility Project and it's Student Borrower Success Project, to discuss these findings and more on Knowledge@Wharton.

MBA Philanthropy: One for the World

Mon Apr 30 2018 (20:29)

with Josh McCann and Kate Epstein

One for the World is a new organization that helps young professionals chose where their charitable donation can have the greatest impact using a rigorous data-driven selection process. Host Dan Loney talks with the two Wharton graduates who co-founded this organization, Josh McCann, Associate Syndications Officer at the International Finance Corporation, andKate Epstein, Engagement Manager at L.E.K. Consulting, to discuss how they are growing their impact and making charitable giving easy and e ...

Brexit Update on Knowledge@Wharton

Mon Apr 30 2018 (27:55)

with Brendan O'Leary and Michelle Egan

Northern Ireland's border with the Republic of Ireland is a major issue asBrexit negotiations continue.The customs union has become a important aspect to Prime MinisterTheresa May's dealings with the House of Lords and with the European Union.Host Dan Loney talks with Brendan O'Leary, Lauder Professor of Political Science at theUniversity of Pennsylvania, and Michelle Egan, Professor in the School of International Service at American University and Global Fellow at the Wilson Center, to discuss ...

French President Macron's US Visit

Mon Apr 30 2018 (25:37)

with Daniel Kelemen and Olivier Chatain

French President Emmanuel Macron is the first leader to make anofficial state visit to the US under the Trump Administration.Host Dan Loney speaks with Daniel Kelemen, Professor of Political Science and Jean Monnet Chair in European Union Politics at Rutgers University, and Olivier Chatain, Associate Professor Strategy and Business Policy Department at HEC Paris anda Senior Fellow at the Mack Institute for Innovation Management at the Wharton School, to discuss what goals Macron has in mind for ...

Wells Fargo Fined $1 Billion US Dollars

Mon Apr 30 2018 (29:07)

with David Zaring, Christopher Peterson & Cindy Schipani

Recently, Wells Fargo bank was recently fined a total of $1 billion dollars to two federal regulators. Host Dan Loney talks with David Zaring, Associate Professor of Legal Studies and Business Ethics at the Wharton School, Christopher Peterson, John J. Flynn Endowed Professor of Law at the University of Utah and former Special Advisor in the Office of the Director at the United States Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and Cindy Schipani, Professor of Business Administration andProfessor of B ...

with Kyle Longley

50 years ago, the United States Congress was trying to cut back on voting rights, housing and welfare regulations, and civil rights and entitlement programs. President, Lyndon B. Johnson was losing the Vietnam War, and Martin Luther King, Jr. and Senator Robert Kennedy were assassinated. Host Dan Loney speaks with Kyle Longley, The Snell Family Dean's Distinguished Professor of History and PoliticalScience at Arizona State University, to discuss his new book, "LBJ's 1968: Power, Politics, and th ...

with Jim Tselikis and Sabin Lomac

An entrepreneurial American Dream come true: Jim Tselikis and Sabin Lomac, Co-Founders of Cousins Maine Lobster, speak with host Dan Loney to share their story of growth and their new book Cousins Maine Lobster: How One Food Truck Became a Multimillion-Dollar Business on Knowledge@Wharton.

The Future of Insurance

Fri Apr 27 2018 (52:42)

with Mark Pitchford of Esurance and Kyle Nakatsuji of Clearcover

Host Christian Terwiesch talks about the current innovation in the insurance world and what the future of insurance could look like with Mark Pitchford, Chief Marketing and Sales Officer at Esurance, and Kyle Nakatsuji, Co-Founder and CEO of Clearcover on Work of Tomorrow.

The History of the Penn Relays

Thu Apr 26 2018 (30:08)

with Director Dave Johnson

Dave Johnson, Director for the Penn Relays, joins host George Perry to discuss the prolific Penn sporting event that features more than 15,000 participants from high schools, colleges, and track clubs throughout North America and abroad, competing in more than 300 events over three days on The Wharton Sports Business Show. Penn Relays 2018 is April 26-28; for more info: http://thepennrelays.com

with Amol Navathe

Amol Navathe, Leonard Davis Institute Senior Fellow and Perelman School of medicine Assistant Professor ofHealth Policy and Medicine at thePerelman School of Medicine, joins host Dan Loney to discuss his new research looking at hospital savings in the first year of hip and knee surgery mandatory bundled payments, explaining how these findings affect health care organizations, clinicians and policy makers on Knowledge@Wharton.

with CEO Marla Beck

Marla Beck, CEO and Co-Founder of Bluemercury Inc., joins host Loren Feldman to discuss how her iconic high-growth luxury beauty retail chain is for disrupting the beauty retailing industry with its creative approach to personalized beauty solutions on Mind Your Business.

Cuba without Castro

Thu Apr 26 2018 (26:19)

with Lillian Guerra, Richard Gioioso, and Gustavo Arnavat

For the first time in nearly 60 years, a Castro is no longer Cuba's head of state. Raul Castro, who tookthe reins from hisbrother Fidel in 2008, officially stepped down last week making way for Miguel Diaz-Canal.Host Dan Loney speaks with Lillian Guerra, Professor of Cuban & Caribbean History at the University of Florida, Richard Gioioso, Director ofLatin American Studies Program at Saint Joseph's University, and Gustavo Arnavat, Senior Adviser for the Center for Strategic and International Stud ...

with Kimberly Burham and Alan Auerbach

Individual tax cuts as outlined in theTax Cuts and Jobs Act, areset to expire at the end of 2025. The newly releasedPennWhartonBudget Model (PWBM)analyseswhat would happen if they are extended to 2040,projecting over $5 trillionincreases ingovernment debtand reductions inGDP during the first 10 years and beyond. Host Dan Loney speaks with Kimberly Burham, Managing Director of Legislation and Special Projects at The PWBM, and Alan Auerbach, Director of the Burch Center for Tax Policy and Public F ...

Starbucks & Racial Bias

Wed Apr 25 2018 (26:38)

with Stephanie Creary, Mary Gilly, and Henry Boyd

Starbucks is trying to get past the fallout from the arrests of two black men who were waiting for a friend, then arrested, in a Philadelphia location last week. The coffee giant announced it will close eight thousand U.S. stores for racial-bias training for its employees. Host Dan Loney speaks with Stephanie Creary, Management Professor at the Wharton School, Mary Gilly, Senior Associate Dean atthe University of California Irvine'sPaul Merage School of Business, and Henry Boyd, Marketing Profes ...

What grade does Wharton Marketing Professor Americus Reed give Starbucks in their brand crisis management strategy? Last week, two African American men were arrested at a local Philadelphia Starbucks on the grounds of trespassing while waiting for a 3rd man to arrive for a business meeting. Starbucks declined to press charges and the men were released, but a national conversation has been ignited over racial discrimination by Starbucks at large. Professor and host Americus Reed dissects the inci ...

Founding VSCO

Tue Apr 24 2018 (51:51)

with CEO and Co-Founder Joel Flory

Joel Flory, CEO and Co-Founder of VSCO, joins host Doug Collom to discuss his Oakland-based photography and social network app on Bay Area Ventures.

President of the Philadelphia 76ers

Chris Heck, President of the Philadelphia 76ers, joins host George Perry to discuss his role of overseeing content, marketing and branding, ticket sales and service, sponsorship sales and activation, innovation strategy and business development for the Philadelphia 76ers on The Wharton Sports Business Show.

Chief Marketing Officer of the Philadelphia 76ers

Katie O’Reilly, Chief Marketing Officer of the Philadelphia 76ers, joins host Dave Reibstein and guest host Suneal Bedi to discuss marketing strategies for the 76ers on Measured Thoughts.

with Sam Harrington

Many of us want to die peacefully alone at home, but since the advent of medical procedures elongating the human life span, our elder population die, often painfully, in cold institutions. Host Dan Loney speaks with retired physician Sam Harrington, who lays out alternative and practical end-of-life steps for older patients’ health care in his new book "At Peace: Choosing a Good Death After a Long Life" on Knowledge@Wharton.

QB Evaluations for the NFL Draft

Fri Apr 20 2018 (18:40)

with Bruce Feldman

Bruce Feldman, Reporter for FOX Sports and Author of "The QB: The Making of Modern Quarterbacks", joins hosts Cade Massey, Eric Bradlow, Shane Jensen, and Adi Wyner to discuss quarterback evaluations of the NFL Draft on Wharton Moneyball.

at the Wharton People Analytics Conference 2018

Women@Work brings you a special interview with Mary Barra, the CEO of General Motors, live from the Wharton People Analytics Conference 2018! Host Laura Zarrow and co-host Adam Grant talk with Mary about her career, (which started at GM as an 18 year old intern!), how GM uses data to help manage employees, and how she supports diversity in the workplace.Barra is one of three women that presented at this year’s Wharton People Analytics Conference. More info: https://wpa.wharton.upenn.edu/conferen ...

with Brendon DeSimone

Brendon DeSimone, Real Estate Expert and Author of "Next Generation Real Estate", joins host Kent Smetters to discuss Spring 2018 real estate trends and traps on The Real Estate Hour.

The Future of Hospitality

Thu Apr 19 2018 (52:22)

with Steven Dominguez of Hyatt Place and Jeff Hurst of HomeAway

Host Christina Terwiesch speaks with Steven Dominguez, Vice President of Global Brands for Hyatt Place and Hyatt House, and Jeff Hurst, Chief Commercial Officer at HomeAway, about the future innovations of the hospitality industry on Work of Tomorrow.

with Joel Schneider and Daphne Hernandez

A new study shows that about 36%of college students go hungry and an equal number lack adequate housing. Host Dan Loney speaks with researches W. Joel Schneider, Professor of Psychological Studies in Education at Temple University and Daphne Hernandez, Professor of Health and Human Performance at University of Houston, to discuss why this happeningand what can be done to help feed and house these students on Knowledge@Wharton.

Restitution for Holocaust Survivors

Wed Apr 18 2018 (20:29)

with Greg Schneider and Kristine Donly

Since 1952, The Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germanybegan its work negotiating payments to the remaining elder survivors and their families. The healthcare and other support has been necessary for the life extension of some of these families. Host Dan Loney speaks with Greg Schneider, Executive Vice President ofThe Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, and Kristine Donly, Deputy Chief Program Officer as well as the Interim Director of the Levine Institute for Holo ...

with Rui Jing Jiang, Philip Williams, Federika Longinotti-Buitoni, and Thomas Cavett

Host Karl Ulrich hosts a very special episode of Launch Pad, speaking to eight semi-finalists from the Penn Wharton Entrepreneurship Startup Challenge.If you’re not familiar, this is where our students spend the year building a company, and then enter our competition where they pitch their company to accomplished investors. They will be competing for 135-thousand dollars in cash and prizes.In Part II, we speak with: Rui Jing Jiang, Avisi Technologies; Philip Williams, Spectrum Scores; Federika L ...

with Haley Russell, Seth Neel, Michael Wong, and Shanel Fields

Host Karl Ulrich hosts a very special episode of Launch Pad, speaking to eight semi-finalists from the Penn Wharton Entrepreneurship Startup Challenge.If you’re not familiar, this is where our students spend the year building a company, and then enter our competition where they pitch their company to accomplished investors. They will be competing for 135-thousand dollars in cash and prizes.In Part I, we speak with: Haley Russell, Chipper Pet Food; Seth Neel, Welligence Energy Analytics; Michael ...

with Lyle Ungar and Jennifer Golbeck

Facebook CEOMark Zuckerberg was on Capital Hill last week where he was grilled by Senators and Congressmen over the Cambridge Analytica scandal. Host Dan Loney speaks with Lyle Ungar, Professor of Computer and Information Science at Penn Engineering, and Jennifer Golbeck, Director of the Social Intelligence Lab and anInformation StudiesProfessorat the University of Maryland, to discuss the information revealed at the hearing and whether regulation is inevitable for social media giants on Knowled ...

with Joshua Meltzer and Ian Sheldon

President Trump is expressing interest in rejoining the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a deal he walked away from last year. The president'strade and tariff battle with China has raised fears and criticismfrom corporations, farmers and others. However, the rest of the members of the TPP have moved on and it may be too late for the US to rejoin. Host Dan Loney talks with Ian Sheldon, Professor of Agricultural Economics and International Trade atOhio StateUniversity,and Joshua Meltzer, Senior Fellow i ...

with Gayle Jennings-O’Byrne

Gayle Jennings-O’Byrne, Founder and CEO of Intent Manifesto, joins hosts Nick Ashburn and Katherine Klein to discuss how her company is now here to educate, inform and raise awareness and support for Women of Color startups to help tap into tremendous opportunities for investors and communitieson Dollars and Change.

with Philip Reed of NerdWallet.com

Philip Reed, Automotive Writer at NerdWallet.com, joins host Kent Smetters to discuss his recent article "Car Negotiating Secrets for People Who Hate Haggling" on Your Money.

with William Hurley and Temitayo Etomi

Host Dan Loney talks with two 2018 Eisenhower Fellows on what issues they're tackling this year on Knowledge@Wharton. William Hurley (US), Founder & CEO of Strangeworks, is utilizing quantum computing to help businesses process and make sense of large amounts of data; Temitayo Etomi (Nigeria), General Manager of Operations at the Lagos State Signage & Advertisement Agency is focusing on youth empowerment marketing - helping students work and learn while they're young to be prepared for life afte ...

with Lauren Smith Brody

Lauren Smith Brody, Founder of The Fifth Trimester movement, joins host Laura Zarrow to discuss her new book "The Fifth Trimester: The Working Mom’s Guide to Style, Sanity and Success After Baby" on Women@Work.

TEDxPenn: CHOP Conjoined Twins Surgery

Wed Apr 11 2018 (25:01)

with Dr. Gregory Heuer and Dr. Alison Perate of CHOP

One and a half years ago, CHOP surgeons separated conjoined twins, who are doing very well home in North Carolina. Host Dan Loney speaks with Dr. Gregory Heuer, Attending Neurosurgeon in the Division of Neurosurgery at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, and Dr. Alison Perate, Anesthesiologist with the Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, who were on the case to discuss how 3D printing was used in this successful surgery on Knowledg ...

Marketing and Fine Arts

Wed Apr 11 2018 (53:05)

with Sasha Koozel Reibstein and Jennifer Zwilling

Host Dave Reibstein and guest host Suneal Bedi talk with Sasha Koozel Reibstein, Director of the Boehm Gallery and Professor at Palomar College, and Jennifer Zwilling, Curator of Artistic Programs at The Clay Studio in Philadelphia, about marketing the arts on Measured Thoughts.

with Philip Rea, Mark Pauly, and Lawton R. Burns

Hosts Nicolaj Siggelkow and Harbir Singh talk with the authors of the new book “Managing Discovery in the Life Sciences: Harnessing Creativity to Drive Biomedical Innovation” on Mastering Innovation. Authors are: Philip Rea, Professor of Biology at the University of Pennsylvania, Mark Pauly, Professor of Health Care Management and of Business Economics and Public Policy at the Wharton School, and Lawton R Burns (Rob), Professor of Health Care Management at the Wharton School.

Choosing an Executive Coach

Tue Apr 10 2018 (09:14)

with Dr. Richard Marcus

Business Radio Insights: Dr. Richard Marcus, Psychologist and Executive Coach, joins host Dr. Dawn Graham to discuss how people can find help in their career and their personal life by enlisting the help of a Therapist, Life Coach, or Career Coach on Career Talk.

with Erica Volini

Erica Volini, US Human Capital leader for Deloitte Consulting at Deloitte, joins host Peter Cappelli to discuss Deloitte's Global Human Capital Trends Report for 2018 on In the Workplace.

Impact of Immigration Policies on Farms

Mon Apr 09 2018 (21:46)

with Philip Martin and Beth Lyon

Host Dan Loney speaks with Philip Martin, Professor Emeritus of UC-Davis Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Chair of the Comparative Immigration and Integration Program at the University of California, and Beth Lyon, Clinical Professor of Law and Assistant Director of Clinical, Advocacy and Skills Program at Cornell Law School, to discuss the Trump Administration's recent crack down on immigration laws and how that could affect the farming industry's workforce on Knowledge@Wha ...

with Gene Marks

Gene Marks, Owner of The Marks Group PC, joins host Loren Feldman to discuss Apps that can help small business owners on Mind Your Business.

Expanded China Trade Tariffs

Mon Apr 09 2018 (24:23)

with Jacques DeLisle and Matt Gold

Host Dan Loney talks with a panel of experts about the how China and the US have been raising taxes on certain trade products in light of the back and forth over the trade deficit the US has with China on Knowledge@Wharton. Panelists include: Jacques DeLisle, Stephen A. Cozen Professor of Law & Professor of Political Science and Director of the Center for East Asian Studies at the University of Pennsylvania, and Matt Gold, Adjunct Professor of Law at Fordham University School of Law and a Former ...

South Korea Trade Update

Mon Apr 09 2018 (27:16)

with Matt Gold, Michael Gadbaw, and Marina Whitman

Host Dan Loney leads a discussion on the Trump Administration's recent Trade Agreement with South Korea on Knowledge@Wharton. Panelists include: Matt Gold, Adjunct Professor of Law at Fordham University School of Law and aformer Deputy AssistantU.S. Trade Representative for North America, Michael Gadbaw, Distinguished Senior Fellow at Georgetown University's Institute of International Economic Law andanAdjunct Professor of Law at Georgetown University Law Center, and Marina Whitman, Professor of ...

with Michael Eichenwald, Advisory Leader at LRN

Michael Eichenwald, Advisory Leader at LRN, joins hosts Peter Cappelli and Dan O'Meara to discuss how LRN's research has shown "Nearly 80% of Big-Company Employees Say Their Bosses are NOT Moral Leaders, and 59% say the Business Would Perform Better if They Were" and we look at why these business leaders are not meeting their employee's ethical standards on In the Workplace.

The Importance of Curbside Recycling

Fri Apr 06 2018 (27:52)

with Keefe Harrison, CEO of the Recycling Partnership

Keefe Harrison, CEO of the Recycling Partnership, joins host Sherryl Kuhlman and Sandi Hunt to discuss how she's working to improve curbside recycling on Dollars and Change.

Facebook's Recent Brand Crisis

Thu Apr 05 2018 (23:19)

with Steve Wanzcyk, Braithwaite Communications

Steve Wanzcyk, Associate Vice President at Braithwaite Communications, joins host Americus Reed to discuss recent brand crises at Facebook on Marketing Matters.

Deep Dive: High Frequency Trading

Thu Apr 05 2018 (53:45)

with Alex Sadowski and David Babulak of Strongpoint Holdings

Alex Sadowksi, Former Deputy General Counsel of Global Head of Compliance and Head of Business Development at KCG Holdings, and David Babulak, Managing Member of Strongpoint Holdings, LLC, joins hosts Jeremy Schwartz and Wesley Gray to discuss High Frequency Trading on Behind the Markets.

with Jeff Knueppel, CEO of Septa, and Florian Reuter, CEO of Volocopter

What's next for the transportation industry? What innovations are happening right now that could dramatically shift our landscape? Host Christian Terwiesch talks with Jeff Knueppel,General Manager of SEPTA (Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority), and Florian Reuter, CEO of Volocopter, to discuss flying taxis and public transportation on Work of Tomorrow.

with Founder & CEO Aaron Shapiro

Aaron Shapiro, Founder and CEO of Huge, joins host Dave Reibstein to discuss how Huge helps companies measure marketing metrics to reimagine how they interact with their customers and manage their businesses in the digital economy on Measured Thoughts.

Diversity in Leadership and Tech

Tue Apr 03 2018 (53:38)

with Malik Majeed, Danielle Cohn, and Maya Baratz

Host Saikat Chaudhuri talks with Malik Majeed, President and CEO of PRWT Services, Danielle Cohn, Director of Entrepreneur Engagement for Comcast, and Maya Baratz, Managing Director of the Comcast NBCUniversal LIFT Labs Accelerator Powered by Techstars to learn more about innovation within their industries and their thoughts on Diversity in leadership and Tech on Mastering Innovation.

with Patrick Talty, GM of the US Bank Stadium

Patrick Talty, General Manager of US Bank Stadium, joins host George Perry to discuss how the stadium made the major preparations to take on hosting the 2018 Super Bowl and how they are already preparing to host the 2019 NCAA Final Four next year on The Wharton Sports Business Show.https://www.usbankstadium.com/

Hon. Joseph R. Biden Jr., 47th Vice President of The United States and Benjamin Franklin Presidential Practice Professor at the University of Pennsylvania

Business Radio Special: Penn President Amy Gutmann sits down with Hon. Joseph R. Biden Jr., 47th Vice President of The United States and Benjamin Franklin Presidential Practice Professor at the University of Pennsylvania, to discuss some of the current issues facing the US in early 2018, such as gun control, the income gap, voter participation, and more on this special Business Radio presentation brought to you by The University of Pennsylvania, Penn Office of the President, and the Penn Biden C ...

hosted by Wharton Prof Cade Massey

Business Radio Special: Host Cade Massey broadcasts Live from the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference 2018, where he discusses the current state of sports analytics with big names in the industry such as ESPN, Golden State Warriors, Twitter, and Media Action Network. Interviewees: Mina Kimes, On-Air Personality ESPN; Dean Oliver, Author of Basketball on Paper; Sandy Weil, Head of Analytics, Kroenke Sports; Kurt Lacob, Assistant GM of the Golden State Warriors; Brian Burke, Senior Statistical A ...

If you are from the Philadelphia area or are a Philadelphia Eagles fan, you know Merrill Reese's voice - he has been doing play by play commentating for the Eagles since 1977. Merrill joins hosts Anne Greenhalgh and Mike Useem on to discuss his career and how it felt to watch the Eagles win their first Superbowl in 2018 on Leadership in Action.

with CEO Bill Golderer

Bill Golderer, CEO of United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey, joins hosts Katherine Klein and Sandi Hunt to discuss how United Way will be moving forward in it's mission to end intergenerational poverty in the region on Dollars and Change.

The Future of Law Enforcement

Thu Mar 29 2018 (53:05)

with Peter Newsham and Tom Joyce

Chief Peter Newsham, Chief of Police for Washington D.C., and Tom Joyce, VP Business Development at Vigilant Solutions, join host Christian Terwiesch to discuss the future of law enforcement and current innovations in the industry on Work of Tomorrow.

JR Hildebrand, Professional Indycar Driver and Lecturer at Stanford,joins host Rob Coneybeer to discuss his experience as a self-driving car tester and education advocate on Launch Pad.

US Mortgage Outlook

Wed Mar 28 2018 (23:14)

with Mortgage Bankers Association's Mike Fratantoni

Host Sam Chandan talks with Michael Fratantoni, Chief Economist and Senior Vice President of Research and Industry Technology at the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA), to discuss the US mortgage outlook for 2018 on the Real Estate Hour.

with Carlos Suarez Carrasquillo and Carla Minet

It's been 6 months since Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico and knocked out all power, on top of many casualties. Is Puerto Rico back up and running? Host Dan Loney talks with Carlos Suarez Carrasquillo, Lecturer in the Department of Political Science and International Studies Program at the University of Florida and Carla Minet, Journalist and Executive Director of the Center for Investigative Journalism in Puerto Rico, to discuss the current state of Puerto Rico and it's restoration efforts so fa ...

Top 70 Companies for Executive Women

Tue Mar 27 2018 (52:54)

with Subha Barry

The National Association for Female Executives (NFAE) released a report earlier this month listing the top 70 companies for executive women.Host Laura Zarrow talks with Subha Barry, Senior Vice President and Managing Director at Working Mother Media, to shine a light on companies that promote and support female executives as highlighted in the report on Women@Work.

hosted by Wharton Prof Cade Massey

Business Radio Special: Cade Massey is Live from the Wharton People Analytics Conference 2018, where he interviews attendees about what data influences organizations when making employee decisions such as hiring/firing, organizational structure, assessing culture, etc. Interviewees: Elena Botelho, Partner at ghSMART and Author of "The CEO Next Door"; Steve Kaplan, Professor of Entrepreneurship and Finance at University of Chicago's Booth School of Business; Brad Grant, VP of Baseball Operations, ...

President Trump's New Opioid Plan

Mon Mar 26 2018 (24:15)

with Dr. Evan Anderson & Dr. Anita Gupta

President Trump revealed a new plan to tackle the opioid crisis in the US: offering the death penalty to certain drug dealers responsible for hundreds of deaths via their illegal distribution of these drugs. Host Dan Loney talks with Dr. Evan Anderson, Senior Lecturer at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing and Senior Fellow at Penn's Center for Public Health Initiatives (CPHI), and Dr. Anita Gupta, Princeton University Fellow at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International ...

Wharton Finance Professor Jeremy Siegel, Host of Behind the Markets, leads a discussion with Janet L. Yellen,Distinguished Fellow at The Hutchins Center on Fiscal and Monetary Policy at the Brookings Institution and Former Chair of the Board of the Governors of the Federal Reserve System, as brought to you by the Howard Crawley Memorial Lecture Series at the University of Pennsylvania.

Australia hasn’t had a mass shooting event since …

Australia hasn’t had a mass shooting event since 1996, after a law was introduced to curb firearm deaths. Requirements owning a gun were strengthened, including a 28 days wait period, an extensive background check, and only handguns available to citizens. Host Dan Loney talks with Postdoctoral Researchers at Wharton’s Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics’ Ben Ukert and Elena Andreyeva, who are looking at long-term prevention of firearm injuries in their paper, “Association Between Gun Law ...

The End of the CMO with Brad Grossman

Fri Mar 23 2018 (24:41)

Brad Grossman, Founder and CEO of Zeitguide, join…

Brad Grossman, Founder and CEO of Zeitguide, joins host Americus Reed to discuss marketing trends noted in this year’s Zeitguide report, including the potential end of the CMO, on Maketing Matters.

Jeff Pfeffer, Stanford University Professor, join…

Jeff Pfeffer, Stanford University Professor, joins host Stew Friedman to discuss this question and more, addressed in his new book "Dying for a Paycheck" on Work and Life.

The Penn Wharton Budget Model's dynamic analysis …

The Penn Wharton Budget Model's dynamic analysis of investment in public infrastructure was released following the White House release of President Trump's plans. Recently the administration criticized the PWBM's calling it "flawed" and suggesting "one cannot help but question whether the authors who produced it had any bias.” Host Dan Loney speaks with Kent Smetters, Professor of Business Economics and Public Policy at the Wharton School and Faculty Director of the PWBM, to discuss how PWBM has ...

Ed Marcum, Managing Director of Humanity United, …

Ed Marcum, Managing Director of Humanity United, joins hosts Sandi Hunt and Katherine Klein to discuss the foundation's dedication to bringing new approaches to global problems that have long been considered intractable on Dollars and Change.

SEC Charges Theranos Founder with Fraud

Thu Mar 22 2018 (27:12)

The Securities and Exchange Commission announced …

The Securities and Exchange Commission announced it had charged Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes with fraud. Under an agreement the former billionaire startup founder is stripped of her voting control of the company, banned from being an offer or directed of any public company for at least a decade and required to pay a $500k penalty. Host Dan Loney talks with Wayne Guay, Professor of Accounting at the University of Pennsylvania, and James Angel, Professor at Georgetown University's McDonough S ...

Recently, the U.S. Supreme Court decided a case o…

Recently, the U.S. Supreme Court decided a case on protection of corporate ‘whistleblowers.’ According to the unanimous vote of Digital Realty Trust, Inc. V. Somers, employees may now go straight to the Securities and Exchange Commission instead of their internal organizational channels to complain about corporate misdeeds. Host Dan Loney speaks with Joseph Sirbak, Labor Attorney at Cozen O'Connor, to discuss his views on this case and how qualifying as a ‘whistleblower’ is hard to define on Kno ...

The Economist has a new report on the changing ca…

The Economist has a new report on the changing car/AV/tech industries, congestion, city planning safety, policymakers and the vision required to make them work. Host Dan Loney speaks to the author of this report Tom Standage, Deputy Editor/Head of Digital Strategy for The Economist, to go over key findings on Knowledge@Wharton.

Comcast is offering $31Billion for the British sa…

Comcast is offering $31Billion for the British satellite broadcast company Sky, outbidding Fox's bid. Host Dan Loney talks with Hemant Bhargava, Professor of Technology Management at UC Davis, Randall Smith, Professor at the University of Missouri School of Journalism, and Ian Whittaker, Head of European Media Research at Liberum Capital Limited, to discuss why the Sky is so valuable to both entertainment giants on Knowledge@Wharton.

President Trump announced plans for steel and alu…

President Trump announced plans for steel and aluminum tariffs last week. The decision has been widely criticized by economists, law makers and academics, among others as a move that could hurt many other American industries and lead us into a trade war. Host Dan Loney talks with Jeremy Siegel, Russell E. Palmer Professor of Finance at Wharton, and Matt Gold, Former Deputy Assistant U.S. Trade Representative for North America and Adjunct Professor at Fordham University School of Law, to discuss ...

Marc de Grandpre, General Manager of the New York…

Marc de Grandpre, General Manager of the New York Red Bulls and Red Bull Arena, joins host George Perry to discuss how he came to be GM and what changes have evolved for the NYRB and Major League Soccer on The Wharton Sports Business Show.

Nick Goepper, two-time Olympian, and most recentl…

Nick Goepper, two-time Olympian, and most recently Silver Medalist in Men’s Ski Slope, joins hosts Cade Massey, Adi Wyner, Eric Bradlow, and Shane Jensen to discuss his career and overall strategies for skiing competitions on Wharton Moneyball.

Corporations have been cutting ties with gun orga…

Corporations have been cutting ties with gun organizations like the NRA in the aftermath of the mass murder at Marjory Stonemason Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. This move has come after survivors of the shootings launched the #NeverAgain campaign against lawmakers who have taken money from the NRA and fight all gun legislation. Host Dan Loney talks with Eric Orts, Director of Wharton's Initiative for Global Environmental Leadership, and Brian Berkey and Robert Hughes, both Legal Stud ...

Hosts Peter Cappelli, Professor of Management and…

Hosts Peter Cappelli, Professor of Management and Director of the Center for Human Resources at The Wharton School, and Dan O'Meara, Shareholder in the Philadelphia office of Ogletree Deakins, discuss the cause and effect of right-to-work states on workforce unions including the aspect of "fair share" fees on In the Workplace.

The top winners in the Italian elections was the …

The top winners in the Italian elections was the Eurosceptic and populist Five Star Movement. Having won just a third of the vote, they will now form a center-right alliance. Host Dan Loney talks with Francesca Vassallo, Political Science Professor at the University of Southern Maine, and Filippo Taddei, Director of the Bologna Institute for Policy Research at the SAIS Europe Johns Hopkins University, to analyze the results and where this puts the European Union on Knowledge@Wharton.

Pat Harker, President and Chief Executive Officer…

Pat Harker, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia and Former Dean of The Wharton School, joins hosts Peter Cappelli and Dan O'Meara to discuss his take on the job market in the current economy on In the Workplace.

Wharton Professors Barbara Kahn and Americus Reed…

Wharton Professors Barbara Kahn and Americus Reed, hosts of Marketing Matters, discuss the recent move by numerous companies to take a public stance against the NRA in light of recent shootings in America.

Jonathan A.J. Wilson PhD, Professor at GSM London…

Jonathan A.J. Wilson PhD, Professor at GSM London & Hult International Business School and Founding Partner of the brand strategy firm, Dragonfly Black, joins hosts Barbara Kahn and Americus Reed to discuss multicultural marketing and his research on ethnic markets and specifically, the Islamic market, on Marketing Matters.

Thomas Bowman, Lead Research Chef at JUST, Hampto…

Thomas Bowman, Lead Research Chef at JUST, Hampton Creek, joins host Christian Terwiesch to discuss their mission to use clean and sustainable ways to produce meat and seafood without slaughtering animals on Work of Tomorrow.

Business Radio Insights: Jenna Fisher, Global Cor…

Business Radio Insights: Jenna Fisher, Global Corporate Officers Sector Leader at Russell Reynolds Associates, joins host Stew Friedman to discuss the impact of job changes and relocating on families on Work and Life.

Wharton Undergrad Startup: Paytronage

Thu Mar 01 2018 (30:51)

Host Dan Loney talks with Wharton undergrads Zach…

Host Dan Loney talks with Wharton undergrads Zach Pelka (W'17) and Connor Swofford (W'16), about their new startup Paytronage, a platform that connects investors with clients to facilitate the formation and funding of Income Share Agreements. They hope they will function as an alternative to student loans, allowing students to leverage their future earnings for funding for their education. Paytronage essentially provides an interface between loan providers and loan takers, making this process ea ...

Patty McCord, a Former Netflix Executive, joins h…

Patty McCord, a Former Netflix Executive, joins hosts Jeff Klein, Mike Useem, and Anne Greenhalgh to discuss her new book "POWERFUL: Building a Culture of Freedom and Responsibility" on Leadership in Action.

Annie Duke, a Former Professional Poker Player, j…

Annie Duke, a Former Professional Poker Player, joins hosts Jeremy Schwartz and Wes Gray to discuss her book "Thinking in Bets: Making Smarter Decisions When You Don’t Have All the Facts" and how you can use poker strategies for investing decisions on Behind the Markets.

Amy Jennings, Partner, Executive Compensation Pra…

Amy Jennings, Partner, Executive Compensation Practice at Radford, and Amanda Benincasa, Associate Director at Aon Equity Services, join hosts Peter Cappelli and Dan O'Meara to discuss how the recently revised US Tax Code under the Trump Administration will influence executive and employee pay on In the Workplace.

A new report by the Center for American Progress …

A new report by the Center for American Progress (CAP) looks at structural racism pervasive in U.S. history responsible for the growing racial wealth gap in America, and proposes how to fight it by helping families build savings, reduce debt, and have equitable access to education and employment. Host Dan Loney speaks to two of the authors of that report, Angela Hanks, Director of Workforce Development Policy at CAP, and Christian Weller, CAP Senior Fellow for Economics, to discuss the targeted ...

Racial discrimination in lending is keeping many …

Racial discrimination in lending is keeping many African Americans and Latinos from the “American Dream.” An analysis of 61 metro areas shows modern-day redlining even when adjusting for applicants' income, loan amount and neighborhood, according to analysis of Reveal from the Center for Investigative Reporting. Host Dan Loney talks with Aaron Glantz, Senior Reporter at Reveal, to discuss his investigative story on Knowledge@Wharton.

Kurt Brenkus, Founder and CEO of Indigenous Pact,…

Kurt Brenkus, Founder and CEO of Indigenous Pact, and Bob Kershner, VP of Provider Program at Indigenous Pact, join hosts Nick Ashburn and Sherryl Kuhlman to discuss their mission to create health equality for 2.2 million American Indians and Alaska Natives by putting a health card in every tribal members pocket for a streamlined healthcare experience on Dollars and Change.

Dr. Dawn Graham, Director of Career Management fo…

Dr. Dawn Graham, Director of Career Management for The Wharton School’s Executive MBA program, Author of upcoming book "Switchers: The Smart Professional’s Guide to Changing Careers and Seizing Success", and host of Career Talk on Business Radio joins host Laura Zarrow to discuss tips on how women (and men) can re-enter the workforce after taking time off, and general tips on changing careers on Women@Work.

Monica Martinez, Founder of Don Bugito, joins hos…

Monica Martinez, Founder of Don Bugito, joins host Karl Ulrich to discuss the future of snacking: her company makes snack food from insects! Karl takes a bite on air - hear the verdict on Launch Pad.

Today, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments…

Today, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in a case that is being viewed the biggest threat to labor unions in years. Janus v American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees union will determine whether public-sector workers can opt out of paying union "fair share" fees. Host Dan Loney talks with William Brucher, Professor at Rutgers University School of Management and Labor Relations, and Daniel DiSalvo, Professor of Political Science at City College of New York–CUNY Colin ...

Rich Kleiman, Manager for NBA Golden State Warrio…

Rich Kleiman, Manager for NBA Golden State Warriors' Kevin Durant, as well as his Co-Founder and Business Partner in The Durant Company and Thirty Five Media, joins host George Perry to discuss his career in management and his business partnership with Kevin Durant on The Wharton Sports Business Show.

Special counsel Robert Mueller announced the indi…

Special counsel Robert Mueller announced the indictments of 13 Russians for intervening in the 2016 presidential elections. The move also detailed their manipulation of social media sites like Facebook and Twitter. Host Dan Loney talks with William Burke-White, Professor of Law and Inaugural Director of Perry World House at the University of Pennsylvania, and Jennifer Golbeck, Director of the Social Intelligence Lab at the University of Maryland, to discuss how Russia was able to do this, what m ...

Host Jeff Voigt discusses the promise and progres…

Host Jeff Voigt discusses the promise and progress of cancer vaccines, T cell therapy success and limitations, and how oncologists can use these potential tools in the treatment and prevention of cancer on The Business of Health Care. Panelists: Robert H. Vonderheide, MD, DPhil, Director of the Abramson Cancer Center of the University of Pennsylvania and the John H. Glick MD Abramson Cancer Center’s Professor in Penn’s Perelman School of Medicine. Gerald P. Linette, MD, PhD, Professor of Medi ...

Mike Davis, CEO of USGA, joins hosts George Perry…

Mike Davis, CEO of USGA, joins hosts George Perry and Ken Shropshire to discuss his tenure at USGA and the current state of the game of golf on The Wharton Sports Business Show.

Work of Tomorrow: Retail Banking

Fri Feb 23 2018 (53:52)

Bill Demchak, CEO of PNC Bank, and Chris Britt, C…

Bill Demchak, CEO of PNC Bank, and Chris Britt, CEO of Chime, join host Christian Terwiesch to discuss the trends and future of the consumer banking industry on Work of Tomorrow.

Mastering Innovation Host Saikat Chaudhuri talks …

Mastering Innovation Host Saikat Chaudhuri talks with Penn students Henry Zhou, C’18, and Michael Lee, W’18, about their project Cellview Sciences, which took home this year’s Y-Prize, an annual competition at the University of Pennsylvania where students compete to use emerging technology created here at Penn. Ellen Naruse, W’18 is also in Cellview Sciences, who could not be with us on air. More Info: https://www.wharton.upenn.edu/story/biomedical-innovation-dominates-the-y-prize-finale/

Gary Burnison, CEO of Korn Ferry, a global organi…

Gary Burnison, CEO of Korn Ferry, a global organizational consulting firm, joins host Dr. Dawn Graham to discuss his book "Lose the Resume, Land the Job" on Career Talk. More Info: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B079K9WCB5/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1

Christine Porath, Associate Professor at the McDo…

Christine Porath, Associate Professor at the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University, joins host Stew Friedman to discuss how to deal with "mean" people at work and improve a toxic work environment as outlined in her book "Mastering Civility: A Manifesto for the Workplace" on Work and Life.

Former Phillies player Ryan Howard and Wayne Kimm…

Former Phillies player Ryan Howard and Wayne Kimmel, Venture Capitalist, join host Dan Loney to discuss their sports tech firm SeventySix Capital. The fund invests in sports, retail, and wellness tech start ups. We hear about what the company offers athletes looking for life after professional sports on Knowledge@Wharton.

Google launched an ad-blocker for its Chrome web …

Google launched an ad-blocker for its Chrome web browser which will reportedly prevent intrusive advertisements, such as pop-up, noisy and full screen ones as determined by the Coalition for Better Ads. Given the sites’ dependency on sponsors, critics are questioning how effective this will be, particularly as Google may try to keep Chrome users from downloading third party ad-blocker software. Andrea Matwyshyn, Professor of Law and Computer Science at Northeastern University, and Zubair Shafiq ...

Jay Goltz, Founder and CEO of The Goltz Group, jo…

Jay Goltz, Founder and CEO of The Goltz Group, joins host Loren Feldman to discuss the ins and outs of running a business with your spouse/partner on Mind Your Business.

Couples and Money with Dr. Brad Klontz

Tue Feb 20 2018 (23:16)

Dr. Brad Klontz, a Financial Psychologist and Co-…

Dr. Brad Klontz, a Financial Psychologist and Co-Founder of Your Mental Weath, joins host Kent Smetters to discuss money and relationships: some of the biggest issues couples face and how to work through them on Your Money.

John Paul MacDuffie, Professor of Management at t…

John Paul MacDuffie, Professor of Management at the Wharton School and Director of the Program on Vehicle and Mobility Innovation (PVMI) at Wharton's Mack Institute for Innovation Management, and Eric Goldman, Professor of Law and Director of the High Tech Law Institute at Santa Clara University School of Law join host Dan Loney to discuss the recent $245 Million settlement of Uber & Waymo on Knowledge@Wharton.

Brandi Halls, Director of Brand Communications at…

Brandi Halls, Director of Brand Communications at LUSH Fresh Handmade Cosmetics, joins hosts Barbara Kahn and Americus Reed to discuss LUSH’s LGBTQ-inclusive Valentine campaigns and how the brand is empowered to take a stand on social issues on Marketing Matters.

Shaz Kahng, Former Senior Executive at Nike, join…

Shaz Kahng, Former Senior Executive at Nike, joins host Dave Reibstein to discuss her new book "The Closer", part of a new fiction series called "Ceiling Smashers" about being a female minority executive, on Measured Thoughts.

Christina Farr, Technology and Health Reporter fo…

Christina Farr, Technology and Health Reporter for CNBC.com, joins host Pratyusha Yalamanchi to discuss what the recent Amazon, JPMorgan Chase, and Berkshire Hathaway partnership could mean for the larger healthcare industry on The Business of Health Care.

The national dialogue around sexual harassment is…

The national dialogue around sexual harassment is a watershed moment for our time—and if this moment has taught us one thing, it is that this isn’t just a female problem. It’s also a male problem. So how can we open a dialogue? Joanne Lipman, Former Chief Content Officer at Gannett, joins host Laura Zarrow to discuss her new book addressing how to approach this all-important discussion: "That’s What She Said: What Men Need to Know (and Women Need to Tell Them) About Working Together" on Women@Wo ...

Hosts Ken Shropshire and George Perry talk to Bob…

Hosts Ken Shropshire and George Perry talk to Bob Bowlsby, Commissioner of the BIG12 Conference, one of the nation’s premier athletic conferences, on The Wharton Sports Business Show.

Anthony Davenport, Founder and CEO of Regal Finan…

Anthony Davenport, Founder and CEO of Regal Financial credit management firm, joins host Professor Kent Smetters to discuss his new book "Your Score: An Insider's Secrets to Understanding, Controlling, and Protecting Your Credit Score" on Your Money.

Reilly P. Brennan, General Partner at Trucks Vent…

Reilly P. Brennan, General Partner at Trucks Venture Capital and Lecturer at Stanford University, joins host Rob Coneybeer to discuss his seed-stage venture capital fund for entrepreneurs changing the future of transportation with new technology on Launch Pad.

Steve Wanczyk, Associate Vice President at Braith…

Steve Wanczyk, Associate Vice President at Braithwaite Communications, joins hosts Barbara Kahn and Americus Reed to discuss the latest brand crises: This Is Us/Crock Pot and Tide Pods (folks, don't eat them!) on Marketing Matters.

The Future of the Radiology Industry

Fri Feb 09 2018 (53:15)

Host Christian Terwiesch talks with Alice Chong, …

Host Christian Terwiesch talks with Alice Chong, Chief of Breast Imaging at Pennsylvania Hospital, and Prashant Warier, CEO of Qure.ai, about the future of the Radiology Industry on Work of Tomorrow.

Alex Roy, famous Endurance Driver, Editor-at-Larg…

Alex Roy, famous Endurance Driver, Editor-at-Large for The Drive, and Co-Host of The Autonocast, joins host Rob Coneybeer to discuss the self-driving car industry on Launch Pad.

Todd Steussie, Former NFL All Pro Offensive Linem…

Todd Steussie, Former NFL All Pro Offensive Lineman, Co-Founder of PotentiaMetrics, and President of PotentiaPRO, joins hosts Eric Bradlow, Shane Jensen, and Adi Wyner to discuss his NFL career and how he transitioned into a career in analytics on Wharton Moneyball.

Last week the U.S. Treasury Department released a…

Last week the U.S. Treasury Department released a list of influential Russians who could face sanctions given their close relationship to the Kremlin. The list was mandated by the Countering America's Adversaries Though Sanctions Act of 2017 and included 96 wealthy business executives in addition to over a hundred government officials. Host Dan Loney talks with Philip Nichols, Business Ethics Professor at The Wharton School, and Mitchell Orenstein, Professor and Chair of Russian and East Europea ...

Scott Kelly, Retired Astronaut, Former Military F…

Scott Kelly, Retired Astronaut, Former Military Fighter Pilot, and Retired U.S. Navy Captain, joins hosts Jeff Klein and Anne Grennhalgh to discuss his new memoir, "Endurance: A Year in Space, a Lifetime of Discovery". Scott Kelly is a veteran of four space flights, commanded the International Space Station (ISS) on three expeditions and holds the record for the total accumulated number of days spent in space, the single longest space mission by an American astronaut. Learn more about his stella ...

Karen Garrette, Global Retail Industry Director a…

Karen Garrette, Global Retail Industry Director at Microsoft, joins hosts Barbara Kahn and Americus Reed to discuss her experience at NRF 2018: Retail’s Big Show, and the future of retail technology (National Retail Federation) on Marketing Matters.

Kurt Simon, Senior Director of Brand Marketing at…

Kurt Simon, Senior Director of Brand Marketing at Kellogg, joins host Dave Reibstein to discuss their new flavor-stacking campaign, debuting Pringles' first ever Superbowl Commercial (Super Bowl LII) starring Bill Hader, on Measured Thoughts. See the Commercial Here: https://www.ispot.tv/ad/waoZ/pringles-super-bowl-2018-wow-featuring-bill-hader

Doug Collom and Irina Yuen host a special Bay Are…

Doug Collom and Irina Yuen host a special Bay Area Ventures interviewing teams that recently graduated from the Wharton Venture Initiation Accelerator Program (VIP) for Bay Area startups. Wharton VIPs Cory Bray and Hilmon Sorey, Co-Founders of Clozeloop, a knowledge management platform for sales teams.

Doug Collom and Irina Yuen host a special Bay Are…

Doug Collom and Irina Yuen host a special Bay Area Ventures interviewing teams that recently graduated from the Wharton Venture Initiation Accelerator Program (VIP) for Bay Area startups. Wharton VIPs Margot Schmorak & David Jacoby are Co-Founders of Hostfully, a venture-funded startup in the vacation rental space.

Doug Collom and Irina Yuen host a special Bay Are…

Doug Collom and Irina Yuen host a special Bay Area Ventures interviewing teams that recently graduated from the Wharton Venture Initiation Accelerator Program (VIP) for Bay Area startups. Wharton VIP Fahad Jalal, the Founder and CEO of SitterFriends, a childcare service that provides on-demand nannies and babysitters.

Doug Collom and Irina Yuen host a special Bay Are…

Doug Collom and Irina Yuen host a special Bay Area Ventures interviewing teams that recently graduated from the Wharton Venture Initiation Accelerator Program (VIP) for Bay Area startups. Wharton VIP Joanne Jiang, Co-Founder of LadyMarry, a virtual wedding planner app that helps you plan your big day.

Founding Reddit with CTO Chris Slowe

Fri Feb 02 2018 (54:02)

Chris Slowe, Chief Technology Officer and Foundin…

Chris Slowe, Chief Technology Officer and Founding Engineer at Reddit, joins hosts Doug Collom and Irina Yuen to discuss his career and how Reddit was founded on Bay Area Ventures.

Last week, Amazon Go opened its doors in Seattle …

Last week, Amazon Go opened its doors in Seattle with cameras and sensors instead of cashiers, shopping carts or checkout lines. Host Dan Loney talks with Barbara Kahn, Professor of Marketing at The Wharton School, and Ryan Hamilton, Professor of Marketing at the Goizueta Business School at Emory University to discuss how this store could define the future of retail on Knowledge@Wharton.

Dr. Bon Ku, Assistant Dean for Health and Design …

Dr. Bon Ku, Assistant Dean for Health and Design at Jefferson University and TEDx Speaker, joins hosts Katherine Klein and Sherryl Kuhlman to discuss how JeffDESIGN (College Design Track) teaches students to apply design thinking to solve healthcare challenges and redesign healthcare systems, services, spaces and medical devices on Dollars and Change.

Home Depot became the latest business to offer it…

Home Depot became the latest business to offer its employees bonuses allegedly in response to the tax overhaul. Host Dan Loney talks with Alan Auerbach, Director of the Burch Center for Tax Policy and Public Finance at the University of California Berkeley, and Daniel Hemel, Professor at the University of Chicago Law School to discuss why corporations are passing out bonuses instead of raising wages and the financial impact of the new law on Knowledge@Wharton.

Damon Jones, Assistant Professor at the Harris Sc…

Damon Jones, Assistant Professor at the Harris School of Public Policy at the University of Chicago, joins hosts Peter Cappelli and Ivan Barankay to discuss his latest study "What Do Workplace Wellness Programs Do?" on In the Workplace.

A new comprehensive report by the national Academ…

A new comprehensive report by the national Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine, concludes vaping e-cigarettes containing nicotine can be addictive. It also states this may put teenagers who use them at a high risk of smoking. Host Dan Loney talks with Adam Leventhal, Author of this report and Director of the University of California's Health, Emotion & Addiction Laboratory, and David Savitz, Professor of Epidemiology at Brown University School of Public Health who helped put this re ...

Adam Kingsbury, Head Coach of the Canadian Olympi…

Adam Kingsbury, Head Coach of the Canadian Olympic Women’s Curling Team, joins hosts Cade Massey, Shane Jensen, Adi Wyner, and Eric Bradlow to discuss the sport of curling, from analytics to preparation for the Olympics on Wharton Moneyball.

Aaron Terrazas, Senior Economist at Zillow, joins…

Aaron Terrazas, Senior Economist at Zillow, joins host Sam Chandan to discuss what’s ahead for the real estate market in 2018, some of the barriers to continued growth—including a lack of inventory, and his thoughts on Amazon HQ2's city selection process on The Real Estate Hour.

The Trump Administration recently announced that …

The Trump Administration recently announced that it will impose a 30 percent tariff on imported solar panels. Host Dan Loney talks with Mauro Guillen, Director of Wharton's Lauder Institute, and Matt Gold, Adjunct Professor of Law at Fordham University School of Law and Former Deputy Assistant U.S. Trade Representative, to discuss the tariffs which has some worried it will cost jobs in the solar energy industry and hurt the nation's push toward renewable energy on Knowledge@Wharton.

President Donald Trump gave the keynote address a…

President Donald Trump gave the keynote address at the World Economic Forum in Davos today, but the Europeans were trying to counterbalance the U.S. in the days leading up to this speech with messages against European growth. Host Dan Loney talks with Olivier Chatain, Professor at HEC Paris and Senior Fellow at Wharton's Mack Institute for Innovation Management, and Steven Silvia, Professor of International Service at American University's School of International Service, to discuss what leaders ...

New York City filed a lawsuit against the distrib…

New York City filed a lawsuit against the distributors and manufacturers of opioid prescription drugs, including Purdue Pharma, Johnson & Johnson and McKesson. As the manufacturer-to-consumer pipeline is muddied, recent attention is focused on how the recent opioid crisis could have been prevented. Host Dan Loney talks with William Evans, Professor and Department Chair Department of Economics at the University of Notre Dame, and Ethan Lieber, Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics at ...

The Conference Board recently released it's "C-Su…

The Conference Board recently released it's "C-Suite Challenge™ 2018: Reinventing the Organization for the Digital Age", polling more than 1,000 CEO and C-Suite executives. Rebecca Ray, Executive Vice President of the Knowledge Organization at The Conference Board, joins hosts Peter Cappelli and Iwan Barankay to discuss the results of the survey and what weighs heavily on CEO's minds for 2018 on In the Workplace.

Joanna Barsh, Director Emerita at McKinsey & Comp…

Joanna Barsh, Director Emerita at McKinsey & Company and President of the Centered Leadership Project, joins host Stew Friedman to discuss her book "Grow Wherever You Work: Straight Talk to Help with Your Toughest Challenges" to help people succeed in their careers when things don't pan out as expected on Work and Life.

Author Daniel Pink joins host Dan Loney to discus…

Author Daniel Pink joins host Dan Loney to discuss his latest book "When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing" which helps people analyze their own perfect timing for productivity on Knowledge@Wharton.

Carl Schramm, a Professor at Syracuse University,…

Carl Schramm, a Professor at Syracuse University, joins hosts Nicolaj Siggelkow and Saikat Chaudhuri to discuss his new book "BURN THE BUSINESS PLAN: What Great Entrepreneurs Really Do" on Mastering Innovation.

Earlier this month it was revealed that potential…

Earlier this month it was revealed that potentially every personal computer, mobile device and other electronics are vulnerable to the Meltdown and Spectre digital attack now and perhaps for years to come. Host Dan Loney talks with Andrea Matwyshyn, Professor of Law and Computer Science at Northeastern University, and Mike Chapple, Academic Director of the Master of Science Program in Business Analytics at the University of Notre Dame, to discuss what lead to this vulnerability, the anticipated ...

Amazon released a narrowed down list of the twent…

Amazon released a narrowed down list of the twenty potential candidates for its second headquarters. Host Dan Loney talks with Jeffrey Shulman, Professor of Marketing at the Michael G. Foster School of Business at the University of Washington, and Tom Buerkle, Associate Editor at Thomson-Reuters News Service, to discuss what cities made the list and why on Knowledge@Wharton.

Della Clark, President and CEO of The Enterprise …

Della Clark, President and CEO of The Enterprise Center, joins hosts Katherine Klein and Sherryl Kuhlman to discuss their mission to cultivate and invest in minority entrepreneurs to inspire working together for economic growth in communities on Dollars and Change.

Before Brands with Ashley Dombkowski

Thu Jan 25 2018 (24:43)

Ashley Dombkowski, Co-Founder and CEO of Before B…

Ashley Dombkowski, Co-Founder and CEO of Before Brands, joins host Karl Ulrich to discuss her consumer-focused product platform focused on health and wellness for parents and families on Launch Pad.

A new study shows that the expansion of Medicaid …

A new study shows that the expansion of Medicaid keeps rural hospitals from closing in states like Colorado, which added some four hundred thousand people to their program. Thirty two states expanded Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act, not only cutting the the uninsured by huge margins but making hospitals six times more likely to keep open with the increase in insured patients. Host Dan Loney talks with Richard Lindrooth and Gregory Tung, Authors of the study and Professors in the Departm ...

The Trump Administration recently said it will al…

The Trump Administration recently said it will allow states to compel people to work or prepare for jobs as a requirement to get Medicaid, allowing states to cut off people unless they prove they have a job, are students, caregivers, volunteers, or participate in another approved form of "community engagement", or are severely disabled. Host Dan Loney talks with MaryBeth Musumeci, Associate Director of the Program on Medicaid and the Uninsured at the Henry J Kaiser Family Foundation, and David S ...

Is the NFL plateauing as a business? Daniel Rober…

Is the NFL plateauing as a business? Daniel Roberts, Sports Business Writer at Yahoo! Finance and Hosts of the video and podcast series Sportsbook, joins hosts George Perry and Ken Shropshire to discuss how various events over the past year such as athlete protests have affected public opinion of the NFL and it's subsequent impact on weekly viewers on The Wharton Sports Business Show.

On a recent Saturday morning, people in Hawaii re…

On a recent Saturday morning, people in Hawaii received a cellphone early warning alert: “BALLISTIC MISSILE THREAT INBOUND TO HAWAII. SEEK IMMEDIATE SHELTER. THIS IS NOT A DRILL.” The message was a mistake allegedly caused by an employee hitting the wrong button and it took 38 minutes for the system to send out a new message to let people know of the error. Host Dan Loney talks with Jeannette Sutton, Director of the Risk and Disaster Communication Center at the University of Kentucky, and Hamil ...

Banks and financial institutions are facing a bri…

Banks and financial institutions are facing a brighter new year with the potential rolling back of the Dodd-Frank Act and the new tax cut. Host Dan Loney talks with Peter Conti-Brown and David Zaring, Wharton Legal Studies and Business Ethics professors, to discuss what we can expect from the industry in 2018 on Knowledge@Wharton.

One year ago women from all over the U.S. marched…

One year ago women from all over the U.S. marched to protest the election of Donald Trump and to bring attention to issues that are important to them. They marched again this weekend, for some of the same reasons—as well as newer issues like the #metoo movement. Host Laura Zarrow talks with organizers of the Philadelphia Women's March Emily Cooper Morse and Deja Lynn Alvarez on Women@Work.

Brian Tillotson, Systems Technology Chief Enginee…

Brian Tillotson, Systems Technology Chief Engineer for Boeing Research and Technology and a Boeing Senior Technical Fellow, joins hosts Saikat Chaudhuri and Harbir Singh to discuss innovation at the world's largest aerospace company and leading manufacturer of commercial jetliners and defense, space, and security systems on Mastering Innovation.

Elizabeth Anderson, Distinguished University Prof…

Elizabeth Anderson, Distinguished University Professor of Philosophy and Women's Studies at the University of Michigan, joins hosts Peter Cappelli and Dan O'Meara to discuss her book "Private Government: How Employers Rule our Lives (and Why We Don’t Talk about It)" on In the Workplace.

Destined for War with Graham Allison

Fri Jan 19 2018 (28:33)

Graham Allison, Professor of Government at Harvar…

Graham Allison, Professor of Government at Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government and leading analyst of U.S. national security and defense policy with a special interest in nuclear weapons and terrorism, joins host Jeremy Schwartz to discuss his latest book "Destined for War: Can America and China Escape Thucydides’s Trap?" on Behind the Markets.

The City of New York recently filed suit against …

The City of New York recently filed suit against the 5 biggest oil companies claiming their refusal to acknowledge their affect on climate change has costed the city billions in cleanup efforts from increased super storms over the years. Host Dan Loney talks with David Hunter, Professor of Law at American University's Washington College of Law, and Thomas P. Lyon, Chair of Sustainable Science, Technology and Commerce at the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business and the School of Envir ...

Michael Dart, Retail Specialist, joins hosts Barb…

Michael Dart, Retail Specialist, joins hosts Barbara Kahn and Americus Reed to discuss his new book "Retail's Seismic Shift: How to Shift Faster, Respond Better, and Win Customer Loyalty" on Marketing Matters.

Made a New Year's Resolution to find a new job? M…

Made a New Year's Resolution to find a new job? Michael Platt, Director of the Wharton Neuroscience Initiative and Professor of Marketing, Neuroscience, and Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania, joins host Dr. Dawn Graham to discuss how neuroscience impacts New Year's Resolutions and career decision making processes on Career Talk.

Lorie White and Mike Jackson, respective Partners…

Lorie White and Mike Jackson, respective Partners at Grant Thornton LLP, join host Bob Lane to discuss the impact of the Trump Administration's Tax Reform bill on Real Estate transactions on The Real Estate Hour.

Immigration issues have been an important issue o…

Immigration issues have been an important issue of the Trump Administration's first year in office. Host Dan Loney talks with Sarah Paoletti, Director of Penn Law's Transnational Legal Clinic, and Cyrus Mehta, Managing Partner of Cyrus D. Mehta & Partners PLLC, to discuss the potential moves surrounding DACA and immigration in the year ahead on Knowledge@Wharton.

Imagine if all the data in the world was suddenly…

Imagine if all the data in the world was suddenly made available to everyone--with all of that information at our fingertips we would be able to solve even the most complex problems, right? Brett Hurt, Co-Founder and CEO of data.world, joins host Stew Friedman to discuss how he's trying to do this with his newest startup on Work and Life.

Margot Brandenburg, Founder of MyStrongHome, join…

Margot Brandenburg, Founder of MyStrongHome, joins hosts Nick Ashburn and Sandi Hunt to discuss their mission to protect homes and communities from hurricanes and other extreme weather while helping homeowners potentially save on insurance premiums on Dollars and Change.

Iceland has taken a proactive approach of elimina…

Iceland has taken a proactive approach of eliminating gender pay gaps by enacting a new law requiring every company to report their salary structure every 3 years to prove they do not have any pay gaps. Host Dan Loney talks with Janice Bellace, Professor of Legal Studies and Business Ethics and of Management at the Wharton School, Janice Maddon, Professor of Regional Science and Sociology at the University of Pennsylvania, and Thorgerdur Einarsdottir, Professor of Gender Studies at the Universit ...

Host Dan Loney leads a discussion on Entitlement …

Host Dan Loney leads a discussion on Entitlement Programs - first we look into the past at where these programs came from with Julian Zelizer, Professor of History and Public Affairs at Princeton University and Author of "The Fierce Urgency of Now: Lyndon Johnson, Congress, and the Battle for the Great Society,” and Edward Berkowitz, Professor of History and of Public Policy and Public Administration at George Washington University's Columbian College of Arts& Sciences. Then, we look at the futu ...

Business Radio Special: Host Rob Coneybeer is LIV…

Business Radio Special: Host Rob Coneybeer is LIVE from CES 2018 in Las Vegas. Rob talks with Dominic Dobson, Co-Founder/COO, VR Motion Corporation, about how this former professional race car driver co-founded a startup developing Virtual Reality Automotive software on this special episode of Launch Pad.

Business Radio Special: Host Rob Coneybeer is LIV…

Business Radio Special: Host Rob Coneybeer is LIVE from CES 2018 in Las Vegas. Rob talks with Jeff Joseph, CTA’s VP of Communications & Strategic Partnerships, about what's new on the floor of this year's CES on this special episode of Launch Pad.

Business Radio Special: Host Rob Coneybeer is LIV…

Business Radio Special: Host Rob Coneybeer is LIVE from CES 2018 in Las Vegas. Rob talks with Chris Heiser, Co-Founder and CEO of Renovo, about his startup that specializes in highly automated vehicle technology on this special episode of Launch Pad.

Business Radio Special: Host Rob Coneybeer is LIV…

Business Radio Special: Host Rob Coneybeer is LIVE from CES 2018 in Las Vegas. Rob talks with Jim Adler, Managing Director and Board Member of Toyota AI Ventures and Vice President at Toyota Research Institute, about Toyota’s corporate venture capital subsidiary and autonomous vehicle development on this special episode of Launch Pad.

The MacArthur Foundation just completed it's inau…

The MacArthur Foundation just completed it's inaugural 100&Change Competition, a “competition for a single $100 million grant to help solve a critical problem of our time." Host Dan Loney talks with prize winners Sherrie Estin, EVP for Global Impact for Sesame Workshop, and David Miliband, CEO of the International Rescue Committee, to discuss their partnership to “implement an evidence-based, early childhood development intervention designed to address the “toxic stress” experienced by children ...

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the…

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the US Department of the Interior have been repealing various Obama era policies as the last year wound to a close. Host Dan Loney talks with Eric Orts, Director of Wharton's Initiative for Global Environmental Leadership, and Daniel Kammen, Founding Director of the University of California Berkeley's Renewable and Appropriate Energy Laboratory, to discuss the changes led by Scott Pruit, and whether these changes put U.S. businesses at a disadvantage ...

Paul Annacone, Legendary Tennis Coach for Pete Sa…

Paul Annacone, Legendary Tennis Coach for Pete Sampras, Tim Henman, Roger Federer, etc and Author of "Coaching For Life: A Guide to Playing, Thinking and Being the Best You Can Be", and Xeno Muller, Former Gold Medalist in Rowing and current Coach at Elite-Rowing-Coach.com, join host Christian Terwiesch to discuss the future innovation in the coaching industry on Work of Tomorrow.

Wixen Music Publishing, publisher of songs by Tom…

Wixen Music Publishing, publisher of songs by Tom Petty, Neil Young and others, is suing Spotify for $1.6 billion in compensation for the use of their music without proper licensing and compensation. Host Dan Loney talks with Erin Jacobson, Music Attorney in Beverly Hills, and Lawrence Gelburd, Wharton Alum and Music Producer, to discuss the details of the lawsuit and Spotify's history of legal trouble on Knowledge@Wharton.

Terry Spahr, Executive Producer, and Travis Riede…

Terry Spahr, Executive Producer, and Travis Rieder, Assistant Director of Education Initiatives & Research Scholar at Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics, join host Dan Loney to discuss the documentary "8 Billion Angels" about the consumption rate of the earth's previous and limited resources on Knowledge@Wharton. More Info: http://8billionangels.org/

The back and forth between US and Korea leaders t…

The back and forth between US and Korea leaders took a turn last week when Kim Jong-un declared he had a nuclear launch button on his desk and President Trump responded with a tweet that his button was bigger. Host Dan Loney speaks with Richard Dasher, Director of the US-Asia Technology Management Center at Stanford University, Jacques DeLisle, Professor of Law and Political Science and Director of the Center for East Asian Studies at the University of Pennsylvania, and Sung-Yoon Lee, Professor ...

Tens of thousands of Iranians have been protestin…

Tens of thousands of Iranians have been protesting the government over the last few weeks in large part over the country's bad economy and a recent jump in the prices of basic goods. The crisis seems to be growing as many are calling for the ouster of Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, among others. Host Dan Loney talks with Philip Nichols, Professor of Legal Studies and Business Ethics at The Wharton School, Nader Habibi, Professor of Economics at the Crown Center for Middle East Studies at ...

Uber was dealt a huge setback last month when it …

Uber was dealt a huge setback last month when it was declared a transportation business by the European Union's highest court. The ride sharing giant had tried to claim it was a technology platform that connected drivers with riders. Host Dan Loney talks with John Paul MacDuffie, Director of the Program on Vehicle and Mobility Innovation (PVMI) at Wharton's Mack Institute for Innovation Management, and Dr. Valerio De Stefano, Professor of Law at the University of Leuven in Belgium, to discuss wh ...

Will the recently passed GOP tax bill only benefi…

Will the recently passed GOP tax bill only benefit businesses or are there additional benefits for consumers as well? Host Dan Loney talks with Michael Knoll, Professor of Law and Deputy Dean of Center for Tax Law and Policy at Penn Law, Lori McMillan, Professor of Law at Washburn University Law, and Daniel Hemel, Assistant Professor of Law at the University of Chicago School of Law, to discuss the final version of the tax bill on Knowledge@Wharton.

Last month the Federal Communications Commission …

Last month the Federal Communications Commission chairman, Ajit Pai, repealed net neutrality rules, which prohibit high-speed internet service providers from slowing down or stopping website delivery. Host Dan Loney talks with Kevin Werbach, Professor of Legal Studies and Business Ethics at the Wharton School, and Christiaan Hogendorn, Wharton Alum and Professor of Economics at Wesleyan University, to discuss the implications of this ruling, including who will benefit from it, on Knowledge@Whart ...

It’s early January which means those of you who a…

It’s early January which means those of you who applied early decision (or action) have either just heard or you’re waiting to hear if you got in to your first choice school. If you got in early, congratulations! If you didn’t (or don’t) … well, now what? Penn Dean of Admissions Eric Furda is talking with a panel experts to discuss strategies for heading into subsequent application rounds from the college counseling perspective on the latest episode of Business Radio special The Process. Panelis ...

Michael S. Winograd, Candidate for President of U…

Michael S. Winograd, Candidate for President of United States Soccer Federation, joins host George Perry to discuss his career and run for presidency on The Wharton Sports Business Show. More Info: https://www.ussoccer.com/stories/2017/12/20/16/12/20171220-news-official-slate-of-candidates-confirmed-for-2018-us-soccer-presidential-election

Alexandra Dean, Founding Partner and Contributor …

Alexandra Dean, Founding Partner and Contributor at Reframed Picture, joins host Dan Loney to discuss her new documentary film "Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story" about the film career of legendary actress Hedy Lemarr and her success as an inventor on Knowledge@Wharton.

Tamim Bayoumi, Deputy Director in the Strategy, P…

Tamim Bayoumi, Deputy Director in the Strategy, Policy, and Review Department of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), joins host Dan Loney to discuss his new book "Unfinished Business: The Unexplored Causes of the Financial Crisis and the Lessons Yet to Be Learned", tracing how under-regulated trading between European and U.S. banks led to the 2008 financial crisis on Knowledge@Wharton.

In the 1920's the U.S. Radium Corp hired young wo…

In the 1920's the U.S. Radium Corp hired young women to work on radium wristwatches which glowed. The women ended up glowing themselves and, unbeknownst to them the radium was eating their bones from the inside. Host Dan Loney talks with author Kate Moore about her new book, "The Radium Girls: The Dark Story of America's Shining Women" about the tragic death of these workers and the resulting lawsuit that changed American workplace regulations on Knowledge@Wharton.

Leslie Berlin, Project Historian for the Silicon …

Leslie Berlin, Project Historian for the Silicon Valley Archives at Stanford University, joins host Irina Yuen to discuss her new book, "TROUBLEMAKERS: How Silicon Valley Came of Age” about how Silicon Valley during the 1970s set the stage for our modern high-tech world on Bay Area Ventures.

Rachel Blumenthal, Founder and CEO at Rockets of …

Rachel Blumenthal, Founder and CEO at Rockets of Awesome, joins host Karl Ulrich to discuss her unique children's clothing subscription service on Launch Pad.

Gene Marks, Columnist, Author, and Owner of the M…

Gene Marks, Columnist, Author, and Owner of the Marks Group PC, joins host Loren Feldman to discuss the newly passed tax bill under the Trump Administration and what affect it might have on small business owners moving forward on Mind Your Business.

Chris Whipple, Author and Owner/CEO of CCWHIP Pro…

Chris Whipple, Author and Owner/CEO of CCWHIP Productions, joins hosts Mike Useem and Anne Greenhalgh to discuss just how much power a White House Chief of Staff wields as covered in his best-selling book "The Gatekeepers" which includes intimate interviews with all seventeen living former chiefs of staff. Find out about their unparalleled access to the leaders of the free world and their influence on US history on Leadership in Action.

Productivity Tips with Robert Pozen

Tue Jan 02 2018 (53:29)

Robert Pozen, Senior Lecturer at MIT’s Sloan Scho…

Robert Pozen, Senior Lecturer at MIT’s Sloan School of Management and a Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution, joins host Stew Friedman to discuss how to work smarter, not harder, and how to manage all of those emails piling up in your inbox post-holidays on Work and Life. Robert's book is called "Extreme Productivity: Boost Your Results, Reduce Your Hours".

Go to Work with Santa Claus!!

Fri Dec 22 2017 (30:48)

What is Santa concerned with most regarding his t…

What is Santa concerned with most regarding his team at the North Pole? How has the recent policy changes in the US affected his operations? What did Putin ask for this year? Is he on the Naughty List? Is Santa feeling threatened by the Amazon takeover? Has Disney tried to purchase the rights to the North Pole? Hosts Peter Cappelli and Dan O'Meara talk with the big man in red himself, Nicholas (Santa) Claus, to find out the current landscape in the arctic workshop on In the Workplace. Happy Holi ...

Tom Gimbel, Founder and CEO of LaSalle Network, j…

Tom Gimbel, Founder and CEO of LaSalle Network, joins host Dr. Dawn Graham to discuss the ins and outs of job searching during the holidays - what you can expect and insight into holiday hiring on Career Talk.

Steve Wanczyk, Account Supervisor at Braithwaite …

Steve Wanczyk, Account Supervisor at Braithwaite Communications, joins host Americus Reed to discuss a recap of the Biggest Brand Blunders of 2017 and Crisis Communications Tips for the New Year on Marketing Matters. Happy Holidays!

#MeToo with Josh Levs

Thu Dec 21 2017 (53:54)

The faces of five women, including celebrities Ta…

The faces of five women, including celebrities Taylor Swift and Ashley Judd, appear on TIME’s 2017 Person of the Year cover, representing the “The Silence Breakers” — the thousands of people across the world who have come forward with their experiences of sexual harassment and assault. Josh Levs, Author, Communications Consultant and Gender Equality Activist, joins host Laura Zarrow to discuss the #MeToo movement and how it affects men and women at work on Women@Work.

Lindsey Roy, CMO of Greetings at Hallmark Cards, …

Lindsey Roy, CMO of Greetings at Hallmark Cards, talks to host Americus Reed about how the company is gearing up to help people prepare for the holidays! Then, Merrilee Kick, Founder and CEO of BuzzBallz, talks with Americus about the Buzz around her great new stocking stuffer - booze to go! - on Marketing Matters.

The Federal Reserve increased short-term interest…

The Federal Reserve increased short-term interest rates by a quarter of a point. Host Dan Loney speaks with Lisa Cook, Professor of Economics and International Relations at Michigan State University, to discuss this move and how the Fed may change as Janet Yellen wraps up her term as chair on Knowledge@Wharton.

Regulating Robo-Advisors with Tom Baker

Tue Dec 19 2017 (21:58)

Tom Baker, Professor of Law and Health Sciences a…

Tom Baker, Professor of Law and Health Sciences at the University of Pennsylvania School of Law, joins host Dan Loney to discuss his recent presentation on research he’s been doing on the regulation of robo-advisors, particularly within the financial services industry, he gave to Capitol Hill Staffers as part of Wharton's B-School for Public Policy seminars on Knowledge@Wharton. For more information about how to get involved with Penn Wharton B-School for Public Policy, visit: https://publicpol ...

The Future of Sports Entertainment

Tue Dec 19 2017 (50:10)

Seth Rabinowitz, Director of Fan Engagement at th…

Seth Rabinowitz, Director of Fan Engagement at the New York Jets, and Kyle Bautista, VP and General Manager of Complexity Gaming, join host Christian Terwiesch to discuss what the future of the sports entertainment industry could look like, especially with emergence of eSports on Work of Tomorrow.

Whichever side of the healthcare debate you’re on…

Whichever side of the healthcare debate you’re on, I think we can agree that the system itself is really complicated and somewhat impersonal– imagine how much more complicated and impersonal it can be if you don’t speak the language or don’t have access to the technology you need. Dr. Vikram Bakhru, Chief Operating Officer at ConsejoSano and Wharton Alum, joins host Stew Friedman to discuss his mission to make healthcare accessible to everyone around the world on Work and Life.

Nick Martell, Co-Founder & Co-CEO of MarketSnacks…

Nick Martell, Co-Founder & Co-CEO of MarketSnacks and current Wharton MBA student, joins host Peter Cappelli to discuss the art of the side hustle - why starting an entrepreneurial venture on the weekends alongside of your "day job" could not only benefit you, but your 9-5 company as well on In the Workplace.

Amy Liu, Director of the Metropolitan Policy Prog…

Amy Liu, Director of the Metropolitan Policy Program at Brookings, joins host Sam Chandan to discuss how a broader vision of city revitalization efforts should include all residents, not just the wealthy, and some ways this can be accomplished on The Real Estate Hour.

How is the Language Education industry changing, …

How is the Language Education industry changing, and what innovations can we expect in the future? Host Christian Terwiesch talks with Christina Frei, Executive Director of Language Instruction for the University of Pennsylvania, and John Hass, President, CEO, and Chairman of the Board of Directors at Rosetta Stone, to hear their insights on this episode of Work of Tomorrow.

Cathy O'Neil, Data Scientist, joins host Dan Lone…

Cathy O'Neil, Data Scientist, joins host Dan Loney to discuss the "dark side" of big data as outlined in her book "Weapons of Math Destruction: How Big Data Increases Inequality, and Threatens": our daily lives are now being governed by algorithms and not humans, and as such she urges policy makers for more regulation over their design on Knowledge@Wharton.

Business Radio Special: Host Dan Loney is LIVE fr…

Business Radio Special: Host Dan Loney is LIVE from the Reimagine Education Conference 2017 in Philadelphia. Dan talks with Steve White, Digital Solutions Manager at Deakin University, about the Deakin Genie, a new virtual assistant for college students that provides personalized services around their individual learning path on this special episode of Knowledge@Wharton. See Genie In Action: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zsRPuU53E74&feature=youtu.be Learn More: http://www.deakin.edu.au/about- ...

Business Radio Special: Host Dan Loney is LIVE fr…

Business Radio Special: Host Dan Loney is LIVE from the Reimagine Education Conference 2017 in Philadelphia. Dan talks with Jerry Wind, Professor of Marketing at the Wharton School and Organizer of the Reimagine Education conference, and Barbara (Bobbi) Kurshan, Executive Director of Academic Innovation at the Penn Graduate School of Education, about the formation of the conference five years ago, it's aim to increase access to high quality education, and how they will be judging this year's "Ed ...

Business Radio Special: Host Dan Loney is LIVE fr…

Business Radio Special: Host Dan Loney is LIVE from the Reimagine Education Conference 2017 in Philadelphia. Dan talks with Oren Jackman, Co-Founder and CEO of examPAL, about his interactive, online college test prep course based in Tel-Aviv that is customized to each user's way of answering questions on this special episode of Knowledge@Wharton.

Business Radio Special: Host Dan Loney is LIVE fr…

Business Radio Special: Host Dan Loney is LIVE from the Reimagine Education Conference 2017 in Philadelphia. Dan talks with Brittany Bir, COO of 42, about the tuition-free immersive coding school with campuses in Silicon Valley and Paris on this special episode of Knowledge@Wharton.

Business Radio Special: Host Dan Loney is LIVE fr…

Business Radio Special: Host Dan Loney is LIVE from the Reimagine Education Conference 2017 in Philadelphia. Dan talks with Tazeen Sharif, Manager of the Office of International Affairs at Ajman University and Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, about her perspective as a female engineer in an emerging, gender-empowered world on this special episode of Knowledge@Wharton.

Business Radio Special: Host Dan Loney is LIVE fr…

Business Radio Special: Host Dan Loney is LIVE from the Reimagine Education Conference 2017 in Philadelphia. Dan talks with Ivan Ostrowicz, CEO of Domoscio, about the role of Artificial Intelligence and cognitive science in education to help personalize learning in the future on this special episode of Knowledge@Wharton.

Business Radio Special: Host Dan Loney is LIVE fr…

Business Radio Special: Host Dan Loney is LIVE from the Reimagine Education Conference 2017 in Philadelphia. Dan talks with Duncan Ivison, Deputy Vice Chancellor at the University of Syndey, about how he is working on solutions to maintain Australia's policy in assisting students to enter college for free and pay tuition back once they've earned a certain salary on this special episode of Knowledge@Wharton.

Business Radio Special: Host Dan Loney is LIVE fr…

Business Radio Special: Host Dan Loney is LIVE from the Reimagine Education Conference 2017 in Philadelphia. Dan talks with Jeff Dieffenbach, Associate Director of MIT's Integrated Learning Initiative, about the outdated model of one-professor-to-500-student-lecture-hall and how he encourages innovation in education to adapt to smaller group interactions around digital tools on this special episode of Knowledge@Wharton.

Business Radio Special: Host Dan Loney is LIVE fr…

Business Radio Special: Host Dan Loney is LIVE from the Reimagine Education Conference 2017 in Philadelphia. Dan talks with Jonathan Rochelle, Product Director at Google and C-Founder of Google Drive, about how Google Classroom is providing teachers with the tools to "teach better" using virtual reality "Expeditions" on this special episode of Knowledge@Wharton.

Business Radio Special: Host Dan Loney is LIVE fr…

Business Radio Special: Host Dan Loney is LIVE from the Reimagine Education Conference 2017 in Philadelphia. Dan talks with Nunzio Quacquarelli, Wharton Alum and CEO of QS, about how his higher education research, rankings, and student enrollment company helps foster budding entrepreneurs that are helping to create new solutions for learning access on this special episode of Knowledge@Wharton.

The importance of a properly functioning governan…

The importance of a properly functioning governance board is more relevant today than ever with the significant changes taking place in the healthcare market. Host Jeff Voigt leads a panel discussion on how these changes to health care relate to issues such as disruptions in reimbursement, effects on disruptive technologies such as gene therapy, and the rapid consolidation of both providers and payers – and antitrust issues related to this - on The Business of Health Care. Panelists include: ...

Bitcoin rose to an astonishing $11,000 value last…

Bitcoin rose to an astonishing $11,000 value last week (and is now sitting around $17,000) - astonishing for a currency which had a $1 value just six years ago. The decentralized payment network has seen ups and downs before, leading some to ask whether it's a good investment. Host Dan Loney speaks with Kevin Werbach, Professor of Legal Studies and Business Ethics at the Wharton School, and Christian Catalini, Assistant Professor of Technological Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Strategic Manag ...

Earlier last week, President Donald Trump announc…

Earlier last week, President Donald Trump announced he was signing two presidential proclamations to the size of Bears Ears National Monument and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. Host Dan Loney speaks with Eric Orts, Wharton professor and Director of Wharton's Initiative for Global Environmental Leadership, and Robert Keiter, Director of the Wallace Stegner Center of Land, Resources, and the Environment at University of Utah's College of Law, to discuss the impact and public reaction ...

Business Radio Powered by the Wharton School debu…

Business Radio Powered by the Wharton School debuts a new show, Mastering Innovation. Hosted by Saikat Chaudhuri, Harbir Singh, and Nicolaj Siggelkow, Directors of the Mack Institute for Innovation Management, we look at how established organizations foster the kind of innovation that keeps them going strong year after year. In this premiere episode, we speak with Ryan Miller, Senior Vice President and Design & Delivery Leader of Wells Fargo's Innovation Group, about how Wells Fargo is fostering ...

The International Olympic Committee has banned Ru…

The International Olympic Committee has banned Russia from the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics, however its athletes are allowed to participate as long as they do it without the Russian flag and the team uniforms. Host Dan Loney talks with Robert Boland, Sports Lawyer and Athletics Integrity Officer at Penn State University, and Andrew Zimbalist, Professor of Economics at Smith College and Author of "Rio 2016: Olympic Myths, Hard Realities", to discuss this decision and how it might impact the ...

CVS is merging with AETNA in a $69 billion deal t…

CVS is merging with AETNA in a $69 billion deal that could change the health care industry. The drug store giant's plans reportedly include pushing the health insurance company's 22 million enrollees towards their clinics rather than hospitals. Host Dan Loney speaks with Mark Pauly, Professor of Health Care Management and Professor of Business Economics and Public Policy at the Wharton School, and Robert Field, Health Care Management Department Lecturer at the Wharton School and Professor of Law ...

Stanley Silverman, Founder and CEO of Silverman L…

Stanley Silverman, Founder and CEO of Silverman Leadership, joins host Mike Useem and Anne Greenhalgh to discuss why "we've always done it that way" should not be part of your management philosophy and how boards of directors should respond when allegations of harassment – sexual or otherwise – come to light on Leadership in Action.

Walter Isaacson, President and CEO of The Aspen I…

Walter Isaacson, President and CEO of The Aspen Institute and Author of "Steve Jobs" and other famous biographies, joins host Dan Loney to discuss his latest book "Leonardo da Vinci" on Knowledge@Wharton.

Lisa Thomas-Laury, Former News Anchor for Philade…

Lisa Thomas-Laury, Former News Anchor for Philadelphia's Action News, joins host Laura Zarrow to discuss her new book "On Camera And Off: When the News is Good and When It's Not" on Women@Work. Lisa talks to us about what it was like to be a trailblazer as one of the few African-American women in television news in the late 1970s, and how she had to face her own extraordinary challenge after being struck with a rare nerve disorder—one that would interrupt her career and ultimately lead to her re ...

Eric Merz, Creative Producer at Universal Orlando…

Eric Merz, Creative Producer at Universal Orlando, and Nick Franklin, Former EVP of Next Generation Experience at Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, join host Christian Terwiesch to discuss innovation in the theme park industry and what theme parks of the future could look like on Business Radio's newest show, Work of Tomorrow.

Ted Qualli, Executive Director of the Police Athl…

Ted Qualli, Executive Director of the Police Athletic League of Philadelphia, joins host Sandi Mauro Hunt and Nick Ashburn to discuss how the PAL builds positive relationships between youth, the communities in which they live, and the dedicated men and women of the Philadelphia Police Department by offering sports and other programs to youth in 17 local PAL centers on Dollars and Change.

Stuart Weitzman, Shoe Designer and Founder of Stu…

Stuart Weitzman, Shoe Designer and Founder of Stuart Weitzman shoes, joins host Barbara Kahn to discuss his journey from Wharton Alum to luxury shoe designer on Marketing Matters.

The Federal Communications Commission Chairman, A…

The Federal Communications Commission Chairman, Ajit Pai, is moving to repeal net neutrality rules put in place by the Obama administration. Telecom companies fought the rules, which prohibit high-speed internet service providers from slowing down or stopping website delivery. Host Dan Loney talks with Christopher Yoo, Director of Penn Law's Center for Technology, Innovation & Competition, and Jennifer Golbeck, Director of the Social Intelligence Lab at the University of Maryland, to discuss the ...

Time Inc has been purchased by Iowa-based media c…

Time Inc has been purchased by Iowa-based media company Meredith, in a $2.8 billion dollar deal. Some of that money came from the billionaire Republican party mega-donors Charles and David Koch, leading some to worry about the editorial influence they could have on the publication. Host Dan Loney talks with Bill Grueskin, Professor of Professional Practice at the Colombia Journalism School and Former Managing Editor of WSJ.com, Stephen Bloom, Professor at University of Iowa's School of Journali ...

The New York Times reported Rex Tillerson may be …

The New York Times reported Rex Tillerson may be on his way out as Secretary of State as the White House looks to tap CIA Director Mike Pompeo to replace him. Tillerson has faced heavy criticism lately as career diplomats are leaving in droves and many important State Department jobs go unfilled. Host Dan Loney talks with William Burke-White, Professor at Penn Law and Inaugural Director of Perry World House, and Alan Henrikson, Professor of Diplomatic History Emeritus at Tufts University Fletche ...

Business Radio Insights: Jeremy Siegel, the Russe…

Business Radio Insights: Jeremy Siegel, the Russell E. Palmer Professor of Finance at the Wharton School, talks with host Jeremy Schwartz and guest Jeff Weniger of WisdomTree about his 2018 Outlook for the US Financial Markets on Behind the Markets.

Patrice Banks, Founder of Girls Auto Clinic, join…

Patrice Banks, Founder of Girls Auto Clinic, joins host Laura Zarrow to discuss her new book "Girls Auto Clinic Glove Box Guide", a do-it-herself manual for auto maintenance intended to help women and men who are nervous about car repairs grab the wheel and taken control on Women@Work.

Deepak Sekar, Founder and CEO of Chowbotics, join…

Deepak Sekar, Founder and CEO of Chowbotics, joins Doug Collom and Irina Yuen to discuss his food robotics company that eliminates repetitive tasks like meal prep and allows more time for humans to be creative in cooking on Bay Area Ventures.

Justin Whitener, Director of Pricing, Reporting a…

Justin Whitener, Director of Pricing, Reporting and Analytics at Ally Bank, joins host Bob Lane to discuss all things mortgage-related with tips from his book "The Mortgage Playbook" on The Real Estate Hour.

The Food and Drug Administration has approved a "…

The Food and Drug Administration has approved a "smart pill" that tells doctors if and when patients take their medications. This pill could save billions of dollars in medical expenses, but it raises a lot of concerns among privacy experts. Host Dan Loney speaks with Robert Field, Lecturer at Wharton's Health Care Management Department and Professor of Health Management at Drexel University's Kline School of Law, and Holly Fernandez Lynch, Professor of Medical Ethics at the Perelman School of M ...

Sanyin Siang, Executive Director of the Fuqua/Coa…

Sanyin Siang, Executive Director of the Fuqua/Coach K Center on Leadership & Ethics at Duke University, joins host Stew Friedman to discuss her recent book "The Launch Book", encouraging people to be braver about making changes in their lives, aka launching, on Work and Life.

Business Radio Special: Host Dan Loney is LIVE fr…

Business Radio Special: Host Dan Loney is LIVE from the academic conference "After the Digital Tornado" in Philadelphia. Dan talks with Kevin Werbach, Associate Professor of Legal Studies and Business Ethics at the Wharton School, about the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) paper he penned in 1997 titled "Digital Tornado: The Internet and Telecommunications Policy" suggesting new ways of understanding the ethical implications of technological development from a legal perspective. We look a ...

Business Radio Special: Host Dan Loney is LIVE fr…

Business Radio Special: Host Dan Loney is LIVE from the academic conference "After the Digital Tornado" in Philadelphia. Dan talks with Christopher Yoo, Professor of Law, Communication, and Computer and Information Science at the University of Pennsylvania, about how we can balance the good and the bad that comes along with the innovation of new technologies on this special episode of Knowledge@Wharton.

Business Radio Special: Host Dan Loney is LIVE fr…

Business Radio Special: Host Dan Loney is LIVE from the academic conference "After the Digital Tornado" in Philadelphia. Dan talks with Gigi Sohn, Distinguished Fellow at the Georgetown Law Institute for Technology Law and Policy, and Sally Wentworth, VP of Public Policy at The Internet Society, about the past, present, and potential future of information policy in the US on this special episode of Knowledge@Wharton.

Business Radio Special: Host Dan Loney is LIVE fr…

Business Radio Special: Host Dan Loney is LIVE from the academic conference "After the Digital Tornado" in Philadelphia. Dan talks with Michael Kearns, Professor of Computer and Information Science at the University of Pennsylvania and Founding Director of the Warren Center for Network and Data Sciences, about the the applications and implications of machine learning on this special episode of Knowledge@Wharton.

Overtreatment – the provision of health care that…

Overtreatment – the provision of health care that we know can’t possibly help a patient – is a big problem in the American health care system. Host John Barkett leads a panel discussion on how physicians can focus on cutting down overtreatment when deciding on course of care for patients on The Business of Health Care. Panelists include: Daniel B. Wolfson, Executive Vice President and COO of the ABIM Foundation (American Board of Internal Medicine); Dr. Cynthia (Daisy) Smith, Vice President of C ...

Woody Scal, Former Chief Business Officer of Fitb…

Woody Scal, Former Chief Business Officer of Fitbit, joins host Rob Coneybeer to discuss how Fitbit has grown exponentially in sales to become the world's leading app for tracking all-day activity, workouts, sleep and more on Launch Pad.

Business Radio Powered by the Wharton School debu…

Business Radio Powered by the Wharton School debuts a new show, Work of Tomorrow. Hosted by Christian Terwiesch, Andrew M. Heller Professor at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and Co-Director of Penn’s Mack Institute for Innovation Management, we look at how new technology is causing disruptions in existing industries, changing the meaning of work along the way. In this premiere episode, Christian speaks with Stephen Laster, Chief Digital Officer at McGraw-Hill Education, an ...

Puerto Rico's Governor, Ricardo Rossello, appeare…

Puerto Rico's Governor, Ricardo Rossello, appeared before Congress last week after asking the Trump administration for $94 billion to help the island recover. Host Dan Loney talks to Carla Minet, Executive Director of the Center for Investigative Journalism in Puerto Rico, and Deepak Lamba Nieves, Research Director for the Center for a New Economy, to look at how much progress has been made since the devastation of Hurricane Maria as of last week, and how many repairs are still needed on Knowled ...

Abby Kohut, Absolutely Abby and Author/Recruiter,…

Abby Kohut, Absolutely Abby and Author/Recruiter, joins host Dr. Dawn Graham to discuss what we can be thankful about at our jobs, as well as giving career advice to listener call ins on Career Talk.

Amber Olson Rourke, Chief Marketing Officer at Ne…

Amber Olson Rourke, Chief Marketing Officer at Nerium International, joins hosts Barbara Kahn and Americus Reed to discuss marketing her online skincare products during holiday sales on this special Black Friday Episode of Marketing Matters.

Andrew Sivori, VP of Home Entertainment Marketing…

Andrew Sivori, VP of Home Entertainment Marketing at Samsung Electronics America, joins hosts Barbara Kahn and Americus Reed to discuss how Samsung is gearing up for holidays sales on this special Black Friday Episode of Marketing Matters.

Steve Barr, Consumer Markets Leader at PwC, joins…

Steve Barr, Consumer Markets Leader at PwC, joins hosts Barbara Kahn and Americus Reed to discuss PwC's Holiday Outlook for 2017 on this special Black Friday Episode of Marketing Matters.

Ken Belson, Staff Writer at the New York Times, j…

Ken Belson, Staff Writer at the New York Times, joins hosts Ken Shropshire and George Perry to discuss some of the current hot button issues of the NFL including the Dallas Cowboys' Owner Jerry Jones impeding the finalization of the NFL Commissioner's contract and former NFL players coming together to fight for more transparency in the NFL's concussion settlement payments on The Wharton Sports Business Show.

Casey Swanton, Senior Email Strategist at Return …

Casey Swanton, Senior Email Strategist at Return Path, joins hosts Barbara Kahn and Americus Reed to discuss strategic marketing via email campaigns for the upcoming holidays on this special Black Friday Episode of Marketing Matters.

Business Radio Special: Host Loren Feldman is LIV…

Business Radio Special: Host Loren Feldman is LIVE from the Ernst & Young Strategic Growth Forum 2017 in Palm Springs, CA. Loren talks with Merrilee Kick, Founder and CEO of Buzzballz, about her journey to create these special booze-on-the-go balls on this special episode of Mind Your Business.

Business Radio Special: Host Loren Feldman is LIV…

Business Radio Special: Host Loren Feldman is LIVE from the Ernst & Young Strategic Growth Forum 2017 in Palm Springs, CA. Loren talks with Nate and Vanessa Quigley, Co-Founders of Chatbooks, about running a business as husband and wife on this special episode of Mind Your Business.

Business Radio Special: Host Loren Feldman is LIV…

Business Radio Special: Host Loren Feldman is LIVE from the Ernst & Young Strategic Growth Forum 2017 in Palm Springs, CA. Loren talks with Nick Bayer, Founder and CEO, Saxby’s Coffee, about expansion in a competitive market on this special episode of Mind Your Business.

Business Radio Special: Host Loren Feldman is LIV…

Business Radio Special: Host Loren Feldman is LIVE from the Ernst & Young Strategic Growth Forum 2017 in Palm Springs, CA. Loren talks with Sherry Deutschmann, Founder of LetterLogic, about how she started and successfully sold her own company on this special episode of Mind Your Business.

Business Radio Special: Host Loren Feldman is LIV…

Business Radio Special: Host Loren Feldman is LIVE from the Ernst & Young Strategic Growth Forum 2017 in Palm Springs, CA. Loren talks with Nina Tandon, Co-Founder and CEO of EpiBone, Inc., and Lori Torres, Founder and CEO of Parcel Pending, about winning the EY Entrepreneurial Winning Women™ program, a national competition and executive education program that identifies a select group of high-potential women entrepreneurs whose businesses show real potential to scale — and then helps them do it ...

Business Radio Special: Host Loren Feldman is LIV…

Business Radio Special: Host Loren Feldman is LIVE from the Ernst & Young Strategic Growth Forum 2017 in Palm Springs, CA. Loren talks with Karen Clark Cole, CEO and Co-Founder of Blink UX, about how she helps companies design technology with the user in mind on this special episode of Mind Your Business.

Business Radio Insights: Americus Reed, the Whitn…

Business Radio Insights: Americus Reed, the Whitney M. Young Jr., Professor of Marketing at the Wharton School and host of Marketing Matters, discusses the key to Branding and developing a Brand Identity.

Larry Dubinski, President and CEO of the Franklin…

Larry Dubinski, President and CEO of the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia — one of the oldest and best centers for science education and development in the U.S. Larry joins hosts Jeff Klein, Anne Greenhalgh, and Mike Useem to discuss how the venerable institution has evolved alongside science and technology—and the challenges of sustaining a major non-profit landmark each year on Leadership in Action.

Heidi Patel, Partner at Rethink Impact, joins hos…

Heidi Patel, Partner at Rethink Impact, joins hosts Doug Collom and Irina Yuen to discuss how the early stage venture capital firm focuses on companies with female leadership teams that are using technology to create positive social and environmental impact at massive scale on Bay Area Ventures.

Noelle St. Clair, Community Development Advisor a…

Noelle St. Clair, Community Development Advisor and Outreach Manager at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, joins hosts Sherryl Kuhlman and Katherine Klein to discuss the Federal Reserve System’s economic growth objectives by promoting community development in low- and moderate-income communities and fair and impartial access to credit in under-served markets on Dollars and Change.

Michael Bungay-Stanier, Founder and Senior Partne…

Michael Bungay-Stanier, Founder and Senior Partner of Box of Crayons, a company known for teaching 10-minute managerial coaching, joins host Stew Friedman to discuss his new book "The Coaching Habit: Say Less, Ask More & Change the Way You Lead Forever” on Work and Life.

Bruce Goldfarb, President and CEO of Okapi Partne…

Bruce Goldfarb, President and CEO of Okapi Partners, joins hosts Jeff Klein, Anne Greenhalgh, and Mike Useem to discuss his work as a proxy solicitation strategist, assisting clients in the execution for mergers and acquisitions, proxy fights and other extraordinary transactions on Leadership in Action.

James Bullard, President of the Federal Reserve B…

James Bullard, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, joins hosts Jeremy Schwartz and Jeremy Seigel to discuss interest rates, inflation concerns, and when we might see an end to this rally in stocks. They’ll also get his thoughts on President Trump’s nominee to be the next Fed Chair, Jerome Powell, on Behind the Markets.

AT&T is in acquisition talks with Time Warner. AT…

AT&T is in acquisition talks with Time Warner. AT&T says it won't sell CNN nor other key assets as it's acquisition attempts. Earlier this week the Justice Department suggested a sale of the Cable News Network or Direct TV prior to the administration's approval of the $85 billion merger. Host Dan Loney talks with Herbert Hovenkamp, Professor at Wharton and Penn Law, and Hemant Bhargava, Wharton Alum and Professor of Technology Management at UC Davis, to discuss the specifics of the deal on Know ...

Joe Witte, Executive Director of Bunker Labs (a n…

Joe Witte, Executive Director of Bunker Labs (a nonprofit 501c3 accelerator for veteran and military entrepreneurs), joins hosts Loren Feldman and Celeste Corrado to discuss veteran entrepreneurs and his mission to educate, inspire and connect the veteran community with leading entrepreneurs and VC’s in order to build thriving businesses and illustrate the value military experience brings in developing innovative companies on this special Veterans Day edition of Mind Your Business.

The Trump Administration has reversed some of the…

The Trump Administration has reversed some of the rules guiding US relations with Cuba. These include tighter restrictions on American travel and trade to the island nation. Host Dan Loney talks with Gustavo Arnavat, Senior Advisor at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), and John Kavulich, President of the US/Cuba Trade and Economic Council, Inc., to discuss the impact of these new restrictions on Knowledge@Wharton.

Ben Reiter, Senior Writer for Sports Illustrated …

Ben Reiter, Senior Writer for Sports Illustrated and SI.com, joins hosts Cade Massey and Shane Jensen to discuss his now-famous 2014 article predicting the 2017 World Series Championship win by the Houston Astros on Moneyball.

President Trump just completed his visit to China…

President Trump just completed his visit to China as part of his twelve day trip to the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit. Host Dan Loney talks with Jacques DeLisle, Director of the Center for East Asian Studies at the University of Pennsylvania, and Minyuan Zhao, Associate Professor of Management at the Wharton School, to discuss what Beijing hopes to gain from this trip and what's at stake for the US on Knowledge@Wharton.

Courtney Spaeth, CEO of growth[period], and Steve…

Courtney Spaeth, CEO of growth[period], and Steve Bryant, Business & Strategy Director of the Real Estate Operations Division at United Services Automobile Association (USAA), join host Dr. Dawn Graham to discuss tips and pointers on Veterans transitioning out of the military and into the civilian workforce on this special Veterans Day episode of Career Talk.

Morra Aarons-Mele, Founder of Women Online and Th…

Morra Aarons-Mele, Founder of Women Online and The Mission List, joins host Laura Zarrow to discuss her new book "HIDING IN THE BATHROOM: An Introvert's Roadmap to Getting Out There (When You'd Rather Stay Home)" on Women@Work.

Matt Stephenson, Executive Director and Co-Founde…

Matt Stephenson, Executive Director and Co-Founder at Code2College, joins hosts Sherryl Kuhlman and Katherine Klein to discuss his mission to provide access and opportunities in Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) fields to students from underrepresented backgrounds in tech: girls, students of color and from low-income backgrounds on Dollars and Change.

Bill Taylor, Founding Editor of Fast Company, joi…

Bill Taylor, Founding Editor of Fast Company, joins hosts Peter Cappelli and Dan O'Meara to discuss his latest article in the Harvard Business Review: "Four Kinds of Workplaces and How to Know Which Is Best for You" on In the Workplace.

Ben Einstein, General Partner of Bolt Innovation …

Ben Einstein, General Partner of Bolt Innovation Management, joins host Rob Coneybeer to discuss how his company, a pre-seed fund focused on companies at the intersection of hardware and software, has progressed since he was last on Launch Pad in 2014.

President Trump is well-known for accusing news s…

President Trump is well-known for accusing news sources as "fake news". Host Dan Loney talks with Bruce Bartlett, Columnist and Former Domestic Policy Adviser to President Ronald Reagan and Former Treasury Official under George H.W. Bush, to discuss his new book "The Truth Matters" which helps guide people who want to seek out trustworthy political sources on Knowledge@Wharton.

Ben Falk, Former VP of Basketball Strategy and Ow…

Ben Falk, Former VP of Basketball Strategy and Owner of CleaningTheGlass.com, joins hosts Cade Massey, Eric Bradlow and Shane Jensen to discuss his experience working with the 76ers during the early stages of "The Process" and making the transition to running a statistical NBA database with cutting edge analysis on Wharton Moneyball.

Open enrollment started last week for the Afforda…

Open enrollment started last week for the Affordable Care Act, and it may be one of the toughest in the last five years. The enrollment period has been shortened to 45 days, advertising for the law has been cut drastically as has staffing for those helping people understand which plans are best for them, and rates for those who don't qualify for subsidies have gone up significantly. Host Dan Loney talks with Mark Paul, Professor of Health Care Management at the Wharton School, and Katherine Hem ...

Business Radio Special: Host Dan Loney broadcasts…

Business Radio Special: Host Dan Loney broadcasts LIVE from the First Annual Forbes Small Giant Conference 2017 in New York City, a celebration of America’s Best Small Companies, 25 privately owned companies that have chosen to be great instead of big. In this hour, he speaks with Nancy Traversy, Co-Founder and CEO of Barefoot Books, Ted Castle, President and CEO of Rhino Foods, Nawal Motawi, Founder and Owner of Motawi Tileworks, and Salvatore Melilli, National Audit Leader for Private Markets ...

Business Radio Special: Host Dan Loney broadcasts…

Business Radio Special: Host Dan Loney broadcasts LIVE from the First Annual Forbes Small Giant Conference 2017 in New York City, a celebration of America’s Best Small Companies, 25 privately owned companies that have chosen to be great instead of big. In this hour, he speaks with Loren Feldman, Senior Editor for Entrepreneurship at Forbes and host of Mind Your Business on Business Radio, Bo Burlingham, Forbes Contributor and author of "Small Giants: Companies that Chose to Be Great Instead of B ...

Constance Hunter, Chief Economist of KPMG LLP, an…

Constance Hunter, Chief Economist of KPMG LLP, and Brian Wesbury, Chief Economist at First Trust Advisors, join hosts Jeremy Schwartz and Jeremy Siegel to discuss the markets' reaction to recent Fed Chair nominee, current proposed GOP tax plan, the jobs report, and much more on Behind the Markets.

President Trump has chosen Federal Reserve govern…

President Trump has chosen Federal Reserve governor Jerome Powell to replace Janet Yellen as the next chairman of the central bank. Host Dan Loney talks with Peter Conti-Brown, Professor of Legal Studies and Business Ethics at the Wharton School, and Krista Schwarz, Finance Professor at the Wharton School, to discuss what Powell is expected to bring to the position and the reactions from financial markets to this decision on Knowledge@Wharton.

In September, Iraqi Kurds voted for independence.…

In September, Iraqi Kurds voted for independence. Host Dan Loney talks with Brendan O'Leary, Constitutional Advisor to the Kurdistan Regional Government and Professor of Political Science at the University of Pennsylvania, to discuss what this means, what has happened in the region since then, and what could happen next on Knowledge@Wharton.

Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont remains in Bruss…

Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont remains in Brussels, as Spain seeks to charge him and over a dozen ministers with rebellion and sedition. The European Union has largely tried to stay out of the conflict as at the region attempts to declare independence from Madrid. Host Dan Loney talks with Joao Gomes, Professor of Finance at the Wharton School, and Becquer Seguin, Assistant Professor of Iberian Studies at Johns Hopkins University, to discuss the situation and the long term political and financ ...

Book: Adaptive Markets with Andrew Lo

Fri Nov 03 2017 (53:35)

Andrew Lo, Professor at the MIT Sloan School of M…

Andrew Lo, Professor at the MIT Sloan School of Management and Director of the MIT Laboratory for Financial Engineering, joins hosts Jeremy Schwartz and Jeremy Siegel to discuss his new book, "Adaptive Markets: Financial Evolution at the Speed of Thought" with a recent market update on Behind the Markets.

Mitch Roschelle, Partner and Business Development…

Mitch Roschelle, Partner and Business Development Leader at PwC, joins host Sam Chandan to discuss the recently released Emerging Trends in Real Estate, the annual market forecast co-published by Mitch, on The Real Estate Hour.

Sarah Green Carmichael, Senior Editor at Harvard …

Sarah Green Carmichael, Senior Editor at Harvard Business Review and host of the HBR IdeaCast podcast, joins host Stew Friedman to discuss research that shows overworking is actually LESS productive, and that time off is important on Work and Life.