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Here's What The Wharton School Of Business Really Thinks Of Donald Trump
The GOP presidential candidate loves to name-drop the school. But he's not good for Wharton's image.
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Professor At Donald Trump's Alma Mater Calls Him A 'True Threat To Our Democracy'
Eric Schoenberg has already donated a lot of money to help defeat the GOP nominee.
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Wharton Class of 2016 Graduation Speech: We Are Different In A Good Way
Sebastián Negrón Reichard
Recent University of Pennsylvania graduate, Puerto Rican, soon...
"Do not forget how blessed we have been and that what ignites true happiness is giving back."
Did Daddy Get Donald Out of Vietnam and Into Wharton? X-Rays and College Transcripts Could Answer
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Trump's entire persona seems to be built on grandiose claims. Two of them -- his explanation for lacking a military record and his claim of super-intelligence -- demand proof because he raised them as issues.
Is Amazon Reinventing Retail for the 21st Century?
As the Internet drives consolidation in competitive industries, with Facebook dominating social media, Apple ruling smartphones, and Uber becoming the king of transportation, Amazon wants to capture market share from its rivals by ingraining itself in our daily lives.
Immigrant Entrepreneurs Achieve The American Dream
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The American Dream is chased by everyone! These Immigrant Entrepreneurs achieved their dreams and share the stories on an
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But where would we go? Entrepreneurs who have capital can afford to take risks, can afford to keep the electricity running
Wharton Professor Says Procrastination Is An Incubator For Creativity
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Navigating Impact Investing: The Need for Greater Clarity and Efficiency
Managing Partner, Tideline, and Coauthor,
The Impact Inves...
Demand for impact investing is surging - yet investors, even interested ones, have a hard time wrapping their heads around the practice.
Brand New CrossFit Man
Best selling lottery and structured settlement expert
At age 56, I get to be a rock star. In an athletic setting. Surrounded by some of the fittest and most motivated people I have ever met. All I have to do is keep showing up and let them watch me go at CrossFit with complete abandon. I have a new set of friends and admirers.
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Startup Insider: How Apu Gupta Built Curalate -- The Future of Image Analytics for Brands
Founder of YouthHack
"I just wish people would stop glamorizing over startups because there is nothing cool about this. There are these outlier stories where startups come out of nowhere and get bought for millions of dollars but they're rare."
Just One Debate Question For Donald Trump
There is one question it would be wonderful for someone to ask Donald Trump at the Republican debate on Sept. 16: What is wrong with you? Seriously. Many of us want to know.
Donald Trump Wants You To Know Just How Smart He Is
Donald Trump went to the Wharton School of Finance.
FORBES Raises the Bar on Crowdfunding With FORBES List Resources for Its Upcoming "Under 30 Summit" and $1 Million Prize
Author of three bestselling novels and a PR exec
"We have brought together an amazing coalition of good for a historic competition that we hope will inspire and accelerate
Does Your Brand Fit Like Cinderella's Glass Slipper?
Eduardo P. Braun
Leadership expert and author of "People First Leadership"
There is an enormous gap between the promise in the marketing message and the actual product or service delivered. I believe the key to solving this problem is going back to leadership and corporate culture.
Going to an Ivy Doesn't Suck: A Response to Zach Schwartz
Theodore L. Caputi
Alcohol & Other Drugs Researcher
Mr. Schwartz's article made going to an Ivy seem like an empty dream - maybe even a hoax. Honestly, after two years, I wouldn't trade my time at Penn for the world. If you have the opportunity to go, I strongly recommend it.
Every College Student Should Try This
Theodore L. Caputi
Alcohol & Other Drugs Researcher
Throughout my first two years at Penn, I have had the opportunity to learn from world experts and renowned researchers. But what would I say has been the most valuable part of my Ivy League education?
A Glimpse Into the New World: The 2015 Wharton Social Impact Conference
Profit & Operations Improvement Advisor, Former Management Con...
Our Social Impact Investing panel will include luminaries whose activities have powered the social impact engine by focusing on investments in this domain.
Meet the Grave Dancer: Sam Zell, Real Estate Billionaire
I walked into Huntsman Hall at The Wharton School expecting to hear another Wall Street junkie spew rhetoric that half the audience wouldn't understand. Instead, I was startled when an older man in jeans and a T-shirt bolted into the room unexpectedly.
Embracing Your Roots
Heather Deason Zynczak
Data-Driven Marketer, Technology Executive and Mother of 3 You...
While the ability to triumph does come from within, be proud of where you came from. Use your background to your advantage.
Outdoor Company Cotopaxi Puts Its Money Where Its Heart Is
Writer and Founder, The Knoble Media
Cotopaxi donates a minimum 10 percent of its profit to one of its partner nonprofit organizations to create a sustainable impact in the community those organizations serve. Smith's company goes one step further by showing potential and returning customers where that donation is going.
Millennial Recruitment and Impact Investing
Authentic Eccentric Impact Investing Change Agent
If a company wanted to attract the best and the brightest and retain that talent, they would have to anchor corporate social responsibility and sustainability in all their business processes.
10 Years Later -- Reunion Reflections on Success
Health Care Entrepreneur, Mother, and Yoga Enthusiast.
It took some time to realize that even though my title and pay were the highest they had ever been, this situation was not sustainable. I was spending more time in my car than with my daughter every day, and I found that unnerving.
The Terrible Fear of Paying the Poor Too Much
Leo W. Gerard
International President, United Steelworkers
The GOP is so afraid that the nation's lowest wage earners will get a raise that Republican politicians across the country are working overtime to outlaw wages above $7.25 an hour for these workers.
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