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What the FTX Collapse Means for the Cryptocurrency Market
Wharton’s Kevin Werbach speaks with Wharton Business Daily on SiriusXM about the fall of FTX and the need for better cryptocurrency regulation.
Twitter and Free Speech: What Is Musk’s Plan?
Wharton’s Pinar Yildirim speaks with Wharton Business Daily on SiriusXM about how Elon Musk may handle content moderation on Twitter.
Why Employee-owned Companies Are Better at Building Worker Wealth
Wharton’s Katherine Klein talks to Corey Rosen, founder of the National Center for Employee Ownership, about how employee ownership plans are structured and why they yield great financial benefits for companies and workers alike.
Greenhushing: Why Some Firms Keep Quiet About ESG
Worried about backlash, some companies don’t openly share the steps they may be taking to reduce their carbon footprint. Wharton’s Mirko Heinle explains this troubling trend of “greenhushing” and what it means for climate change.
Navigating Microaggressions at Work
Diversity at Work podcast, Wharton’s Stephanie Creary and two guest experts tackle the thorny issue of microaggressions.
How to Get the Most from Your Customer Data
‘The Customer-Base Audit,’ co-authored by Wharton’s Peter Fader, argues that firms cannot make fully informed decisions without first understanding their customers’ buying behavior and the actual health of their customer base.
‘Best Countries’ 2022: Who’s Number One?
Wharton marketing professor David Reibstein unveils his annual “Best Countries“ ranking and explains why Switzerland takes the top while the U.S. has never cracked first place.
Can the Fed Fix the Contradiction in the Housing Market?
The Federal Reserve’s fiscal policy is meant to curb inflation, but it has a countervailing effect of squeezing an already tight real estate market, according to Wharton’s Susan Wachter. She explains why home prices likely won’t come down without significant unemployment.