Wharton Professor on Why Insider Trading is 'Alive & Well' on Wall Street
Daniel Taylor, Associate Professor of Accounting at the Wharton School, and Faculty Director of its Forensic Analytics Lab, talks about his new research in insider trading and if the stock market really is rigged.
Creator of Showtime's The Circus on the Impact of the Infrastructure Bill on Capitol Hill
Mark McKinnon, Creator of Showtime's The Circus, joins Wharton Business Daily's special on the Infrastructure Bill to give his take on the situation and the impact around Capitol Hill.
It's Hard to Be a Whistleblower: Wharton Professor Explains Why
Wharton Professor of Management Samir Nurmohamed talks about his research highlighting the importance of coming forward in the face of unethical behavior, in light of the issues the Facebook whistleblower brought to light.
Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Now Is the Time to Get Your Mammogram
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Paula Schneider, President & CEO of the Susan G. Komen Foundation, joins Wharton Business Daily to talk about the history of the Foundation, the business of breast cancer, and how they are working to break down inequities in accessing treatment and care.
Bias in Bankruptcy Proceedings: Does Race Matter in the Decision Process?
Sasha Indarte, Assistant Professor of Finance at the Wharton School, talks about her new research revealing bias and disparities in the bankruptcy process.
When Will the Auto Industry Return to Normal? Subaru President Weighs In
Subaru America President and CEO Tom Doll visits Wharton Business Daily to talk about the impact of the semiconductor chip shortage on car sales, the push for EVs and the state of the auto industry overall.This interview originally aired as part of Wharton Business Daily's Business of Auto Sales special.