Why 2021 Will Be 'Gangbusters'
Wharton Professor of Finance Jeremy Siegel gives the lay of the land in terms of what he's seeing with Wall Street, the Dow nearing 30,000 and what the year ahead has in store for us as we look to recover from the effects of the pandemic.
The State of the Investing Landscape
Howard Marks, W'67, Co-Founder and Co-Chairman of Oaktree Capital Management, talks about the current investing landscape, market recoveries and how the markets are doing well despite rising COVID-19 numbers across the country.
Why Social Media Is Now an Integral Part of Our Elections
Wharton Assistant Professor of Marketing Pinar Yildirim talks about how social media has become an integral part of our elections, how they are cracking down on misinformation, and how they should continue to take more action moving forward.
Nobel Prize Winning Economist on COVID + Economic Recovery
Paul Krugman talks to Dan Loney about his views on economic recovery, where we stand with the pandemic and how he feels about the future. Krugman is a Nobel Laureate, Distinguished Professor of Economics at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, and an opinion columnist for The New York Times.
Ant Group IPO: What Went Wrong
David Hsu, Professor of Management at Wharton, talks about why Chinese regulators halted the Ant Group IPO and what might happen next.
A World's Eye View on the 2020 Presidential Election
Ian Bremmer, founder and president of Eurasia Group, talks to Wharton Business Daily host Dan Loney about the 2020 presidential election and the potential impacts for firms and governments around the world.
The Lifespan of a CEO
Marius Guenzel, Assistant Professor of Finance at Wharton, talks about the lifespan of a CEO both on the job and in their overall life. He discusses his recent paper that looked at the impact that different factors, like the Coronavirus Pandemic, hostile takeovers or industry turmoil, have on CEOs, and how it impacts their life expectancy.