Wharton Business Daily
Are Strikes More Common in the US than in Europe?10:04Whitney Breer, author of "Leadership Starts With You," joins the show to discuss the differences between the US and Europe when it comes to unions, workers' rights and strikes.
There's a Right Way to Brag at Work. Here's How12:03Wharton management professor Maurice Schweitzer discusses his latest research on dual-promotion and why it works better than excessive self-promotion.
Two-thirds of Households Have Locked in Mortgage Rates of 4% or Less11:06Lu Liu, Wharton Assistant Professor of Finance, recently joined the show to discuss mortgage interest rates and their impact on relocations, refinancing and lock-ins.
We Will See a Continued Growth of Consumer Power in the Retail Sector: Here's Why11:08Mark Matthews, Executive Director of Research for the National Retail Federation, joins the show to discuss the state of the retail industry and why traditional bricks and mortar retail isn't going anywhere.
Our Question of Self Becomes More Important as We Delve Deeper into the World of AI09:22Wharton Professor of Marketing Stefano Puntoni joins the show to talk about a recent article he wrote for Harvard Business Review on how AI affects our sense of self.
Private Companies with Less than $200M in Revenue are Facing Greater Challenges13:42Wolfe Tone, U.S. Deloitte Private Leader & Vice Chair, joins the show to discuss Deloitte's recent survey of U.S. C-level private business leaders about their near-term strategies for navigating financial risks and opportunities.
Can Zillow's 1% Down Payment Program Help the Housing Market?19:52Wharton’s Benjamin Keys weighs in on Zillow’s new 1% downpayment loan, saying the fintech firm is trying to innovate in a housing market that just isn’t moving.
Penn President Magill: Leadership is a Rare Privilege & Opportunity20:04University of Pennsylvania President Liz Magill joins Wharton Business Daily to discuss her first year at Penn and strategic planning process, her experience and leadership style, and the state of higher education overall.
Why We Shouldn't Leave Low-income Americans Out of the Financial Bill of Rights09:05Wharton professor Wendy De La Rosa joins the show to discuss how tens of millions of low-income Americans won’t benefit from the CFPB's pending regulations.