Wharton Business Daily
After Years of Trial and Error, Biotech is Seeing More Successes Than Ever
John Crowley, Chairman & Former CEO of Amicus Therapeutics, joins the show to discuss the strides the biotech industry has made in therapies for rare genetic diseases and the industry landscape going forward. This interview originally aired as part of Wharton Business Daily's Business of Healthcare special.
Addressing the Rising Costs of Insulin: What's the Best Way to Keep Prices Down?
Mark Pauly, Wharton Professor Emeritus of Healthcare Management, joins the show to discuss the rising costs of insulin on the heels of Eli Lily's announcement that it will cap insulin prices at $35 per month.
The SVB Collapse Was an Old School Bank Run: Here's Why
Itay Goldstein, Wharton Professor of Finance and Economics, joins the show to discuss the SVB collapse and how the impacts of SVB and Signature Bank could have effects outside the banking sector.
How the Banking Crisis Could Hurt Real Estate Lending
Bank lending to the real estate industry could contract in the fallout from the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank, according to Susan M. Wachter, Wharton professor of real estate and finance.
The SVB Collapse Could Lead to More Insurance and Regulations: Here's Why
Itamar Drechsler, Wharton Professor of Finance, joins the show to discuss the Silicon Valley Bank collapse and where the banking industry goes from here, especially when it comes to uninsured deposits.
Women's History Month Shines a Light on Strong Female Voices
Jailan Griffiths, VP and Global Head of Purpose at Nasdaq, joined Wharton Business Daily to discuss Women's History Month and what it means to her both personally and professionally.This interview originally aired as part of Wharton Business Daily's Women in Business special.
How to Harness the Power of Precise Words
In his latest book, “Magic Words,” Wharton marketing professor Jonah Berger teaches readers how they can tweak written and verbal communication to become more persuasive and effective at work and at home.
Women in the C-Suite: Corporate Culture Needs to Better Embrace Women
Laura Zarrow, Executive Director of Wharton People Analytics and host of Women@Work on SiriusXM, joins the show to discuss Women's History Month and why this year's theme hits close to home. She also discusses women in the C-suite, corporate culture, and why burnout is a major concern for women in leadership positions. This interview originally aired as part of Wharton Business Daily's Women in Business special in honor of Women's History Month.
Women Make Great Investors But More Need to Join the Conversation
Nancy Tengler, CEO & CIO of Laffer Tengler Investments and author of "The Women's Guide to Successful Investing," joins the show to discuss Women's History Month, women in the workforce, and how to attract more women into the finance industry. This interview originally aired as part of Wharton Business Daily's Women in Business special in honor of Women's History Month.