Wharton Business Daily
Decision 2020: Reaching Voters As We Close In on Election Day
Michael Steele, former RNC Chairman and Senior Advisor to The Lincoln Project, talks about the final weeks of campaigning, why national polling cannot be trusted, and how running a campaign is different for an incumbent vs. a first-time candidate.
Coastal Communities & Climate Risk: A Big Financial Challenge
Ben Keys, Assistant Professor of Real Estate at the Wharton School, talks about sea level rise, its impact on the housing market, and what the future holds for the real estate market, mortgage lenders and insurers due to the effects of climate change.
Luxury Retailer Rebecca Minkoff: Future Entrepreneurs Can Learn from the Pandemic
Rebecca Minkoff, designer and founder of the luxury retail company that bears her name, and member of the Directors Council of Wharton's Baker Retailing Center, talks to Wharton Business Daily's Dan Loney about the pandemic's impact on luxury retailers, and her retail philosophy moving forward.
How the Election is Impacting the News Media
Major Garrett, Chief Washington Correspondent for CBS News, talks about how the election is impacting the news media, the landscape of news today and the problem with FOX News and MSNBC.
Understanding the Economics of School Reopenings
Efraim Berkovich, Director of Computational Dynamics with the Penn Wharton Budget Model, talks to Dan Loney about the Penn Wharton Budget Model's new report that analyzes the economics of reopening schools vs. keeping them closed.
Leadership in a Pandemic
John Mackey, Founder & CEO of Whole Foods, talks about how the company has fared during the pandemic, the kinds of leaders we need right now, and his new book, Conscious Leadership: Elevating Humanity Through Business.
Is At-Home Fitness Here to Stay?
Fitness expert and founder of The Fitness App Jillian Michaels talks about her battle with COVID-19, how her businesses have been impacted by the pandemic and whether at-home fitness is here to stay.
Can People Change Their Minds About Political Candidates?
There's a belief that 70% of people who will vote in the upcoming presidential election already know who they are going to vote for. How do you influence undecided voters - and convince the 70% who are decided to at least consider the other candidate? Jonah Berger, Associate Professor of Marketing at The Wharton School, talks about how to influence mindsets on this edition of Wharton Business Daily.