Wharton Business Daily
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.
Penn Wharton Budget Model: The Fed Will Welcome Fiscal Restraint Right Now11:04John Ricco, Director of Tax & Budget Analysis at the Penn Wharton Budget Model, discusses the Fiscal Responsibility Act and the Budget Model's recent assessment of the bill.
Glenn Stearns: How to Take Life Lessons and Become the Victor, Not the Victim15:36Glenn Stearns, Entrepreneur and Author of InteGRITy, joins the show to discuss his new book and path to success.
Why Climate Change Is Making Homeowner’s Insurance More Expensive10:45Homeowner’s insurance is becoming more costly because of climate change. Wharton’s Benjamin Keys discusses how the insurance market and the government will likely respond.
The Impact of Loneliness on Your Brain and Why Connection Is Key13:14Michael Platt, the James S. Riede University Professor at the Wharton School, joins the show to discuss loneliness, it's impact on the brain, and how remote workplaces do little to foster an engaged and social culture among younger workers.
Life After College: The State of the Labor Force for New Graduates10:54Barbara Hewitt, Executive Director of Career Services at Penn, joins the show to discuss how colleges help prepare students for the workforce.
How Banks Could Protect Themselves from Runs09:26The 2023 banking crisis brought into sharp focus the downsides of rising interest rates and uninsured deposits. Wharton finance professor Itamar Drechsler talks about his new research that offers banks a way to manage those risks.
What's It like to Be a Small Business Owner Right Now?10:41Cait Lamberton, Wharton Professor of Marketing, and Andrea Kyan, founder of P.S. & Co, join the show in honor of Small Business Month to discuss the small business landscape and how small businesses are responding to today's unique challenges.
Bombas Co-founder on Company's 10 Year Anniversary: We Have Donated 100 Million Items08:06Randy Goldberg, Co-founder of Bombas, joins the show to discuss the 10-year anniversary of the company, and how their mission plays an integral role in customer retention.
What to Do When You’re Feeling Anxious at Work12:54Anxiety at work is pervasive, but there are simple and effective ways to manage it, says Wharton professor Maurice Schweitzer.