Wharton Stories: Business Radio

“It’s hard to look at this and see how much market share Google has in Google Search and see how little transparency there is around it. It’s amazing to me that one company can have this much power.” — Kirsten Grind

The Unintended Consequences of Google Search Results

“There’s this incredible disconnect right now. Unemployment is at 3.6 percent — that’s beyond full employment. Why is everybody so unhappy, or at least, anxious?”

Dean Garrett Breaks Down Trade War Politics, the Rise of Populism, and What Keeps Him Optimistic

“What we were finding was that we were onto something big and something different, something that wasn’t just confined to my community, Tarkwa Breman, alone.”

How This Penn Alum Is Revitalizing Education and Healthcare Through Cocoa Farms in Ghana

“I used to not believe in core values — until we picked ones we believed in and operationalized them. They work if they’re real.”

How an Award-Winning Marketing Firm Fosters Work/Life Balance

Joey Zwillinger, WG’10, joined his co-founder Tim Brown on the first episode of Zwillinger’s Wharton Business Radio show to discuss how Allbirds innovates while staying eco-friendly.

The Co-Founder of Allbirds Launches Podcast to Explore Mission-Driven Businesses

“I really wanted people to find this safe place, this safe workout, because it’s low-impact. People can come and take a class if they’re 17 years old or if they’re 82 years old.”

Why The Co-Founder of SoulCycle Restarted with a New Fitness Venture

“It’s not all about making a fast buck. It’s about building a foundation, it’s about building infrastructure, and it’s about bringing people into the industry that wouldn’t necessarily have a chance to be part of it.”

Cannabusiness: How Marijuana Industry Pioneers Are Paving the Way Forward

Rebecca Masisak, CEO of TechSoup, discusses her efforts to connect nonprofits with affordable technology resources.

TechSoup CEO Talks Empowering Nonprofits With Tech Resources

“Our background, our founding, was about a grab-and-go concept. As we evolve, it really is about that weekly relationship — how can we solve various points of friction in your nutrition needs week to week.”

How Snap Kitchen Evolved from a Grab-and-Go Meal Service to a Lifestyle Solution

“Every company we have invested in does something that we are not totally focused on doing today […] but they have a gap where we have expertise. So, by working together, especially when we have shared customers, we can just do more.”

BlackRock COO of Digital Wealth Discusses Tech and Automation in Finance