Wharton Business Daily
Innovators and business leaders take on the latest news, trends, and issues.
Wharton Business Daily is a dynamic new morning show airing live from the Wharton School on SiriusXM Channel 132. The show offers listeners the latest news and the most fascinating breaking trends with an emphasis on issues impacting both consumers and the business world.
Each day Wharton Business Daily will air segments featuring top business leaders, innovators and renowned Wharton faculty discussing topics that really matter and that draw from the School’s unique and deep expertise across its ten academic areas.
Wharton Business Daily airs live from 10 a.m. to 12 noon ET from the Wharton School’s Philadelphia campus on SiriusXM Channel 132.
Week of November 18, 2019
First thing on Monday morning, Alexis Ohanian, Reddit co-founder, spoke to us about supporting startup founders through his new venture capital firm, Initialized Capital. On Tuesday, Wharton Management Prof. Eric Clemons stopped by the studio to discuss Google’s search result algorithm and the company’s antitrust fine. Also, Wharton Marketing Prof. Americus Reed highlighted the week’s top marketing stories, including news of Starbucks’ new bathroom policy.
On Thursday, the show aired a LinkedIn Live interview with Lauder Institute Prof. Mohamed A. El-Erian about where the global economy is headed. Wharton Real Estate Prof. Susan Wachter added her insights to the state of the real estate market and Wharton Health Care Management Prof. Matthew Grennan spoke to hospital pricing transparency.
The week wrapped with a conversation with Wharton MBA students Mike Weber and Vendant Saboo who founded Frutero Ice Cream, a company that makes ice cream made exclusively from fresh fruits grown by farmers in Colombia and Thailand.
Also on the show this week: Maryann Turcke, Chief Operating Officer at National Football League and Peter Adderton, founder and former CEO of Boost Mobile.