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Celeste Corrado Named New Wharton Small Business Development Center Director

The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania has announced that Celeste Corrado will serve as the new Director of the Wharton Small Business Development Center (Wharton SBDC). Read More
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Soccer Without Borders Wins $250,000 Lipman Family Prize

Soccer Without Borders was named today as the winner of the 2016 Barry & Marie Lipman Family Prize. Chosen from more than 170 applicants around the globe, this small-but-mighty social change organization uses the universal platform of soccer to help children succeed. Read More
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Wharton Business Plan Competition Perlman Grand Prize Winner BioCellection is Cleaning the Oceans with Bioengineered Bacteria

The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania announced that student team BioCellection won the $30,000 Perlman Grand Prize of the 2016 Wharton Business Plan Competition—as well as the Wharton Social Impact Prize, the Gloeckner Undergraduate Award, the Michelson People’s Choice Award, and the Committee Award for Most ‘Wow Factor,’ making them the first team ...Read More
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Prof. Kent Smetters in

Prof. of Business Economics and Public Policy Kent Smetters explains annuities in Read More
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Prof. Jeremy Siegel on CNBC’s “Closing Bell”

Prof. of Finance Jeremy Siegel discusses weak tech earnings on CNBC’s “Closing Bell.” Read More
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Profs. Robert Town, Mark Pauly and Robert Field in Philly Voice

Profs. of Health Care Management Robert Town, Mark Pauly, and Robert Field are cited in a Philly Voice article about the costs associated with health care mergers. Read More
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Opinion: To fight climate change, first find some optimism

Prof. of Legal Studies and Business Ethics Eric Orts authors an op-ed about how to combat climate change. Read More

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