Cover Story

  • In Good Spirits

    Wharton alumni are capitalizing on a craft spirits industry that’s buzzing with growth and opportunity.

Featured Stories

  • Welcome to the Third Industrial Revolution

    What will the scale-up of the internet of things, the rising sharing economy and a zero marginal cost society mean for civilization? Nothing short of historic.

  • Wharton alum and medical innovator Dr. David Fajgenbaum

    Rare Individual, Unique Fight

    David Fajgenbaum is battling a little-known, extremely deadly disease as a researcher, a physician, an advocate, an entrepreneur and a patient.

  • Wharton's ambassadors helped to make this historic summit with Castro and Obama possible.

    Our Four in the District

    An ambassadorship to D.C. is a unique opportunity to serve your country and tackle some of the world’s biggest challenges. No wonder Wharton has four of them.

  • Wharton alumni into extreme athletic pursuits

    Schooled in Adventure

    We profile four alumni who have far-from-ordinary athletic pursuits (some would say obsessions).


  • Knowledge@Wharton's Cuba book

    The Road From Cuba to MOOCs

    Wharton’s online journal of business analysis launches a new line of e-books for business leaders.

  • Watch List: Social Media

    We highlight members of the Wharton community worth watching on social media.

  • Penn's Smart Woman Securities chapter met with Warren Buffett

    Playing Mind Games With Warren Buffett

    Nebraska was the last place I thought I would find myself the weekend after spring break. What came even more as a surprise was getting life advice from world-famous investor Warren Buffett.

  • A Healthier Program Care of June

    Health Care Management alumni reflect on how and why raising funds for the Kinney Alumni Scholarship was so successful.

  • Wharton alum and tech entrepreneur Juan Carlos Garcia

    Regions: Latin America

    An interview with Amazon’s country director and technology entrepreneur Juan Carlos Garcia.

  • Social enterprises learn hard lessons in Africa

    Regions: EMEA

    The Global Consulting Practicum provided an education to Wharton MBA students while they tackled agricultural imbalances in Western Africa.

  • Regions: Asia

    The Penn Wharton China Center celebrated its opening and promises to enhance learning and research opportunities for faculty, students, alumni and friends.

Wharton Magazine - Background

Type to Search

See all results