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Sunday 2/19
8:00 am – 10:00 am Launch Pad
Launch Pad

Host Karl Ulrich speaks first with Davis Smith, Founder and CEO of Cotopaxi, an outdoor gear brand with a humanitarian mission. You'll also meet Jeremy Rogoff, the Co-Founder and CEO of KickUp, a platform aimed towards providing teachers with professional development mentorship. And Danny Cabrera, Co-Founder and CEO of BioBots, talks about his Philadelphia start-up that is pioneering the future of 3D bioprinting.

10:00 am – 11:00 am Dot Complicated with Randi Zuckerberg
Dot Complicated with Randi Zuckerberg

Host Randi Zuckerberg talks to Kathleen Stetson, entrepreneur, Co-Founder and CEO of Trill app -- that helps the user learn a foreign language—based on their location! Randi also talks to Stephanie Breedlove, co-founder of Care.com Homepay

11:00 am – 12:00 pm Trendsetters
Trendsetters

Host Pauline Brown speaks with Mario Nievera, an internationally renowned landscape architect and founder of Nievera Williams Designs, one of the leading landscape architectural firms in the country. They eplore the business of design, specifically outdoor design, and the latest trends that Mario is seeing in landscape architecture, with an emphasis on sustainability.

12:00 pm – 2:00 pm Wharton Moneyball
Wharton Moneyball

Sports is a game of numbers. Statistician experts Eric Bradlow, Shane Jensen, Cade Massey, and Adi Wyner team up to tackle the world of sports, from current events to longstanding issues such as: What sports streaks are the most impressive? How do you rank the best players? Can athletes be compared across sports? Wharton Moneyball explains how decision makers in the game can avoid the common mistakes and embrace the data.

2:00 pm – 4:00 pm In The Workplace
In The Workplace

Host Peter Cappelli is joined Kristie Pappal, Vice President of HR for the Philadelphia Eagles. Hear about the unique issues/challenges of managing people in professional sports. Later Jose Tamez of Austin-Michael joins Peter to discuss the latest hiring trends. All of this, plus the latest on jobs in the news!

4:00 pm – 5:00 pm Behind The Markets
Behind The Markets

One of the Trump administration’s economic development proposals involves a border adjustment tax, which is basically aimed at keeping more companies and their production facilities here in the U.S. Hosts Jeremy Schwartz and Wharton Finance Professor Jeremy Siegel talk to Berkeley Economics Professor Alan Auerbach, who’s been studying the issue for years—he explains how such tax adjustments work, as well as the impact they might have on company profits and global financial markets—and whether it’s even feasible to think such a plan would pass in Congress.

5:00 pm – 6:00 pm Work and Life
Work and Life

Stew Friedman introduces you to the founders of Culture of Good, Incorporated—a company that teaches other companies how to inspire employees and ignite positive change in the world. They’ve just released a book about their experience and they’ll talk to Stew about the Culture of Good Tour, coming soon to a city near you. And they’ll explain that doing good isn’t bad for your bottom line, either.

6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Women@Work
Women@Work

Host Laura Zarrow and her guests discuss possible challenges ahead for legalized abortion in the U.S. under the Trump Admininistration. Is there a real threat? How can you take action? And find out why and how restrictions could impact women who work. Laura's guests are Gretchen Borchelt, VP for Reproductive Rights and Health at the National Women's Law Center; and Jamila Taylor, Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress.

7:00 pm – 8:00 pm Innovation Navigation
Innovation Navigation

Fragrances are a popular gift on Valentine’s Day but could smell help you actually fall in love with a brand? Host Dave Robertson is joined by Mark Schmidt, ScentAir’s VP of Marketing and Fragrances Development, and Ed Burke, VP of Customer Strategy and Communications, as they discuss the process of building a brand’s scent. From retail stores to hotel lobbies hear how smells are created to build a customer base and develop a brand identity.

8:00 pm – 9:00 pm Career Talk
Career Talk

Host Dawn Graham, Director of Wharton’s Career Management for the Executive MBA Program, welcomes Diane Mulcahy, author of "The Gig Economy: The Complete Guide to Getting Better Work, Taking More Time Off And Financing The Life You Want". Hear why she tells all of her MBA students to stop looking for a job.

9:00 pm – 10:00 pm The Business of Health Care
The Business of Health Care

Host Mitch Goldman and his panel will focus on the Affordable Care Act and the uncertainty surrounding it--specifically, what are insurance companies and hospitals doing? Are they making changes? What are they concerned about? What is their vision of the future? Guests included Gary Bacher, founding member at Healthsperien, a Washington, DC -based consulting and legal services firm, and John Harris, a Director with Veralon, a national healthcare strategy and finance consulting firm.

10:00 pm – 11:00 pm The Real Estate Hour
The Real Estate Hour

It’s all about the money on this week’s edition of the Real Estate Hour. Host Bob Lane and his guest Bill Glazer talk about the latest real estate investment trends, including the cities with the most opportunity. But are there any risks going forward, as interest rates are expected to rise?

11:00 pm – Sunday Midnight Mind Your Business with the Wharton Small Business Development Center
Mind Your Business with the Wharton Small Business Development Center

This week, host Loren Feldman is joined by Gene Marks of The Marks Group to discuss tech for small business owners. Call in for straight-forward advice on your small business strategy and process improvements from someone who not only advises businesses on these concepts, but has been in the trenches himself.

Monday 2/20
12:00 am – 1:00 am Wharton Sports Business Show
Wharton Sports Business Show

Would you pay someone 25 million a year? Sports teams, their coaches and agents, make those decisions every day! What happens when the star is injured or involved in a controversial incident? Who pays and who doesn’t get paid? Professors Kenneth Shropshire and Scott Rosner take us behind the scenes of the business of sports. Find out how the decisions are made --and why.

1:00 am – 2:00 am Behind The Markets
Behind The Markets

One of the Trump administration’s economic development proposals involves a border adjustment tax, which is basically aimed at keeping more companies and their production facilities here in the U.S. Hosts Jeremy Schwartz and Wharton Finance Professor Jeremy Siegel talk to Berkeley Economics Professor Alan Auerbach, who’s been studying the issue for years—he explains how such tax adjustments work, as well as the impact they might have on company profits and global financial markets—and whether it’s even feasible to think such a plan would pass in Congress.

2:00 am – 4:00 am Dollars and Change
Dollars and Change

Hosts Katherine Klein and Nick Ashburn are joined by the EVP of Government Relations and Corporate Responsibility for Caesars Entertainment, who talks about how she's working to bridge the worlds of the public and private sectors in an effort to make the gaming industry have a greater positive impact. Katherine and Nick also talk to the Executive Director of the C&A Foundation, Leslie Johnston, who breaks down how clothes are made and discusses the role that both young entrepreneurs and established brands can play in effectively reimagining the industry. From addressing the supply chain to the working conditions, hear the innovative solutions being practiced to take on the social issues that have troubled the fashion space for generations.

4:00 am – 6:00 am In The Workplace
In The Workplace

Host Peter Cappelli is joined Kristie Pappal, Vice President of HR for the Philadelphia Eagles. Hear about the unique issues/challenges of managing people in professional sports. Later Jose Tamez of Austin-Michael joins Peter to discuss the latest hiring trends. All of this, plus the latest on jobs in the news!

6:00 am – 8:00 am Leadership in Action
Leadership in Action

We all feel pressure, but sometimes it can overwhelm us. What if there was a way to manage that feeling and perform at your best no matter what? Hosts Anne Greenhall and Jeff Kline talk with Rick Peterson, former Major League pitching coach who is perhaps most famous for being with the Oakland A’s during the start of the Money Ball era. He’s co-author of a new book called "Crunch Time: How to Be Your Best When It Matters Most". Peterson explains that whether you’re working with a ball player who has confidence problems or a member of your team preparing their first presentation, the strategies are the same. Jeff and Anne also talk to Kate Allison, Founder and CEO of the Karma Agency, a strategic communications firm based in Philadelphia.

8:00 am – 10:00 am Your Money
Your Money

Celebrate Valentine's Day with a little (financial) couples therapy Host Kent Smetters chats with financial advisor and psychologist, Dr. Brad Klontz, about money and relationships. Hear about the common issues that couples face and how to work through them by understanding each others' individual money personalities.

10:00 am – 12:00 pm Knowledge @ Wharton
Knowledge @ Wharton

Author Kathryn Smith joins host Dan Loney to discuss her book about FDR and his “gatekeeper” Missy LeHand, who was quite a White House power broker back in the day. Plus, Dan and guests discuss the declining honey bee population and how that’s becoming a multi-million dollar economic problem for all of us.

12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Trendsetters
Trendsetters

Host Pauline Brown speaks with Mario Nievera, an internationally renowned landscape architect and founder of Nievera Williams Designs, one of the leading landscape architectural firms in the country. They eplore the business of design, specifically outdoor design, and the latest trends that Mario is seeing in landscape architecture, with an emphasis on sustainability.

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Career Talk
Career Talk

Host Dawn Graham, Director of Wharton’s Career Management for the Executive MBA Program, welcomes Diane Mulcahy, author of "The Gig Economy: The Complete Guide to Getting Better Work, Taking More Time Off And Financing The Life You Want". Hear why she tells all of her MBA students to stop looking for a job.

2:00 pm – 4:00 pm Launch Pad
Launch Pad

Host Karl Ulrich speaks first with Davis Smith, Founder and CEO of Cotopaxi, an outdoor gear brand with a humanitarian mission. You'll also meet Jeremy Rogoff, the Co-Founder and CEO of KickUp, a platform aimed towards providing teachers with professional development mentorship. And Danny Cabrera, Co-Founder and CEO of BioBots, talks about his Philadelphia start-up that is pioneering the future of 3D bioprinting.

4:00 pm – 5:00 pm Measured Thoughts
Measured Thoughts

Host Dave Reibstein is joined by Roman Karachinsky, CEO and Founder of News360. Hear how news outlets and companies across industries are using analytics to better understand their consumer interests and to develop more meaningful content. Find out how to increase engagement and improve your bottom line.

5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Digital Show
Digital Show

Host Kevin Werbach discusses the challenges of digitalization with Maurice Stucke, a law professor and author of the new book “Virtual Competition.” He also talks communications policy in the New Administration with Nuala O’Connor, President & CEO of the Center for Democracy & Technology, a global nonprofit committed to advancing our digital rights.

7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Bay Area Ventures
Bay Area Ventures

Hosts Doug Collom and Irina Yuen speak with Suzanne Cryer, the actress who portrays Laurie Bream on HBO's popular business comedy ‘Silicon Valley’. They discuss her career as well as the need for more female representation in tech and VC in Silicon Valley. In the second hour Doug and Irina are joined by Boris Sofman, Co-founder and CEO of Anki, a robotics startup that makes smartphone-controlled toy cars.

9:00 pm – 10:00 pm Mind Your Business with the Wharton Small Business Development Center
Mind Your Business with the Wharton Small Business Development Center

This week, host Loren Feldman is joined by Gene Marks of The Marks Group to discuss tech for small business owners. Call in for straight-forward advice on your small business strategy and process improvements from someone who not only advises businesses on these concepts, but has been in the trenches himself.

10:00 pm – Monday Midnight Knowledge @ Wharton
Knowledge @ Wharton

Author Kathryn Smith joins host Dan Loney to discuss her book about FDR and his “gatekeeper” Missy LeHand, who was quite a White House power broker back in the day. Plus, Dan and guests discuss the declining honey bee population and how that’s becoming a multi-million dollar economic problem for all of us.

Tuesday 2/21
12:00 am – 2:00 am Bay Area Ventures
Bay Area Ventures

Hosts Doug Collom and Irina Yuen speak with Suzanne Cryer, the actress who portrays Laurie Bream on HBO's popular business comedy ‘Silicon Valley’. They discuss her career as well as the need for more female representation in tech and VC in Silicon Valley. In the second hour Doug and Irina are joined by Boris Sofman, Co-founder and CEO of Anki, a robotics startup that makes smartphone-controlled toy cars.

2:00 am – 4:00 am Leadership in Action
Leadership in Action

We all feel pressure, but sometimes it can overwhelm us. What if there was a way to manage that feeling and perform at your best no matter what? Hosts Anne Greenhall and Jeff Kline talk with Rick Peterson, former Major League pitching coach who is perhaps most famous for being with the Oakland A’s during the start of the Money Ball era. He’s co-author of a new book called "Crunch Time: How to Be Your Best When It Matters Most". Peterson explains that whether you’re working with a ball player who has confidence problems or a member of your team preparing their first presentation, the strategies are the same. Jeff and Anne also talk to Kate Allison, Founder and CEO of the Karma Agency, a strategic communications firm based in Philadelphia.

4:00 am – 6:00 am Marketing Matters
Marketing Matters

Marketing: without the right strategy, you can spend a lot of money and get no results. Now, members of the largest, most cited and most published marketing faculty in the world are here to answer your questions. Learn about effective advertising campaigns, the ins and outs of retail, and how to retain and predict customer behavior.

6:00 am – 8:00 am Launch Pad
Launch Pad

Host Karl Ulrich speaks first with Davis Smith, Founder and CEO of Cotopaxi, an outdoor gear brand with a humanitarian mission. You'll also meet Jeremy Rogoff, the Co-Founder and CEO of KickUp, a platform aimed towards providing teachers with professional development mentorship. And Danny Cabrera, Co-Founder and CEO of BioBots, talks about his Philadelphia start-up that is pioneering the future of 3D bioprinting.

8:00 am – 9:00 am Dot Complicated with Randi Zuckerberg
Dot Complicated with Randi Zuckerberg

Host Randi Zuckerberg talks to Kathleen Stetson, entrepreneur, Co-Founder and CEO of Trill app -- that helps the user learn a foreign language—based on their location! Randi also talks to Stephanie Breedlove, co-founder of Care.com Homepay

9:00 am – 10:00 am Innovation Navigation
Innovation Navigation

Host Dave Robertson is joined by Ashlee Vance, Bloomberg writer and author of "Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX and the Quest for a Fantastic Future". Hear the incredible story of how Elon become one of most influential and striking figures in American business. How is he changing industries and what does his success have in common with inventors like Thomas Edison and Steve Jobs?

10:00 am – 12:00 pm Knowledge @ Wharton
Knowledge @ Wharton

The government has started asking travelers arriving in the U.S. for information about their social media accounts, officially as another level of protection against terrorism. But is this legal??? Other topics include a possible lawsuit against Major League Baseball over fair pay for Minor Leaguers, some who make only $1100 a month and only during the season.

12:00 pm – 1:00 pm The Business of Health Care
The Business of Health Care

Roughly a quarter of Medicare funding goes toward the final years of life and yet conversations around palliative care and hospice remain difficult for both providers and patients. New host Pratyusha Yalamanchi and her panel talk about innovations and optimized care delivery models for end-of-life care. Guests are John Whitman, a Wharton MBA Health Care Management Program graduate who has spent 30 years improving care for seniors; and Dr. David Friend, Managing Director of consulting firm BDO's Center of Healthcare Excellence.

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Women@Work
Women@Work

Host Laura Zarrow and her guests discuss possible challenges ahead for legalized abortion in the U.S. under the Trump Admininistration. Is there a real threat? How can you take action? And find out why and how restrictions could impact women who work. Laura's guests are Gretchen Borchelt, VP for Reproductive Rights and Health at the National Women's Law Center; and Jamila Taylor, Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress.

2:00 pm – 4:00 pm Dollars and Change
Dollars and Change

Hosts Katherine Klein and Nick Ashburn are joined by the EVP of Government Relations and Corporate Responsibility for Caesars Entertainment, who talks about how she's working to bridge the worlds of the public and private sectors in an effort to make the gaming industry have a greater positive impact. Katherine and Nick also talk to the Executive Director of the C&A Foundation, Leslie Johnston, who breaks down how clothes are made and discusses the role that both young entrepreneurs and established brands can play in effectively reimagining the industry. From addressing the supply chain to the working conditions, hear the innovative solutions being practiced to take on the social issues that have troubled the fashion space for generations.

4:00 pm – 5:00 pm Wharton Sports Business Show
Wharton Sports Business Show

Would you pay someone 25 million a year? Sports teams, their coaches and agents, make those decisions every day! What happens when the star is injured or involved in a controversial incident? Who pays and who doesn’t get paid? Professors Kenneth Shropshire and Scott Rosner take us behind the scenes of the business of sports. Find out how the decisions are made --and why.

5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Your Money
Your Money

Host Kent Smetters welcomes Lauren Greutman, financial coach and author of "The Recovering Spender". Lauren was an over-spender for years, until she found herself drowning in debt and learned how to curb her spending habits. She'll share some of her hard-learned lessons. Later, Kent welcomes two financial advisors who take calls and answer your personal finance questions.

7:00 pm – 8:00 pm Work and Life
Work and Life

Did you just hit one of those “landmark” birthdays and feel a bit ancient? Maybe you would like to make a career change but think it might be too late? Host Stew Friedman talks to Barbara Waxman, who calls ages 45 to 65 “Middlescence” rather than “Middle-aged”. She discusses ways to to re-energize yourself and realize there’s still a lot of life to live—and that it’s never too late to try to something new.

8:00 pm – 9:00 pm Trendsetters
Trendsetters

Host Pauline Brown speaks with Mario Nievera, an internationally renowned landscape architect and founder of Nievera Williams Designs, one of the leading landscape architectural firms in the country. They eplore the business of design, specifically outdoor design, and the latest trends that Mario is seeing in landscape architecture, with an emphasis on sustainability.

9:00 pm – 10:00 pm Measured Thoughts
Measured Thoughts

Host Dave Reibstein is joined by Roman Karachinsky, CEO and Founder of News360. Hear how news outlets and companies across industries are using analytics to better understand their consumer interests and to develop more meaningful content. Find out how to increase engagement and improve your bottom line.

10:00 pm – Tuesday Midnight Knowledge @ Wharton
Knowledge @ Wharton

The government has started asking travelers arriving in the U.S. for information about their social media accounts, officially as another level of protection against terrorism. But is this legal??? Other topics include a possible lawsuit against Major League Baseball over fair pay for Minor Leaguers, some who make only $1100 a month and only during the season.

Wednesday 2/22
12:00 am – 2:00 am In The Workplace
In The Workplace

Host Peter Cappelli is joined Kristie Pappal, Vice President of HR for the Philadelphia Eagles. Hear about the unique issues/challenges of managing people in professional sports. Later Jose Tamez of Austin-Michael joins Peter to discuss the latest hiring trends. All of this, plus the latest on jobs in the news!

2:00 am – 4:00 am Digital Show
Digital Show

Host Kevin Werbach discusses the challenges of digitalization with Maurice Stucke, a law professor and author of the new book “Virtual Competition.” He also talks communications policy in the New Administration with Nuala O’Connor, President & CEO of the Center for Democracy & Technology, a global nonprofit committed to advancing our digital rights.

4:00 am – 6:00 am Bay Area Ventures
Bay Area Ventures

What’s the next revolutionary invention or development from the land of the TechTitans? Bay Area Ventures is your connection to Silicon Valley, the home of Google, Apple, and Facebook! Learn from the entrepreneurs, the financial experts, and the leaders of the industry. Hosted by Doug Collom, Donald Landwirth, Sam Brasch, Irina Yuen and Lise Buyer from the Campus of the Wharton School in San Francisco.

6:00 am – 7:00 am The Real Estate Hour
The Real Estate Hour

It’s all about the money on this week’s edition of the Real Estate Hour. Host Bob Lane and his guest Bill Glazer talk about the latest real estate investment trends, including the cities with the most opportunity. But are there any risks going forward, as interest rates are expected to rise?

7:00 am – 8:00 am Career Talk
Career Talk

Host Dawn Graham, Director of Wharton’s Career Management for the Executive MBA Program, welcomes Diane Mulcahy, author of "The Gig Economy: The Complete Guide to Getting Better Work, Taking More Time Off And Financing The Life You Want". Hear why she tells all of her MBA students to stop looking for a job.

8:00 am – 10:00 am Wharton Moneyball
Wharton Moneyball

Sports is a game of numbers. Statistician experts Eric Bradlow, Shane Jensen, Cade Massey, and Adi Wyner team up to tackle the world of sports, from current events to longstanding issues such as: What sports streaks are the most impressive? How do you rank the best players? Can athletes be compared across sports? Wharton Moneyball explains how decision makers in the game can avoid the common mistakes and embrace the data.

10:00 am – 12:00 pm Knowledge @ Wharton
Knowledge @ Wharton

Knowledge@Wharton is a daily, call-in business interview program, broadcasting live from The Wharton School's historic Ivy League campus. Host Dan Loney goes behind the headlines with world-renowned Wharton professors, distinguished alumni, and expert guests.

12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Dot Complicated with Randi Zuckerberg
Dot Complicated with Randi Zuckerberg

“Dot Complicated” is a fun, entertaining, educational, and approachable way to discuss all of the latest trends and topics in technology, and how they’re affecting our modern lives. Drawing on years of experience in the tech sector as an entrepreneur and mother, Randi Zuckerberg will provide a forum for discussion and delve into the latest high tech innovations for kids, parents and even pets, examining what is new in technology that can be incorporated into our daily lives.

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Trendsetters
Trendsetters

Trendsetters. A show revolving around the world’s most creative companies and those who lead them-- exploring how to create brands that create value; how to differentiate in an ever-more crowded market; and how to stay relevant in fast-changing times. Hosted by Wharton alumna and board member, and longtime expert in the luxury goods industry, Pauline Brown.

2:00 pm – 4:00 pm Wharton Moneyball
Wharton Moneyball

Sports is a game of numbers. Statistician experts Eric Bradlow, Shane Jensen, Cade Massey, and Adi Wyner team up to tackle the world of sports, from current events to longstanding issues such as: What sports streaks are the most impressive? How do you rank the best players? Can athletes be compared across sports? Wharton Moneyball explains how decision makers in the game can avoid the common mistakes and embrace the data.

4:00 pm – 5:00 pm Women@Work
Women@Work

The recent presidential election has mobilized many people to get more involved in politics—including women. Host Laura Zarrow talks with Debbie Walsh, Director of the Center for American Women in Politics, about training classes offered there—not just for potential candidates but for women who want to get involved in campaigns behind the scenes at any level of government. You’ll also meet a “graduate” who is now serving in the New Jersey State Assembly!

5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Marketing Matters
Marketing Matters

Marketing: without the right strategy, you can spend a lot of money and get no results. Now, members of the largest, most cited and most published marketing faculty in the world are here to answer your questions. Learn about effective advertising campaigns, the ins and outs of retail, and how to retain and predict customer behavior.

7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Launch Pad
Launch Pad

Thinking of starting a business but don’t know where to begin? Have a great idea for a new product but need investors and a business plan? Wharton's Serial Entrepreneurs Karl Ulrich and Rob Coneybeer host, bringing you the keys to building a business - from where to find startup capital to the steps to a successful launch. Get tips from leaders in business development and venture capital. Learn how to develop an elevator pitch, and hear the surprising ideas of other would be entrepreneurs.

9:00 pm – 10:00 pm Work and Life
Work and Life

Did you just hit one of those “landmark” birthdays and feel a bit ancient? Maybe you would like to make a career change but think it might be too late? Host Stew Friedman talks to Barbara Waxman, who calls ages 45 to 65 “Middlescence” rather than “Middle-aged”. She discusses ways to to re-energize yourself and realize there’s still a lot of life to live—and that it’s never too late to try to something new.

10:00 pm – Wednesday Midnight Knowledge @ Wharton
Knowledge @ Wharton

Knowledge@Wharton is a daily, call-in business interview program, broadcasting live from The Wharton School's historic Ivy League campus. Host Dan Loney goes behind the headlines with world-renowned Wharton professors, distinguished alumni, and expert guests.

Thursday 2/23
12:00 am – 2:00 am Wharton Moneyball
Wharton Moneyball

Sports is a game of numbers. Statistician experts Eric Bradlow, Shane Jensen, Cade Massey, and Adi Wyner team up to tackle the world of sports, from current events to longstanding issues such as: What sports streaks are the most impressive? How do you rank the best players? Can athletes be compared across sports? Wharton Moneyball explains how decision makers in the game can avoid the common mistakes and embrace the data.

2:00 am – 4:00 am Launch Pad
Launch Pad

Thinking of starting a business but don’t know where to begin? Have a great idea for a new product but need investors and a business plan? Wharton's Serial Entrepreneurs Karl Ulrich and Rob Coneybeer host, bringing you the keys to building a business - from where to find startup capital to the steps to a successful launch. Get tips from leaders in business development and venture capital. Learn how to develop an elevator pitch, and hear the surprising ideas of other would be entrepreneurs.

4:00 am – 6:00 am Your Money
Your Money

Host Kent Smetters welcomes Lauren Greutman, financial coach and author of "The Recovering Spender". Lauren was an over-spender for years, until she found herself drowning in debt and learned how to curb her spending habits. She'll share some of her hard-learned lessons. Later, Kent welcomes two financial advisors who take calls and answer your personal finance questions.

6:00 am – 7:00 am Wharton Sports Business Show
Wharton Sports Business Show

Would you pay someone 25 million a year? Sports teams, their coaches and agents, make those decisions every day! What happens when the star is injured or involved in a controversial incident? Who pays and who doesn’t get paid? Professors Kenneth Shropshire and Scott Rosner take us behind the scenes of the business of sports. Find out how the decisions are made --and why.

7:00 am – 8:00 am The Business of Health Care
The Business of Health Care

Roughly a quarter of Medicare funding goes toward the final years of life and yet conversations around palliative care and hospice remain difficult for both providers and patients. New host Pratyusha Yalamanchi and her panel talk about innovations and optimized care delivery models for end-of-life care. Guests are John Whitman, a Wharton MBA Health Care Management Program graduate who has spent 30 years improving care for seniors; and Dr. David Friend, Managing Director of consulting firm BDO's Center of Healthcare Excellence.

8:00 am – 10:00 am Dollars and Change
Dollars and Change

What happens when the same minds that bring you smart phones, designer coffee and standing desks turn their attention to social challenges such as poverty, poor education, and childhood obesity? Hosts Katherine Klein, Sherryl Kuhlman, Jacob Gray, Nick Ashburn and Sandi Hunt highlight the individuals and organizations who are using their business smarts to change lives. Learn how your company’s positive impact in society can support your business model, drive innovation, and improve your bottom line.

10:00 am – 12:00 pm Knowledge @ Wharton
Knowledge @ Wharton

Knowledge@Wharton is a daily, call-in business interview program, broadcasting live from The Wharton School's historic Ivy League campus. Host Dan Loney goes behind the headlines with world-renowned Wharton professors, distinguished alumni, and expert guests.

12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Career Talk
Career Talk

Building a meaningful career is never easy, and sometimes finding a mentor or affording a career coach can be just as difficult. Dawn Graham, Director of Career Management for the Executive MBA Program at Wharton, is available to you and eager to answer your questions on topics like negotiating salary, how to stand out in an interview, what to do about that gap in your resume, and much more!

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Mind Your Business with the Wharton Small Business Development Center
Mind Your Business with the Wharton Small Business Development Center

Guests will include expert consultants and small business owners who have found success, but are also willing to share their failures and give gritty, matter-of-fact advice, based on their first-hand experience. Hosted by Loren Feldman, Senior Editor of Entrepreneurship at Forbes, and Celeste Corrado, Director of the Wharton Small Business Development Center.

2:00 pm – 4:00 pm Bay Area Ventures
Bay Area Ventures

Hosts Doug Collom and Irina Yuen speak with Suzanne Cryer, the actress who portrays Laurie Bream on HBO's popular business comedy ‘Silicon Valley’. They discuss her career as well as the need for more female representation in tech and VC in Silicon Valley. In the second hour Doug and Irina are joined by Boris Sofman, Co-founder and CEO of Anki, a robotics startup that makes smartphone-controlled toy cars.

4:00 pm – 5:00 pm Innovation Navigation
Innovation Navigation

Host Dave Robertson is joined by Ashlee Vance, Bloomberg writer and author of "Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX and the Quest for a Fantastic Future". Hear the incredible story of how Elon become one of most influential and striking figures in American business. How is he changing industries and what does his success have in common with inventors like Thomas Edison and Steve Jobs?

5:00 pm – 7:00 pm In The Workplace
In The Workplace

Whether you work for yourself, employ others, or punch a clock every day, we all face challenges in the workplace. Internationally recognized management specialist Peter Cappelli and employment attorney Dan O’Meara help you navigate the challenges of being an employer and an employee. Learn the art of hiring the right people, resolving workplace conflicts, and dealing with a difficult manager.

7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Leadership in Action
Leadership in Action

Being in charge has its own set of challenges. Do you have what it takes to influence others and achieve high results? Join hosts Mike Useem, Jeff Klein and Anne Greenhalgh as they talk with top business leaders to reveal the steps to effective leadership. It’s more than what you say or how you say it!

9:00 pm – 10:00 pm Trendsetters
Trendsetters

Trendsetters. A show revolving around the world’s most creative companies and those who lead them-- exploring how to create brands that create value; how to differentiate in an ever-more crowded market; and how to stay relevant in fast-changing times. Hosted by Wharton alumna and board member, and longtime expert in the luxury goods industry, Pauline Brown.

10:00 pm – Thursday Midnight Knowledge @ Wharton
Knowledge @ Wharton

Knowledge@Wharton is a daily, call-in business interview program, broadcasting live from The Wharton School's historic Ivy League campus. Host Dan Loney goes behind the headlines with world-renowned Wharton professors, distinguished alumni, and expert guests.

Friday 2/24
12:00 am – 1:00 am Innovation Navigation
Innovation Navigation

Host Dave Robertson is joined by Ashlee Vance, Bloomberg writer and author of "Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX and the Quest for a Fantastic Future". Hear the incredible story of how Elon become one of most influential and striking figures in American business. How is he changing industries and what does his success have in common with inventors like Thomas Edison and Steve Jobs?

1:00 am – 2:00 am Measured Thoughts
Measured Thoughts

Host Dave Reibstein is joined by Roman Karachinsky, CEO and Founder of News360. Hear how news outlets and companies across industries are using analytics to better understand their consumer interests and to develop more meaningful content. Find out how to increase engagement and improve your bottom line.

2:00 am – 4:00 am Wharton Moneyball
Wharton Moneyball

Sports is a game of numbers. Statistician experts Eric Bradlow, Shane Jensen, Cade Massey, and Adi Wyner team up to tackle the world of sports, from current events to longstanding issues such as: What sports streaks are the most impressive? How do you rank the best players? Can athletes be compared across sports? Wharton Moneyball explains how decision makers in the game can avoid the common mistakes and embrace the data.

4:00 am – 6:00 am Dollars and Change
Dollars and Change

What happens when the same minds that bring you smart phones, designer coffee and standing desks turn their attention to social challenges such as poverty, poor education, and childhood obesity? Hosts Katherine Klein, Sherryl Kuhlman, Jacob Gray, Nick Ashburn and Sandi Hunt highlight the individuals and organizations who are using their business smarts to change lives. Learn how your company’s positive impact in society can support your business model, drive innovation, and improve your bottom line.

6:00 am – 8:00 am Marketing Matters
Marketing Matters

Marketing: without the right strategy, you can spend a lot of money and get no results. Now, members of the largest, most cited and most published marketing faculty in the world are here to answer your questions. Learn about effective advertising campaigns, the ins and outs of retail, and how to retain and predict customer behavior.

8:00 am – 9:00 am Mind Your Business with the Wharton Small Business Development Center
Mind Your Business with the Wharton Small Business Development Center

Guests will include expert consultants and small business owners who have found success, but are also willing to share their failures and give gritty, matter-of-fact advice, based on their first-hand experience. Hosted by Loren Feldman, Senior Editor of Entrepreneurship at Forbes, and Celeste Corrado, Director of the Wharton Small Business Development Center.

9:00 am – 10:00 am The Business of Health Care
The Business of Health Care

Roughly a quarter of Medicare funding goes toward the final years of life and yet conversations around palliative care and hospice remain difficult for both providers and patients. New host Pratyusha Yalamanchi and her panel talk about innovations and optimized care delivery models for end-of-life care. Guests are John Whitman, a Wharton MBA Health Care Management Program graduate who has spent 30 years improving care for seniors; and Dr. David Friend, Managing Director of consulting firm BDO's Center of Healthcare Excellence.

10:00 am – 12:00 pm Knowledge @ Wharton
Knowledge @ Wharton

Knowledge@Wharton is a daily, call-in business interview program, broadcasting live from The Wharton School's historic Ivy League campus. Host Dan Loney goes behind the headlines with world-renowned Wharton professors, distinguished alumni, and expert guests.

12:00 pm – 1:00 pm The Real Estate Hour
The Real Estate Hour

Is the housing market coming back? Overheating? Do we have a new bubble on our hands? And is commercial real estate a sound investment? How do you invest in real estate, and how does one make sense of historically low interest rates. Who are the policy makers, builders and investors that will shape the real estate that we live in, work in and shop at? Get the answers to these questions and more on Business Radio!

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Behind The Markets
Behind The Markets

Anyone can follow the ups and downs of Wall Street numbers—but on Behind the Markets get the insight you need to make the calls that will make or break your business. Host Jeremy Schwartz is joined each week by Wharton Finance Professor Jeremy Siegel, the author of Stocks for the Long Run, “the” book about stocks for market insiders. They’ll discuss the how and why behind the market’s performance, and talk with leading economists and market strategists about what’s ahead for the economy and your portfolio.

2:00 pm – 4:00 pm In The Workplace
In The Workplace

Whether you work for yourself, employ others, or punch a clock every day, we all face challenges in the workplace. Internationally recognized management specialist Peter Cappelli and employment attorney Dan O’Meara help you navigate the challenges of being an employer and an employee. Learn the art of hiring the right people, resolving workplace conflicts, and dealing with a difficult manager.

4:00 pm – 5:00 pm Dot Complicated with Randi Zuckerberg
Dot Complicated with Randi Zuckerberg

“Dot Complicated” is a fun, entertaining, educational, and approachable way to discuss all of the latest trends and topics in technology, and how they’re affecting our modern lives. Drawing on years of experience in the tech sector as an entrepreneur and mother, Randi Zuckerberg will provide a forum for discussion and delve into the latest high tech innovations for kids, parents and even pets, examining what is new in technology that can be incorporated into our daily lives.

5:00 pm – 6:00 pm Wharton Sports Business Show
Wharton Sports Business Show

Would you pay someone 25 million a year? Sports teams, their coaches and agents, make those decisions every day! What happens when the star is injured or involved in a controversial incident? Who pays and who doesn’t get paid? Professors Kenneth Shropshire and Scott Rosner take us behind the scenes of the business of sports. Find out how the decisions are made --and why.

6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Behind The Markets
Behind The Markets

Anyone can follow the ups and downs of Wall Street numbers—but on Behind the Markets get the insight you need to make the calls that will make or break your business. Host Jeremy Schwartz is joined each week by Wharton Finance Professor Jeremy Siegel, the author of Stocks for the Long Run, “the” book about stocks for market insiders. They’ll discuss the how and why behind the market’s performance, and talk with leading economists and market strategists about what’s ahead for the economy and your portfolio.

7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Your Money
Your Money

Host Kent Smetters welcomes Lauren Greutman, financial coach and author of "The Recovering Spender". Lauren was an over-spender for years, until she found herself drowning in debt and learned how to curb her spending habits. She'll share some of her hard-learned lessons. Later, Kent welcomes two financial advisors who take calls and answer your personal finance questions.

9:00 pm – 10:00 pm Women@Work
Women@Work

The recent presidential election has mobilized many people to get more involved in politics—including women. Host Laura Zarrow talks with Debbie Walsh, Director of the Center for American Women in Politics, about training classes offered there—not just for potential candidates but for women who want to get involved in campaigns behind the scenes at any level of government. You’ll also meet a “graduate” who is now serving in the New Jersey State Assembly!

10:00 pm – Friday Midnight Knowledge @ Wharton
Knowledge @ Wharton

Knowledge@Wharton is a daily, call-in business interview program, broadcasting live from The Wharton School's historic Ivy League campus. Host Dan Loney goes behind the headlines with world-renowned Wharton professors, distinguished alumni, and expert guests.

Saturday 2/25
12:00 am – 1:00 am Measured Thoughts
Measured Thoughts

Host Dave Reibstein is joined by Roman Karachinsky, CEO and Founder of News360. Hear how news outlets and companies across industries are using analytics to better understand their consumer interests and to develop more meaningful content. Find out how to increase engagement and improve your bottom line.

1:00 am – 2:00 am Dot Complicated with Randi Zuckerberg
Dot Complicated with Randi Zuckerberg

“Dot Complicated” is a fun, entertaining, educational, and approachable way to discuss all of the latest trends and topics in technology, and how they’re affecting our modern lives. Drawing on years of experience in the tech sector as an entrepreneur and mother, Randi Zuckerberg will provide a forum for discussion and delve into the latest high tech innovations for kids, parents and even pets, examining what is new in technology that can be incorporated into our daily lives.

2:00 am – 4:00 am In The Workplace
In The Workplace

Whether you work for yourself, employ others, or punch a clock every day, we all face challenges in the workplace. Internationally recognized management specialist Peter Cappelli and employment attorney Dan O’Meara help you navigate the challenges of being an employer and an employee. Learn the art of hiring the right people, resolving workplace conflicts, and dealing with a difficult manager.

4:00 am – 5:00 am The Real Estate Hour
The Real Estate Hour

Is the housing market coming back? Overheating? Do we have a new bubble on our hands? And is commercial real estate a sound investment? How do you invest in real estate, and how does one make sense of historically low interest rates. Who are the policy makers, builders and investors that will shape the real estate that we live in, work in and shop at? Get the answers to these questions and more on Business Radio!

5:00 am – 6:00 am Women@Work
Women@Work

The recent presidential election has mobilized many people to get more involved in politics—including women. Host Laura Zarrow talks with Debbie Walsh, Director of the Center for American Women in Politics, about training classes offered there—not just for potential candidates but for women who want to get involved in campaigns behind the scenes at any level of government. You’ll also meet a “graduate” who is now serving in the New Jersey State Assembly!

6:00 am – 7:00 am Work and Life
Work and Life

Did you just hit one of those “landmark” birthdays and feel a bit ancient? Maybe you would like to make a career change but think it might be too late? Host Stew Friedman talks to Barbara Waxman, who calls ages 45 to 65 “Middlescence” rather than “Middle-aged”. She discusses ways to to re-energize yourself and realize there’s still a lot of life to live—and that it’s never too late to try to something new.

7:00 am – 8:00 am Innovation Navigation
Innovation Navigation

Host Dave Robertson is joined by Ashlee Vance, Bloomberg writer and author of "Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX and the Quest for a Fantastic Future". Hear the incredible story of how Elon become one of most influential and striking figures in American business. How is he changing industries and what does his success have in common with inventors like Thomas Edison and Steve Jobs?

8:00 am – 9:00 am Behind The Markets
Behind The Markets

Anyone can follow the ups and downs of Wall Street numbers—but on Behind the Markets get the insight you need to make the calls that will make or break your business. Host Jeremy Schwartz is joined each week by Wharton Finance Professor Jeremy Siegel, the author of Stocks for the Long Run, “the” book about stocks for market insiders. They’ll discuss the how and why behind the market’s performance, and talk with leading economists and market strategists about what’s ahead for the economy and your portfolio.

9:00 am – 10:00 am Wharton Sports Business Show
Wharton Sports Business Show

Would you pay someone 25 million a year? Sports teams, their coaches and agents, make those decisions every day! What happens when the star is injured or involved in a controversial incident? Who pays and who doesn’t get paid? Professors Kenneth Shropshire and Scott Rosner take us behind the scenes of the business of sports. Find out how the decisions are made --and why.

10:00 am – 12:00 pm Leadership in Action
Leadership in Action

Being in charge has its own set of challenges. Do you have what it takes to influence others and achieve high results? Join hosts Mike Useem, Jeff Klein and Anne Greenhalgh as they talk with top business leaders to reveal the steps to effective leadership. It’s more than what you say or how you say it!

12:00 pm – 2:00 pm Bay Area Ventures
Bay Area Ventures

Hosts Doug Collom and Irina Yuen speak with Suzanne Cryer, the actress who portrays Laurie Bream on HBO's popular business comedy ‘Silicon Valley’. They discuss her career as well as the need for more female representation in tech and VC in Silicon Valley. In the second hour Doug and Irina are joined by Boris Sofman, Co-founder and CEO of Anki, a robotics startup that makes smartphone-controlled toy cars.

2:00 pm – 4:00 pm Digital Show
Digital Show

Host Kevin Werbach discusses the challenges of digitalization with Maurice Stucke, a law professor and author of the new book “Virtual Competition.” He also talks communications policy in the New Administration with Nuala O’Connor, President & CEO of the Center for Democracy & Technology, a global nonprofit committed to advancing our digital rights.

4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Your Money
Your Money

Host Kent Smetters welcomes Lauren Greutman, financial coach and author of "The Recovering Spender". Lauren was an over-spender for years, until she found herself drowning in debt and learned how to curb her spending habits. She'll share some of her hard-learned lessons. Later, Kent welcomes two financial advisors who take calls and answer your personal finance questions.

6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Career Talk
Career Talk

Building a meaningful career is never easy, and sometimes finding a mentor or affording a career coach can be just as difficult. Dawn Graham, Director of Career Management for the Executive MBA Program at Wharton, is available to you and eager to answer your questions on topics like negotiating salary, how to stand out in an interview, what to do about that gap in your resume, and much more!

7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Marketing Matters
Marketing Matters

Marketing: without the right strategy, you can spend a lot of money and get no results. Now, members of the largest, most cited and most published marketing faculty in the world are here to answer your questions. Learn about effective advertising campaigns, the ins and outs of retail, and how to retain and predict customer behavior.

9:00 pm – 11:00 pm Wharton Moneyball
Wharton Moneyball

Sports is a game of numbers. Statistician experts Eric Bradlow, Shane Jensen, Cade Massey, and Adi Wyner team up to tackle the world of sports, from current events to longstanding issues such as: What sports streaks are the most impressive? How do you rank the best players? Can athletes be compared across sports? Wharton Moneyball explains how decision makers in the game can avoid the common mistakes and embrace the data.

11:00 pm – Saturday Midnight The Business of Health Care
The Business of Health Care

Roughly a quarter of Medicare funding goes toward the final years of life and yet conversations around palliative care and hospice remain difficult for both providers and patients. New host Pratyusha Yalamanchi and her panel talk about innovations and optimized care delivery models for end-of-life care. Guests are John Whitman, a Wharton MBA Health Care Management Program graduate who has spent 30 years improving care for seniors; and Dr. David Friend, Managing Director of consulting firm BDO's Center of Healthcare Excellence.



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