Dollars and Change on SiriusXM Business Radio

Business Radio Powered by the Wharton School features easily accessible information on a wide range of business topics.

Launched in early 2014, the 24-hour talk radio channel was created exclusively in collaboration with The Wharton School. It features world-renowned and distinguished professors and alumni as regular weekly hosts, plus executives, entrepreneurs, innovators and other experts as special hosts and guests.

Wharton Social Impact Initiative is proud to host “Dollars and Change,” a weekly two-hour program. Dollars and Change explores how your company’s positive impact in society can support your business model, drive innovation, and improve your bottom line.

Each week, our rotating hosts Professor Katherine KleinSherryl KuhlmanNick Ashburn, and Sandi Hunt highlight the individuals and organizations who are using their business smarts to change lives. Through conversations and interviews, you’ll hear a range of passionate voices—from entrepreneurs solving social problems to business students engaged in innovative projects, celebrities-turned-impact investors to top-level executives from iconic brands.

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Subscribers can hear us live every Thursday morning from 8-10 ET/5-7 PT, or online at Call 1-844-Wharton or tweet to @BizRadio111 or @WhartonSocial to connect with our hosts on the air.

Curious but not ready to subscribe? Enjoy free audio exclusives of more than 20 Business Radio shows, including “Dollars and Change” on Wharton’s “Best Of” portal. Or sign up for a free trial.

Broadcasting from Wharton’s Ivy League campus and Silicon Valley, Business Radio covers every aspect of business in an informative, entertaining and approachable manner — from the biggest headlines of the day to the nuts and bolts of how to build a business from the ground up — with some shows offered via live, call-in format.

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