Faculty Perspective: Mary-Hunter McDonnell on corporate activism

Corporations are increasingly tackling social issues head on.  How can they do so in a way that is at once authentic to their identity and value-creating for their shareholders? In this interview, Wharton professor Mary-Hunter McDonnell describes the impact corporations can have on social issues and the role shareholders canRead More

Student Perspective: Five Business Lessons from a Community Kitchen

In North Philadelphia, one community kitchen aims to both relieve hunger now and end hunger forever. Philabundance Community Kitchen (PCK) is an adult culinary arts vocational training program, run under the umbrella of Philabundance, the region’s largest hunger-relief organization. Through a three-month full-time program, PCK prepares men and women for careersRead More