Education, Business, & Law

How undisclosed SEC investigations lead to insider trading

Should companies go public sooner about the fact that the SEC is investigating them? Daniel Taylor, a professor of accounting at Wharton, investigated this question in a research paper titled, “Undisclosed SEC Investigations,” which considers whether insiders gain an unfair advantage in being able to sell shares before the information hits the market.

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In the News


Forbes

The Rooted School network: Experiencing success in college and work in high school

An analysis from the Center for Guaranteed Income Research at the School of Social Policy & Practice shows that supplying $50 a week to 10 seniors yielded positive financial and mental results.

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The New York Times

The long road to driverless trucks

Steve Viscelli of the School of Arts & Sciences comments on the complexities and uncertainties of the emerging self-driving truck industry.

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WBUR Radio (Boston)

Wharton professor warns the Fed’s interest rate hikes could lead to major recession

On a segment of “Here and Now,” Jeremy Siegel of the Wharton School explains why the Federal Reserve’s policy of hiking interest rates could lead to a major recession.

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Fortune

L’Oréal is planning to kill single-use plastic to solve Gen Z’s biggest issue

Recent research from the Wharton School finds that 62% of U.S. consumers prefer buying from sustainable brands.

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U.S. News & World Report

The 2022 Best Countries Report ranks Switzerland as No. 1 in the world

The Wharton School has contributed to the U.S. News & World Report 2022 Best Countries ranking, placing Switzerland at No.1 for the fifth time.

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