Speaking the language
Wharton’s biweekly online magazine, Knowledge@Wharton, has just expanded its global reach. The magazine, which features articles on research and books from business school faculty, as well as interviews with professors on current business topics, is now publishing a Chinese language edition, China Knowledge@Wharton. The site is published from Shanghai and is intended to reach the burgeoning Chinese market.
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A few months back, we reported that CVS Pharmacies was likely to be one of the new tenants at Moravian Cafés on Walnut Street. That still holds, and now we have word that the rest of the space that once housed such lunchtime favorites as Bitar’s is to be given over to several chain restaurants. Quiznos, Taco Bell and KFC have all written letters of intent to become tenants in the food court and are expected to sign leases soon. You’ll have to wait until September, though, to get your fill of fast food.
Originally published on April 28, 2005