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Armand Arreza - Biography and Career - Education
... received his Masters of Business Administration Majoring in Finance and Operations at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1998 ... During his study in the Wharton School, he became a trustee of the Wharton-Penn Club Foundation ...
Saw Pit - Micro History
... Philip Wharton was born in 1613, and at the age of 12 (1625) he became the fourth Lord Wharton ... In 1642 Lord Wharton raised a regiment of foot soldiers and a troop of horsemen to fight in the Battle of Edgehill ... Sir Henry Cholmley's, my Lord Kimbolton's and to say the plain truth my own." Wharton himself ran away and is said to have hidden in a saw pit, thus earning for ...
Saul Steinberg (business) - Background - Involvement With Wharton
... has been a major benefactor of The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania ... He served as chairman of Wharton's Board of Overseers for over 15 years and continues as a member of the board ... The Steinberg name is highly visible at Wharton, most notably attached to Steinberg-Dietrich Hall, which served as the main undergraduate building, containing classrooms, lounges ...
Wharton, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
... Wharton is a neighborhood in South Philadelphia ... Its boundaries are difficult to ascertain the City of Philadelphia states it is along Wharton Street, west of Pennsport, and east of Point Breeze ... This description places Wharton along the southern border of Passyunk Square ...

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