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Wharton Brings the Street Vendor into the Office Brings the Street Vendor into the Office at Meal Time

If you ever wonder what they’re eating for lunch over at Dropbox, Square or Yelp, the guy to ask is Zach Yungst, co-founder of

Yungst and his co-founder, Alex Lorton, are Wharton graduates who have brought their business expertise to street food vendors, matching them up with tech startups that order in lunch most days.

Gensler Designs High Tech Urban Campus for Wharton San Francisco

Come January 2012, sea lions won’t be the only gawk-worthy animals in the Embarcadero: A rare and brainy breed is headed to the waterfront locale — the Wharton MBA student. Celebrating 10 years in SF, Wharton San Francisco is expanding and relocating its campus from SF’s historic Folger Coffee Building to another converted coffee roasting plant—the Hills Brothers Plaza at 2 Harrison Street.

 Inside the airy 37,000 square-foot digs, design and architecture firm Gensler  is transforming the Ivy League’s new space into a crave-worthy learning environment that will have its Philadelphia counterpart lusting for a West Coast visit.

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