LeBow College of Business faculty are highly sought after experts in their fields of study and often contacted by the media to comment on business-related issues in the news. Topics typically include the economy, corporate governance and finance. Below is a sampling of media placements.
LeBow in the News
During Prospanica Philadelphia’s annual Career Excellence Expo, Associate Director for Outreach, Engagement & Professional Development Raquel Arredondo provided useful tips for one to own their career.
Raquel Arredondo, associate director for outreach, engagement & professional development for Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business, will be a featured speaker at Prospanica Philadelphia’s career expo, leading a workshop and providing strategies that can be used for individuals to own their careers.
Daniel Korschun, PhD, associate professor and Stephen Cozen Research Scholar in Marketing, talks with Wharton School of Business professor Americus Reed about corporate political activism and his advice for companies participating in political activism.
Karen Weaver, associate clinical professor of sport business, assesses the University of Maryland’s football program five years after their entry into the Big Ten Conference.
Edward Nelling, PhD, professor of finance, highlights what to look for in the best business credit cards.
Associate Professor of Marketing Daniel Korschun discusses the backlash over billionaire Stephen Ross, the majority owner of Equinox Fitness’s parent Related Companies, hosting a Southampton, N.Y. fundraiser for President Trump.
Elea Feit, assistant professor of marketing, is highlighted for her research and development of the “test and roll” method for A/B tests that optimize sample size, creating marketing tools that can serve as risk management for companies.
Michelle Lowry, professor of finance, discusses the implications of the SEC’s new policies on mutual funds and startups.
Daniel Korschun, associate professor of marketing, discusses employee activism and how corporations have changed their attitudes towards politics, integrating political views into their corporate identity.