Communications

Media Mentions

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

Will Fox's board snub Comcast?

via Philadelphia Inquirer

David Becher, associate professor of finance, highlights the repercussions of Fox denying Comcast’s $65 billion cash offer for the company.

CEOs are calling the separation of children and families at the border ‘inhumane’ and ‘tragic’

via Washington Post

Daniel Korschun, associate professor of marketing, weighs in on what makes a company take a stand on political issues.

Ad Boycotts May Work—but Not for Very Long

via Wall Street Journal

Daniel Korschun, associate professor of marketing, discusses the impact of social media on corporations’ policies surrounding ad placement.

Comcast prepares to take Disney fight directly to Fox shareholders, SEC filing says

via Philadelphia Inquirer

David Becher, associate professor of finance, provides insight on the bidding war between Comcast Corp. and Walt Disney Co. over Fox.

Protecting Customers’ Privacy Requires More than Anonymizing Their Data

via Harvard Business Review

Matthew Schneider, assistant professor of business analytics, weighs in on the consumer privacy debate by highlighting the risk that unwanted data disclosure places on data-driven marketing.

T-Mobile, Sprint come up short in making their case for a wireless merger

via Los Angeles Times

Teresa Harrison, associate professor of economics at Drexel University, provided insight on the corporate perspective behind mergers.

Transitions: Paul E. Jensen Named Dean of Drexel LeBow College of Business

via The Chronicle of Higher Education

Paul E. Jensen named Dean of Drexel LeBow College of Business after serving as interim dean.

$5M gift to fund new Raj & Kamla Gupta Governance Institute at Drexel University

via Philadelphia Business Journal

The former Rohm and Haas’ CEO’s donation will help the institute create a new Center for Nonprofit Governance.

Former Rohm & Haas CEO Raj Gupta joins Haas family on a $5M gift to create new Drexel institute

via Philadelphia Inquirer

Drexel alumnus Raj Gupta and his wife Kamla donated $2.5 million to create the Gupta Institute at Drexel, while the Haas family matched the gift, bringing the total to $5 million.

Former Rohm & Haas CEO Raj Gupta joins Haas family on a $5M gift to create new Drexel institute

via Philadelphia Inquirer

Drexel alumnus Raj Gupta and his wife Kamla donated $2.5 million to create the Gupta Institute at Drexel, while the Haas family matched the gift, bringing the total to $5 million.