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

Aramark tweaks top bosses’ pay structure to please shareholders, but that may not be enough

via The Philadelphia Inquirer

Raj & Kamla Gupta Governance Institute Executive Director Patricia Connolly discusses Aramark’s recent changes in pay structure.

President Trump is almost due for his annual physical. What would an executive get?

via The Philadelphia Inquirer

TD Bank Professor of Finance Michelle Lowry shares her perspective on executives disclosing personal health information to constituents.

Airbnb Boycotted And Sued For Discrimination Following Israel Settlement Ban

via Forbes

Stephen Cozen Research Scholar and Associate Professor of Marketing Daniel Korschun provides an analysis of Airbnb’s recent decision to remove 200 listings from Israeli settlements in the West Bank.

Why yes, girls in low-tech households are still interested in STEM

via Philly

Drexel University LeBow College of Business and STEM education nonprofit TechGirlz recently released a survey suggesting that young girls’ interest in tech or STEM fields isn’t contingent on the degree of their parents’ affinity for the subject.

Patagonia's Unapologetically Political Strategy and the Massive Business It Has Built

via INC.

Daniel Korschun, associate marketing professor, shared his thoughts on what consumers and employees are looking for from corporations in light of Patagonia’s recent political positioning.

WalletHub's Best 0% Balance Transfer Credit Cards

via WalletHub

Professor of Finance Eliezer M. Fich shares his top tips on finding the best zero balance transfer cards.

Racial Bias in School Bonds

via BizEd AACSB International

Assistant Professor of Finance Casey Dougal and a team of researchers cited “racial animus” as the main cause for Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) being charged 20 percent higher underwriting fees than their counterparts.

Carlos Ghosn's arrest shows that even visionaries need oversight

via CNN Business

After the arrest of Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn over what Nissan called “significant acts of misconduct,” the need for checks and balances was highlighted by Ralph Walkling, Christopher and Mary Stratakis Professor in Corporate Governance and Accountability.

Ask the Experts: David Becher on Citibank Credit Cards

via WalletHub

Associate Professor of Finance David Becher provides insight on the key features of Citibank credit cards, including cash back percentages and the results of a “no late fees” policy.

Trying to trick yourself into exercising more? Good luck.

via The Washington Post

Associate Professor of Economics Mark Stehr’s recent research, covering exercise habits in relation to motivation, was recently highlighted in the Washington Post.