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Michelle Lowry, PhD, dispels the claim that ownership of rival firms by one institutional investor encourages firm coordination and decreases competition.

Held in person for the first time since 2019, the 17th Directors Academy featured the most qualified and diverse group of attendees in the program’s history.

A comprehensive study of online time-scarcity promotions by Assistant Professor of Marketing Jillian Hmurovic, PhD, has implications formarketers and consumers.

To what extent do fund managers possess the ability to generate excess returns from investing in firms before they become targets for a merger or acquisition?

Shaily Panwar worked as an Information Explorer with the Drexel Libraries, researching misinformation and promoting media literacy among students.

LeBow Dean Emeritus and George B. Francis Professor of Finance George Tsetsekos, PhD, was awarded the Global Citizen Award by the Global Interdependence Center.

A sabbatical spent at Amazon gave Associate Dean for Research Elea Feit, PhD, new perspectives on data usage, preparing students and her own research interests.

A major grant from the European Commission will fund Sport Business faculty’s research on the legal and economic impacts of global sustainability initiatives.

Two LeBow professors examined coordination within and between teams building Rube Goldberg devices as part of highly interdependent multiteam systems.

MBA student and Drexel soccer player Daniel Nesseler brings a level of drive and determination to his studies that befits his background in professional sports.

One hundred years ago Drexel established the School of Business Administration, now the Bennett S. LeBow College of Business.

A course in Business Consulting had MBA and MS students crafting solutions for Anheuser Busch.

The Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning’s newly named Teaching Fellows will collaborate with the Office of Instructional Technology.

A study by Curtis Hall, associate professor at LeBow College of Business, finds smaller gender pay gaps among executives of nonprofit organizations.

A U.S. State Department-funded scholarship will help Coley Ferguson ’25 build on her first-year Chinese language studies.