For a better experience, click the Compatibility Mode icon above to turn off Compatibility Mode, which is only for viewing older websites.


All News tagged "business"

LeBow College of Business

Apple, Jack in the Box Join Drexel LeBow’s MBA C-Suite Co-op

Apple and Jack in the Box restaurants are among the latest companies to sign up for the C-Suite Co-op program at Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business.

Scholly App

Student-Designed App Simplifies Scholarship Search

Labeled the “Million Dollar Scholar,” business student Christopher Gray secured $1.3 million in scholarships after months of going through database after database to find those he was eligible to apply for. He's come up with a way to make it easier for other students.

Chris Young

Drexel Professor, Former Student Aims to Make his Unknown Business Known

Drexel business professor and alum Christopher Young was recently nominated for a "Best Unknown Business" award for his company, Async Interview. Now, he wants to make his unknown business known.

Wall Street

‘Rescuing Cities, Schools and Students: New Models for Municipal Banking’ Forum at Drexel , May 23

A public forum entitled “Rescuing Cities, Schools and Students: New Models for Municipal Banking” will be held at Drexel University on Thursday, May 23, sponsored by Drexel University's Center for Public Policy, the Pennsylvania Project and the Public Banking Institute.
Kailey Kluge

A Dream Realized: Drexel Student To Study Abroad in Russia

International area studies major Kailey Kluge always wanted to study abroad in Russia. Thanks to the prestigious Boren Scholarship award she won last month, her dream will be realized this fall.

Hot Spot parking logo

Drexel Seniors Work to Alleviate Parking Headache in Major Cities

Jonathan Davis graduates this June with a bachelor’s in engineering, a minor in business and a start-up that’s already got investors excited. Davis and some classmates created Hot Spot Parking, a new effort to alleviate the troubles caused by parking in cities around the country.

Eagles Twins

Drexel Students and Twin Sisters Both Make Philadelphia Eagles Cheerleading Squad

Drexel students and twin sisters Sage and Gabriella Cifaloglio are now both members of the 2013 Philadelphia Eagles Cheerleading Squad.

Donna DeCarolis

Q&A with Donna DeCarolis: Vision for Drexel's Close School of Entrepreneurship

Donna DeCarolis speaks to DrexelNow about her role as founding dean of Drexel's Charles D. Close School of Entrepreneurship, Drexel’s 14th and newest school.

Marissa Mayer

Q&A with Susan Epstein: The Impact of Marissa Mayer's Work-From-Home Ban

Drexel business professor Susan Epstein weighs in on the implication of Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer's recent ban on employees working from home and what it means for employee morale.

rising gas prices

Q&A with Shawkat Hammoudeh: The Early Surge in Gas Prices

Much to the dismay of American drivers, the price of gasoline started an upward climb earlier than usual this year. DrexelNow looked to professor Shawkat Hammoudeh to learn more about the early spike in price and when we might see some relief.
Al West, Drexel's 2013 Business Leader of the Year

Al West Named Drexel 2013 Business Leader of the Year

The founding CEO of SEI Investments Co. (NASDAQ:SEIC) Al West is Drexel University's LeBow College of Business 59th Business Leader of the Year. He will be honored at a luncheon attended by hundreds of Greater Philadelphia’s top executives on March 5.

Maker's Mark

Q&A with Daniel Korschun: The Maker's Mark Bourbon Crisis

To help put the recent Maker's Mark whiskey crisis in perspective, DrexelNow looked to Daniel Korschun, assistant professor and expert in corporate strategy.