Stop Exploiting Young Workers: Here’s an Alternative to Unpaid Internships That Works
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Stop Exploiting Young Workers: Here’s an Alternative to Unpaid Internships That Works

By John A. Fry The “intern economy” is a crumbling monument to short-term thinking. The class-action lawsuit filed in 2010 against Fox Searchlight Pictures by former unpaid interns on the film “Black Swan” set off a wave of internship lawsuits that is likely to have lasting consequences for companies with business models that rely on … Continue reading

Building Campus Pride Among Virtual Students
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Building Campus Pride Among Virtual Students

By Susan Aldridge, PhD For years, we’ve heard that students who learn online cannot possibly develop the same affinity for the institutions they attend as their peers who study on campus. But from where I sit, nothing could be further from the truth. In fact, I see that attachment every year at commencement time when … Continue reading

10 Must-Know Tips for Budding Entrepreneurs
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10 Must-Know Tips for Budding Entrepreneurs

Launching a new company is not an easy undertaking. That’s why —according to Bloomberg—eight out of 10 companies fail within 18 months of opening for business. While there is no formula that can guarantee success, Chuck Sacco, entrepreneur-in-residence and director of External Relations for Drexel University’s Close School of Entrepreneurship, as well as the director … Continue reading

The 2015 Holiday Shopping Season Is Here, Now What?
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The 2015 Holiday Shopping Season Is Here, Now What?

With multiple Thanksgiving sales events adding an extra week to this year’s holiday shopping season, it’s likely we will see an increase in sales over previous years, according to Drexel University’s Rajneesh Suri, PhD, a professor of marketing in Drexel’s LeBow College of Business. Bargain hunters who feel pressured to shop for the best deals … Continue reading

What Do Cyber Attacks Against Major Companies Mean for Consumers?
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What Do Cyber Attacks Against Major Companies Mean for Consumers?

JP Morgan Chase & Co. confirmed last week that hackers managed to access personal data for more than 83 million customers, including 76 million households and seven million small-business online accounts. As The New York Times revealed, even though this was one of the most serious computer intrusions into an American corporation, it wasn’t the … Continue reading