In 1985, Mr. Drasner, with a partner, acquired U. S. News &World Report and served as its CEO and Co-Chairman from 1985 to 2004. In 1993, he handled the acquisition of the New York Daily News and remained co-owner, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Publisher until 2004. Mr. Drasner founded Fast Company Magazine in 1995 and served as CEO until its sale 1999
In 1985, he started Applied Graphics Technologies, took it public in 1996 (NASDAQ), and served as its Chairman and CEO from 1985 until its sale in 2003. During that period, it grew into the world’s largest Digital Image Management Company
He was one of the initial investors in Snyder Communications (NYSE) and a board member until its sale to Havas for $2.3 billion in 1999. He was co-owner and Vice Chairman of The Washington Redskins football team from 1999 to 2004. Mr. Drasner served as a member of the Board of Directors of Ventiv Health, Inc. (now inVentiv Health Inc. NASDAQ); Applied Graphics Technologies (NASDAQ); Snyder Communications (NYSE) and the Washington Redskins. Mr. Drasner was one of the founders of the Vehicle Production Group in 2007 and served as its chairman until its sale in 2013.
Currently, Three Seasons has seven companies in its portfolio including Heru and he serves as a director for each the companies.