Jay Ritter

Nasdaq: Update on IPOs and SPACs

Data from Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter informs this story on the significant IPO slowdown in 2022. In the whole year, there were just 181 IPOs in U.S. equity markets, having seen more than 1,000 the year before.  Read more in this story from Nasdaq. 

  • A study from Assistant Professor Sehoon Kim finds that the appetite for ESG investing goes down when there is an economic shock such as Covid-19 lockdowns.

    Sehoon Kim

    Investors are all for ESG. Except, that is, when times are tough.

    The Wall Street Journal
  • New research from Martin L. Schaffel Professor Klodiana Lanaj and alumni Trevor Foulk (Ph.D. ’17) and Remy Jennings (Ph.D. ’22) shows that the simple act of starting the day with some positive self-reflection can have big impacts on how a leader feels about their role and consequently make them better leaders at work and happier at home.

    Woman writes a list in front of a computer

    The simple act that can make you a better leader at work and happier at home

    University of Maryland Robert H. Smith School of Business
  • Now that companies have regulatory approval to raise capital through a direct listing without being limited by tight pricing restrictions, the yet-unused alternative to a traditional initial public offering could find more takers once market conditions improve. Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter shares his insights on how this will benefit firms.

    Jay Ritter

    Direct listings expansion creates another go-public option

    Law360
  • Data from Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter informs this story on the significant IPO slowdown in 2022. In the whole year, there were just 181 IPOs in U.S. equity markets, having seen more than 1,000 the year before.

    Jay Ritter

    Update on IPOs and SPACs from Nasdaq

    Nasdaq
  • Initial public offerings appear likely to remain sluggish for at least several months to start 2023, while special purpose acquisition companies, which provide businesses with alternative paths to public listings, face headwinds of their own. The IPO drought could last years in a worst-case scenario, according to University of Florida professor Jay Ritter.

    Jay Ritter

    IPOs could be headed for a rocky road in 2023

    Law360
Grace White, DVM

Calling all cats

Grace White, DVM is the owner of All Cats Healthcare Clinic, a local small animal hospital. She shares how the Master of Science in Management (MSM) program helped combine her love for animals and passion for business. Dr. Grace White (BS ’11, MSM ’13, DVM ’17) didn’t know she’d end up in feline medicine. Until six months before she graduated from veterinary school, White had every intention of becoming an

Elizabeth Early

Warrington marketing senior named Retail Student of the Year

Elizabeth Early has been recognized as the Retail Student of the Year for 2022-23. As a senior at the University of Florida, her goal was to give back to the school that shaped her into who she has become. Early admits that as a freshman, she had no idea where her studies or skills would take her, but what was always apparent was the endless support that was offered not

#4 UF MBA Online and #1 Online Business Undergrad US News and World Report 2023. University of Florida Warrington College of Business.

University of Florida home of nation’s best online business programs

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The best online business programs, from undergraduate to master’s degrees, are offered at the University of Florida, according to the latest rankings from U.S. News & World Report. The UF Warrington College of Business’ online MBA and online bachelor’s in business are among the top 5 programs in the nation on U.S. News’ “2023 Best Online Programs” ranking, a fitting ranking for a Top 5 public university.