Biden Administration Approved Texas Power Request, Contrary to False Claim

Public Utility Research Center Director of Energy Studies Dr. Ted Kury helps inform this fact checking story about the U.S. Department of Energy approving a request to allow power plants in snowstorm-battered Texas to temporarily bypass some environmental limits during its energy crisis, in order to produce more power. Viral headlines falsely claimed the department rejected the request. See how Kury helped debunk the false claim in this story from

  • U.S.-listed SPACs have raised a stunning $48.3 billion through 160 deals so far this year, but Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter worries the SPAC boom is a sign of market euphoria and a potential bubble.

    Jay Ritter

    Celebs including A-Rod and Ciara are getting into SPACs. What could go wrong?

    CNN
  • Helicopter-taxi hopeful Archer is among those joining the public markets with billion-dollar valuations—years before any revenue. Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter lends his expertise on SPACs to this story.

    Jay Ritter

    SPAC Frenzy Emboldens Silicon Valley Startups to Forgo Venture Funding

    Wall Street Journal
  • The number of firms listed on U.S. exchanges surges the most since the dot-com bubble, reversing a two-decade slump. Research from Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter informs this story from the Wall Street Journal.

    Jay Ritter

    Red-Hot Stock Market Pushes More Companies to Go Public

    Wall Street Journal
  • Public Utility Research Center Director of Energy Studies Dr. Ted Kury helps inform this fact checking story about the U.S. Department of Energy approving a request to allow power plants in snowstorm-battered Texas to temporarily bypass some environmental limits during its energy crisis, in order to produce more power. Viral headlines falsely claimed the department rejected the request.

    Ted Kury

    Biden Administration Approved Texas Power Request, Contrary to False Claim

    FactCheck.org | Annenberg Public Policy Center | University of Pennsylvania
  • Warrington’s Clinical Professor Dr. Steven Tufts explains how to build a real estate referral network and sphere of influence that work for you.

    Steve Tufts

    Want to Grow Your Real Estate Business? BE AN INFLUENCER!

    Florida Realtor Magazine

Thanks for your support, Business Gators!

Dear Business Gators, We are amazed by the response from the Warrington College of Business community to Gator Nation Giving Day on February 18. Thank you, Business Gators! It was a historic day for the University of Florida with 22,198 donations made by alumni, students and friends in 49 states and 21 countries, totaling more than $25.3 million. It’s no surprise that Warrington was well represented with 498 gifts, the

New UF Warrington, FAMU partnership to address diversity in real estate

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The University of Florida Warrington College of Business is proud to announce a new scholarship for students who attended Florida A&M University (FAMU) or other Historically Black Colleges or Universities (HBCU) and are interested in studying real estate. The Bergstrom-Crossman Real Estate Scholarship will be awarded annually through the Kelley A. Bergstrom Real Estate Center to support students qualified for the Nathan S. Collier Master of Science

Financial Times: UF MBA No. 1 in value for money, career services

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – For the fourth consecutive year, UF MBA at the University of Florida Warrington College of Business has been named the best program in value for money by the Financial Times. In addition, UF MBA rose into the No. 1 spot for career services, up from No. 2 last year. “We’re proud of the top rankings we’ve earned from Financial Times, and it’s no coincidence that our strongest