Jay Ritter

Trump’s Truth Social stock takes turbulent swings after verdict

The stock price of former President Donald Trump’s social media platform Truth Social made turbulent swings in the aftermath of his conviction in a New York court on Thursday. In the immediate aftermath of the verdict, the stock price of Truth Social plummeted roughly 15% to a price of about $47. The stock recovered in after-hours trading, however, rallying above its pre-verdict level to about $52. Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter

  • Nearly every Fortune 500 company now uses some form of artificial intelligence to help them hire the best talent by screening resumes or analyzing test performance. But these AI hiring tools are probably spitting out worse candidates than hiring managers expect, according to new research from Professors of Management Heng Xu and Nan Zhang.

    Heng Xu and Nan Zhang

    To hire the right job candidate, humans and machines should clear up this simple miscommunication

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  • Members of the University of Florida College of Public Health and Health Professions and Warrington College of Business came together recently to discuss the power and potential of artificial intelligence for improving health care delivery as part of the college’s AI Seminar Series. Jim Hoover, Jack Faricy Professor and Director of the Business Analytics and Artificial Intelligence Center, presented at the seminar and shared examples of how AI technology can improve health care and prevention.

    Jim Hoover

    How AI can improve health care

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  • In the immediate aftermath of the verdict, the stock price of Truth Social plummeted roughly 15% to a price of about $47. The stock recovered in after-hours trading, however, rallying above its pre-verdict level to about $52. Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter shares his insights.

    Jay Ritter

    Trump's Truth Social stock takes turbulent swings after verdict

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    Trump Media stock drops in Friday trading after former president's guilty verdict

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  • We’ve all done it. A bad night’s sleep or a tough commute made us cranky, and we lashed out at a coworker who did nothing wrong. What can we do to make up for it?

    According to a new study from Martin L. Schaffel Professor Klodiana Lanaj and doctoral student Daniel Kim, embracing our guilty feelings can help us make up for our bad behavior by encouraging us to act more politely and work harder the next day.

    Klodiana Lanaj and Daniel Kim

    Rude at work? Feeling guilty can make you a better, kinder worker.

    UF News
  • Trump Media & Technology Group lost more than $300 million during the first quarter and generated very little revenue, the owner of Truth Social announced in a press release Monday. Experts like Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter have said the price tag on Trump Media stock defies logic given the company’s financial results and small footprint in social media.

    Jay Ritter

    Trump Media lost more than $300 million last quarter on very little revenue

    CNN
Rob Carter

Innovation, delivered

IN TRANSIT Early on in his time at the University of Florida, Rob Carter (BSBA ’81) received some devastating feedback. As a pre-med student, he was struggling with the dreaded courses of chemistry and biology. After dropping both classes and meeting with his advisor about his next steps, Carter was offered this comment. “‘Frankly, Mr. Carter, I don’t think you have what it takes to be successful here at the

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UF MBA students gain business insights from South Florida’s major industry leaders

South Florida has cemented itself as a major player in today’s business environment and UF MBA students are benefiting from the growth. In recent years, the region has become the No. 2 international banking center in the United States, home to 1,000+ multinational companies. Thanks to a new program funded by the Florida Legislature and University of Florida President Ben Sasse, the students had the opportunity to meet with companies leading in some

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10 University of Florida business graduate programs ranked among the best in the nation by Eduniversal

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The University of Florida Warrington College of Business proudly shares the latest rankings of several of its graduate business degree programs as some of the best in the United States according to a trusted international publication. On the 2024 Eduniversal Best Masters and MBA Rankings, seven Warrington degree programs have been named among the top 15 programs in the nation, with four programs in the national top