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Assistant Director of Communications

Allison Alsup is the Assistant Director of Communications for the UF Warrington College of Business. In her role, she is responsible for strategic planning and management of public relations as it relates to the college’s reputation. She is the primary contact for media relations and other external partnerships related to public relations. She previously served as Warrington’s Public Relations Specialist for five years. Prior to joining UF Warrington, she was the Public Relations and Partnerships Specialist at the UF College of the Arts. She received her bachelor’s degree in public relations and her Master of Science in Management from the University of Florida.

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Stories by Allison

Jay Ritter appears on Yahoo! Finance Live to discuss the Rumble IPO.

Trump-tied Truth Social’s ‘regulatory trouble’ may benefit Rumble’s IPO: Expert

IPO expert and Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter joins Yahoo! Finance Live to discuss the SPAC deal for the Peter Thiel-backed company Rumble, which has started trading on the stock exchange, and also weighs in on the Porsche and Instacart

Mark Dawkins

Sustaining the ‘language of business’

Mark Dawkins (MBA ’87, MAcc ’88) had long been interested in tinkering with objects, like clocks, radios and other mechanical items. His interest ran deep enough to persuade him to begin his college career at Georgia Tech as a mechanical

Jay Ritter

Apple is now the market’s most shorted stock. If Tesla is an example, that’s bullish.

Apple shareholders need not worry that it’s the most-shorted U.S. stock. A report from short-seller analytics firm S3 Partners said that, after 864 days in which Tesla TSLA, 1.53% was at the top of this list, Apple AAPL, 0.96% has acquired

Jay Ritter

Corebridge IPO shows appeal of crowd support for companies

Corebridge, the life and asset management business of insurance group AIG, went public this week with the help of 43 different banks, the second-highest number of managing underwriters for a US listing on record, according to data collected by the

Mark Jamison

Here’s why Florida should provide broadband leadership

“The federal government is on a path to waste over $30 billion of the $65 billion it plans to spend over the next few years to expand broadband services throughout the nation,” writes Mark Jamison, Public Utility Research Center Director

Jay Ritter

SPAC market hits a wall as issuance dries up and valuation bubble bursts

The SPAC boom is officially a thing of the past. “I think that was a once-in-a-lifetime experience just like during the internet bubble,” said Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter. “A year ago, the whole market was overpaying and now we

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University of Florida again ranked No. 5 among public universities by US News & World Report

For the second year in a row, the University of Florida is listed as one of the top five public research universities in the nation, according to the 2023 Best Colleges rankings released today by U.S. News & World Report.

Jay Ritter

I’ve Never Been an Impulse Buyer—Until Now

Sometimes, says Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter, rather than cutting back on big purchases during periods of high inflation, we actually end up spending more. In a way, he says, we’re trying to “lock in” prices now on these long-desired

#23 Best Undergraduate Business Program U.S. News & World Report Heavener School of Business

Heavener School the No. 23 best undergraduate business program in the nation

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The Heavener School of Business at the University of Florida Warrington College of Business is again among the top U.S. schools on U.S. News & World Report’s “2023 Best Undergraduate Business Programs” rankings released Monday. With this

#10 Best Undergraduate Accounting Program US News & World Report Fisher School of Accounting

Fisher School the No. 10 best accounting program in the nation

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The Fisher School of Accounting’s undergraduate program was named the tenth best undergraduate accounting program among schools in the United States in U.S. News & World Report’s “2023 Best Colleges” edition released Monday. In the same ranking,