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Read the latest news and research from University of Florida Warrington College of Business faculty, who are thought leaders in their respective fields and provide expert guidance in the classroom. Their research provides industry leaders and individuals with insights they can use in their careers and daily lives.

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9 must-read leadership books for business professionals

Want to progress your leadership skills? Check out recommendations from University of Florida Warrington College of Business faculty and staff.  Glue: How Project Leaders Create Cohesive, Engaged, High-Performing Teams By Anh Dao Pham “This book is a hidden gem for

Jay Ritter

Algorithms powering John Ruiz’s company being probed by SEC, Justice Department

When attorney John H. Ruiz took his company public in 2022, the Miami entrepreneur promised that its software algorithms were so effective they could spot billions of dollars in improperly paid health-insurance claims that would eventually yield significant profits for

Jay Ritter

Why a ‘collapse’ of younger VC firms may not be a bad thing, according to a top angel investor who backed Uber and Robinhood

Although private markets are rebounding along with an IPO market that just saw the highest grossing quarter since 2021, some newer VC firms aren’t counting themselves among the recent winners. Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter shares his insights on why

Jay Ritter

Why is Trump’s Truth Social stock plummeting?

After vaulting from an initial offering price of about $50 to a peak of nearly $80 in late March, Truth Social’s share price has dropped a staggering 68%. In early trading on Tuesday, the price stood at about $25. Cordell

Kristin Joys

Social Entrepreneurship Lecturer honored with awards for teaching and service

Social Entrepreneurship Lecturer in Management Kristin Joys is this year’s recipient of both the B Academics Instructor of the Year Award and the University of Florida Presidential Service & Leadership Faculty/Staff Advocate of the Year Award. B Academics annually recognizes

Jay Ritter

Trump Media stock price plummets Monday as company files to issue millions of shares

Trump Media & Technology Group shares plummeted more than 18% Monday after the company took steps to sell millions of additional shares. Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter expects the stock price will continue to be highly volatile.  Read more insights

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Real estate education benefits at the University of Florida with David Ling

David Ling, Ken and Linda McGurn Professor and Director of the Nathan S. Collier Master of Science Real Estate program at UF Warrington, joins Michael Bull of America’s Commercial Real Estate Show to discuss the benefits of a real estate

Jay Ritter

Strong Q1 demand for IPOs bodes well for 2024, experts say: ‘I’m way more optimistic than I’ve been the last two years’

With 30 IPOs that raised over $7.8 billion in the first quarter—figures that jump to 49 offerings and $8.4 billion if SPAC deals are included—experts like Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter say they’re encouraged the sector has bounced back from the doldrums. Read

Klodiana Lanaj

University of Florida management professor awarded for significant scholarly achievement by premier organization

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Klodiana Lanaj, Martin L. Schaffel Professor, is the latest recipient of the Academy of Management Organizational Behavior Division’s Cummings Early to Mid-Career Scholarly Achievement Award, which recognizes scholarly achievement of an early- to mid-career scholar. Lanaj is

Jim Hoover

An AI Bubble of a Different Kind

Insights from Jim Hoover, Director of the Business Analytics and Artificial Intelligence Center, highlight why leaders need to shift from investing to better planning around AI. Read more in this brief from Korn Ferry. 

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