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Ram Jupudy

Theracycle’s Impact on Parkinson’s Therapy: A Beacon of Hope for Millions

Doctor of Business Administration student Ram Jupudy (DBA ’25) is the visionary CEO behind Theracycle, a company reshaping the landscape of Parkinson’s disease therapy, offering new hope and improved quality of life to those grappling with this challenging neurological condition.

Aaron Hill

Paranoid CEOs hide from government, react strongly to competitors

The higher CEOs score on measures of paranoia, the more likely they are to avoid lobbying government, according to new research of 925 CEOs across 774 firms by Associate Professor Aaron Hill. But hiding doesn’t always work. If sanctioned, or

Jay Ritter

Russian investor made millions off insider trading tied to Trump Media, court docs say

Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter shares his expertise for this story about a Russian-American businessman based in Miami suspected of making nearly $23 million from alleged insider trading involving former President Donald Trump’s media company, according to federal court records.

Jess Jiang

Planet Money’s Jess Jiang to discuss how AI is transforming business

Jess Jiang, an Emmy-winning journalist and editor of NPR’s economics podcast Planet Money, will visit the University of Florida campus as the university’s inaugural Business Journalist in Residence Feb. 5-8. Her visit will include a public panel discussion titled, “How

Six Warrington alumni named to 2024 40 Gators Under 40

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Multiple real estate professionals, a leader on Wall Street, a philanthropic specialist, an experienced trial attorney and a federal prosecutor are the Warrington College of Business representatives on this year’s list of outstanding alumni named to the

Jay Ritter

Trump SPAC has tripled since the Iowa caucuses

Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter comments on the latest meme stock, one closely associated with the 45th president of the United States. The share price of Digital World Acquisition Corp., the special purpose acquisition company (SPAC), has exploded in value as

Students hold UF MBA sign and wear neon construction vests.

University of Florida MBA students learn importance of cultural insights while consulting with Prague businesses

Communism has left its mark on business in Prague. That’s what a cohort of MBA students from the University of Florida Warrington College of Business discovered on a Global Immersion Experience trip to the Czech Republic in November. The week-long

Valeria Marcia

Tech Tuesday with Valeria Marcia

In this week’s Tech Tuesday for WCJB TV20, UF Innovate speaks to Lecturer Valeria Marcia, a researcher using AI to power digital marketing. Marcia explains more about her work at Warrington, the UF AI initiative and what students can learn

Tianxin Zou

University of Florida professor inducted into prestigious young scholars class for excellence in marketing research

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Tianxin Zou, John I. Williams, Jr. Assistant Professor of Marketing, is among the latest class of Marketing Science Institute (MSI) Young Scholars. Zou joins a prestigious group of marketing scholars from the University of Florida honored with

Jingchuan Pu and Hsing Kenneth Cheng.

Research by Warrington faculty nominated for Antitrust Writing Awards

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – A paper by Jingchuan Pu and John B. Higdon Eminent Scholar Chair Hsing Kenneth Cheng has been nominated for this year’s Antitrust Writing Award. The paper, “Impact of Own Brand Product Introduction on Optimal Pricing Models for

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