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Jane Sun on the cover of Forbes Asia

Warrington alumna named to first Emergent 25 List by Forbes Asia

Jane Sun (BSAc ’92) was named to the inaugural Emergent 25 List of Asia’s latest star businesswomen by Forbes Asia. She is featured on the May 2018 cover of Forbes Asia announcing the Emergent 25. The list features women making their mark in regional enterprises across Asia and reflects the broader impact of women in the Asia-Pacific business world. Those named to the list were chosen for the money they generate, the influence they wield, and the ideas and trends

Peter Gylfe

Finance alumnus named to Forbes 30 under 30 list

Since 2012, Forbes has recognized the brightest young entrepreneurs, innovators and game changers who are transforming business and the world on its 30 under 30 list. The list contains 600 individuals across 20 different industries, many with inspiring stories, impressive backgrounds and Ivy League educations. This year, the 30 under 30 list in finance was made up of a similar group of people. One, however, was not exactly like the rest. Peter Gylfe (BSBA Finance ’09, MSF ’10) was the

Joel Houston in class

Favorable ROI has UF MBA on Forbes’s list of best business schools

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – UF MBA at the Hough Graduate School of Business was named one of the nation’s top 50 MBA programs in Forbes’s 2015 “The Best Business Schools” released Wednesday. UF MBA ranked 50th overall and 26th among U.S. public programs. It was also the No. 1-ranked MBA program in the state of Florida. “These rankings reflect Return on Investment (ROI), which is a hallmark of UF MBA,” said Dr. Alex Sevilla, Assistant Dean and Director of UF MBA

Highlights of Forbes 2005 Best Business Schools Rankings

The University of Florida was named among the Top 50 in the Forbes 2005 Best Business Schools rankings. Rankings are based on the return on investment received by graduates of the Class of 2000. Surveys were sent to 25,000 alumni of 111 MBA programs worldwide and results are based on comparisons of post‐MBA (three of the first five years) compensation with opportunity cost salaries in previous jobs for the 24% who responded. Salary figures were adjusted to account for cost‐of‐living