Warrington in the News Articles: page 3

It’s no secret that Warrington faculty are internationally renowned for their innovative research. The media looks to our scholars for insights and impactful news. See below where our faculty are featured in the news.

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Jay Ritter

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.

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

Fortune

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

Yahoo! Finance
Three students pose for a photo with a large trophy and certificate for winning at DataFest.

Graduate and undergraduate students from Warrington came together with students from across UF in a celebration of data, working around the clock to solve problems, brainstorm solutions and creatively present findings to impress a panel of judges at the 2024 American Statistical Association DataFest hosted by the department of biostatistics at the UF College of Public Health and Health Professions and the department of statistics at the UF College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

A whirlwind of big data: Recapping DataFest 2024

UF College of Public Health and Health Professions
Jim Hoover

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.

An AI Bubble of a Different Kind

Korn Ferry
Zack Ellison

Zack Ellison (DBA ’25) co-authored the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Institute Research Foundation’s latest book: An Introduction to Alternative Credit. The doctoral candidate of business administration at the University of Florida Warrington College of Business contributed a chapter on the history, characteristics, risks, returns and future potential of venture debt, telling readers everything they need to know about the emerging alternative credit product.

An Introduction to Alternative Credit

CFA Institute
Jay Ritter appears on CNN to discuss the Truth Social IPO.

Analysts marvel at the stock price of a social media platform valued at over 1000 times its earnings. Trump owns more than 50%; a dip this week cost him $1b. Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter shares his insights.

Trump's Truth Social stock price slides

CNN
John Banko

Wells Fargo Faculty Fellow, Instructional Associate Professor of Finance and Director of the Wealth Management Program John Banko shares his insights for homebuyers on what to know before buying a starter home.

Best Cities To Buy a Starter Home

This Old House
Jay Ritter

Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter shares his expertise on former President Donald Tump’s social media company, which is not relying on traditional performance metrics – and doesn’t plan to anytime soon, according to a regulatory filing Monday that also disclosed losses that sent the stock tumbling.

Trump’s social media platform says it’s above ‘traditional key performance indicators.’ An auditor has substantial doubt it can continue as a going concern

Fortune

Trump Media plunges as Truth Social’s $58 million loss reported

The Washington Post
Jay Ritter

The parent company of former President Trump’s Truth Social platform defied expectations in its first week on the stock market. Trump Media & Technology Group stock closed at roughly $62 per share Thursday after a whipsaw week of trading. Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter shares how much he thinks the shares are really worth.

Trump social media company defies expectations in stock market debut

The Hill
Jay Ritter

Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter shares his expert insights for this story on IPOs in 2024.

If this is a bull market, where are the IPOs?

The Globe and Mail
Ted Kury

News10NBC Investigative Reporter Jennifer Lewke spoke with Ted Kury, the Director of Energy Studies at the University of Florida Warrington College of Business’s Public Utility Research Center, about how a public takeover of local Rochester utility RG&E would work, when doing so would be beneficial to ratepayers and when it would not.

News10NBC Investigates: What would a public takeover of RG&E look like?

News10NBC | Rochester
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