Warrington in the News Articles: page 35

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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Research from Matherly Professor of Information Systems Dr. Anuj Kumar contributed to this story from Chalkbeat about how school ratings push families toward schools with fewer black and Hispanic students.

Looking for a home? You’ve seen GreatSchools ratings. Here’s how they nudge families toward schools with fewer black and Hispanic students.

Chalkbeat
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Matherly Professor of Information Systems Anuj Kumar comments on new methods retailers are using to lure consumers to buy their products this holiday season.

UF retail expert shares holiday shopping trends

The Gainesville Sun
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Cordell Eminent Scholar Chair Jay Ritter comments on how the market checked the valuations of many disruptive tech companies.

A year in which the IPO market sobered up

Financial Times
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Director of Energy Studies Ted Kury comments on how PG&E might solve its current electrical-needs crisis through grid hardening.

California crisis of fires, blackouts decades in the making

The Associated Press
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Jay Ritter comments on Uber’s low shares and those traded after its lockup period ended and more.

Uber Shares Hit Record Low as Post-IPO Lockup Expires

The Wall Street Journal
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Cordell Eminent Scholar Chair Jay Ritter comments on Spotify’s direct listing approach.

“Innovative And Daring” CFO of Spotify Announces Retirement

Forbes
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Cordell Eminent Scholar Chair Jay Ritter comments on how the underpricing of IPOs in America has left billions on the table.

IPOs are a racket. But try finding something better.

The Economist
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Cordell Eminent Scholar Chair Jay Ritter spoke with Marketplace about how the Saudi Aramco’s prospectus will help investors understand its profitability and long term risk.

What investors need to see in Saudi Aramco’s IPO prospectus

Marketplace
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Cordell Eminent Scholar Chair Jay Ritter comments on how lock-up periods might affect the valuation of companies like Uber, Pinterest and Zoom that went public this year.

Lossmaking tech shares face rough ride as lock-up clauses expire

Financial Times
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As traditional initial public offerings struggle, Cordell Eminent Scholar Chair Jay Ritter spoke at an event hosted by UF alumnus and venture capitalist Bill Gurley (BS ’89) about the benefits of direct listings.

Startups hear about drawbacks of IPOs at San Francisco meeting

Reuters

Venture capitalists to warn startups of the downside of IPOs in San Francisco meeting

CNBC

Slack, Spotify and Michael Lewis will join nearly every big investor in Silicon Valley to talk about direct listings vs IPOs

CNBC

Tech investor Bill Gurley says top-tier banks underprice IPOs

CNBC

Silicon Valley investors call summit to disrupt IPO business

Bloomberg