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.

Jay Ritter

Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter shares insights in this story about a 1990s-era tax break, once aimed at small businesses, that has become a popular way for Silicon Valley founders and investors to avoid taxes on their investment profits.

A Lavish Tax Dodge for the Ultrawealthy Is Easily Multiplied

The New York Times
Jay Ritter

It has been a record-breaking year for IPOs, but it has also been a mixed bag — and billionaire Stephen Schwarzman’s Blackstone Group is among those investors who are picking through their duds.

“Investors were buying IPOs on a lot of optimistic assumptions,” Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter told The Post.

Blackstone gets stuck with IPO duds this year including Bumble and Oatly

The New York Post
Jay Ritter

“After that first day jump, on average this year IPOs have underperformed the market,” said Jay Ritter, Cordell Eminent Scholar. What gives? Ritter thinks the discrepancy has a lot to do with sky-high expectations on Wall Street.

IPOs have been hot. Now investors are dumping them

Mark Jamison

Public Utility Research Center and Gunter Professor Mark Jamison joins Palveshey Tariq on the Palveshow to discuss the ethics of the technological revolution the world finds itself in.

Ethics in the Age of a Technological Revolution

Asoo Vakharia

Disruptions in the supply chain have impacted consumers’ ability to get a wide range of products, from couches to milk. Asoo Vakharia, the McClatchy professor and director of the Supply Chain Management Center, explains what’s happening, what consumers can do and what companies should do in this episode of From Florida.

Untangling the knots in the supply chain

From Florida