Warrington in the News Articles: page 36

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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Check out advice from William D. Hussey Professor Dr. Wayne Archer about what people should look for when investing in beach real estate, beach property value and more

2019's Best Beach Towns to Live in

Jay Ritter on CNBC talking about the Chewy.com IPO

As pet-product company Chewy begins trading this month, Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter comments on the valuation of the latest company to join the list of companies going public in 2019.

Chewy opens for trading at the NYSE

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The Wall Street Journal asked if the latest round of U.S. tariffs will hurt the American economy, and Warrington lecturer Dr. Amanda Phalin responded.

Will the latest round of US tariffs hurt the American economy?

The Wall Street Journal
A woman sits in the back of a car, possibly a rideshare, looking at her mobile phone. The lights of New York City streak past.

Cordell Eminent Scholar Chair Jay Ritter shares why Uber had one of the worst first-day performances of a giant U.S. IPO, according to his research.

Uber starts in reverse


Uber is one of the worst performing IPOs ever


Uber's high-profitable IPO upsets with weak debut

The Wall Street Journal

Uber has poisoned an IPO market that was sick anyway

The Wall Street Journal

Uber and Lyft get creative with numbers, but investors aren't blind to the losses

The Wall Street Journal

Why this expert is unsure if ride-hailing stocks are 'financially viable'


Uber blame game focuses on Morgan Stanley after shares drop


The art of IPO pricing an IPO: Telling the difference between a great company and a great investment

BNN Bloomberg
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Clinical Professor of Marketing Steve Tufts explains six ways of thinking like a champion.

How champions think

Business in Greater Gainesville
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As IPO news continues to dominate business news headlines, Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter offers his research insight in regards to the initial public offerings for companies like Beyond Meat, Zoom, Slack, Uber, Lyft and more.

Beyond Meat had 'the best IPO so far in 2019' - here's what to know if you're thinking of investing


Beyond Meat's share price surges on first day of trading

The New York Times

Lyft's first results after IPO show $1.14 billion quarterly loss

The New York Times

The Zoom Video IPO shows that crazy bubbles still exist


ETFs for IPOs


Why Slack's upcoming 'direct listing' my work for investors


With more than 200 companies planning to go public this year, Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter weighs in on the wave of IPOs we might see in 2019.

Dual-class share structures are a problem, says business professor


We don't need more unicorns, we need more unicorn IPOs

Bloomberg Businessweek

The wave of unicorn IPOs reveals Silicon Valley's groupthink

The Economist

IPO outlook

Yahoo! Finance
A woman sits in the back of a car, possibly a rideshare, looking at her mobile phone. The lights of New York City streak past.

Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter shared his IPO insights on Lyft’s stock-market debut.

Lyft prices IPO at $72 a share

The New York Times

Lyft's shares soar as investors bet on ride-hailing future

The Associated Press

Lyft IPO shows how tech CEOs gain power before profit

Toronto Globe and Mail

Tech IPOs aren't the milestones they once were


How tech unicorns are raking in cash but losing big money

The Wall Street Journal

Think you'll make millions on Lyft's IPO? Sorry, but 'It's probably overpriced

USA Today

Lyft IPO sets the stage for Uber listing

Financial Times

The 2019 IPO frenzy is different from 1999. Really.

The Wall Street Journal
a young female student using a cellphone and credit card outside on campus

Fisher School of Accounting Assistant Professor Blake Bowler provided some expert guidance on why it’s important for those without credit to consider a credit card, mistakes first-time credit card holders make and more.

2019 best credit cards for students with no credit

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Read education news outlet The 74 Million’s deep dive into Anuj Kumar’s research and how the “ubiquity of school quality ratings may be changing the complexions of whole neighborhoods and cities.”

Power is knowledge: New study finds that wealthy, educated families are using school ratings to self-segregate

The 74 Million