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.

Jay Ritter speaks on Bloomberg

As a series of high-profile companies look to make their debuts on the market this year, Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter shares his expert advice on the impact these IPOs will have with multiple news outlets.

Endeavor pulls IPO after Peloton's poor debut

The Wall Street Journal

IPO crashes send chills from Wall Street to Silicon Valley

Financial Times

The remarkable rise - and epic fall - of WeWork's charismatic, controversial founder Adam Neumann


IPOs have been crushed in 2019. Why that's actually good news for stocks

Bear coming up over large rocks

Research from Cordell Eminent Scholar Chair Jay Ritter helps form advice on how retirees should respond to the steadily growing news stories about an imminent recession.

Opinion: Here’s how retirees should plan for an imminent recession

WeWork logo on a sign on a brick wall

Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter comments on WeWork’s value in its now postponed IPO.

Investor skepticism prompts WeWork to postpone its IPO

Woman holding an invisible teeth liner with text Smiling is contagious.

Cordell Eminent Scholar Chair Jay Ritter shares in the Silicon Angle article as well as in an article by the Financial Times that SmileDirectClub share’s percentage slide was the third-worst among IPOs of more than $100 million since 1990.

SmileDirectClub flops in one of the worst-performing IPOs in decades

Silicon Angle

SmileDirectClub shares tumble 28% in public debut

Financial Times
Peloton cardio machine sits in front of a glass window

Cordell Eminent Scholar Chair Jay Ritter comments on Peloton’s journey to an initial public offering.

Peloton puts its own spin on accounting metrics ahead of IPO

Jay Ritter in front of University of Florida background on CNBC

Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter recently discussed IPOs with CNBC’s Jon Fortt on his show Fortt Knox in honor of the 15th anniversary of Google’s IPO.

Goodbye IPO, hello direct listing?

Red arrow pointing down over a stock ticker board

Cordell Eminent Scholar Chair Jay Ritter shares insights on why investors are willing to pay high prices for less profitable IPOs.

Today’s Tech IPOs Offer Lower Growth for Top Dollar

The Wall Street Journal

Due to an Unusual Clause, WeWork Founder Could Make Millions If the Company Hits a Market Cap of $90 Billion

Low section of elementary students standing outside class with backpacks. Legs of four boys and girls leaning in a row. Four multiethnic school children before the start of the lessons.

Matherly Professor Anuj Kumar’s research showcases how wealthy, educated families are using school ratings to self-segregate.

Information Systems and Operations Management professor's research on how wealthy families use school ratings to self-segregate featured among most popular stories

The 74 Million
The constriction site with mounds of dirt and construction equipment will be the home of the new Amazon delivery station

Matherly Professor Anuj Kumar notes that Amazon’s new delivery station in St. Lucie County might do more harm than good for local businesses.

Florida's St. Lucie County braces for 'Amazon effect,' but is that a good thing?

JEA building in downtown Jacksonville, Florida.

Director of Energy Studies Ted Kury spoke with WJCT News about why the JEA utility sale could top records.

Experts Say Sale of JEA Would Be Biggest Public Utility Transaction In The Industry