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

First-day performance deviates from trend accentuated by strong debuts for Airbnb and DoorDash. Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter shares insights for this story from The Wall Street Journal.

Wish parent ContextLogic ends debut below IPO price

The Wall Street Journal
Circular sign with airbnb triangle logo mounted on a brick wall outside

Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter comments on whether or not he thinks a bubble is occurring in the IPO market. See what he had to say in this story from Barron’s.

It has definitely been a big year for IPOs. It just might be tech bubble 2.0.

Side view of an electric car being charged

Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter shares insights for this story about how short interest in Tesla is not as high as investors perceive.

Opinion: Why Tesla bulls are in the driver’s seat as the stock nears inclusion in the S&P 500

Jay Ritter

University of Florida finance professor Jay Ritter said his analysis of IPOs of the last ten years showed that the most prolific underwriters – Goldman Sachs Group Inc, Morgan Stanley and JPMorgan Chase & Co Inc – underpriced IPOs the most compared with where shares started trading.

Amateur traders' euphoria leaves red-hot U.S. IPOs with money on the table

Jay Ritter interviewing on CNBC via Zoom about a potential IPO bubble. Next to his image is a downward trending graph about the performance of the Doordash IPO.

Jay Ritter, IPO expert and University of Florida Cordell Eminent Scholar, and Tom White, DA Davidson analyst, join CNBC’s ‘Power Lunch’ to discuss the IPO market and whether it could be a bubble.

University of Florida professor on whether IPOs are overvalued

Jay Ritter

Data from Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter informs this story from Investopedia about positive vaccine approval not abating investor concerns.

DJIA, S&P 500 stall on lockdown fears despite positive vaccine news

Jay Ritter speaks via Zoom on Yahoo! Finance.

It was already a great year for IPOs, but this past week took things to an entirely new level. Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter comments on the IPOs that happened this week and shares more insights on the market in these stories from Barron’s, The Wall Street Journal, CNBC, Bloomberg, Business Insider, Yahoo! Finance and Global News Canada.

It was a crazy week for IPOs. Here are 9 things investors need to know.


Sizzling Tech IPO Market Leaves Investors Befuddled

The Wall Street Journal

Three of the 10 biggest tech IPOs have happened in 2020 — including two in the last week


IPO Mania Sweeps Over Robinhood Crowd and Stokes a 111% Rally


Why the IPO market is having a record-setting year

Business Insider

Seeking A Greater Fool Than I: Bloomberg Article Points To 'Robinhood Posse' As Pushing IPO Valuations Beyond Good Sense

Yahoo! Finance

Back in ’99 and 2000 the tech companies going public were very young and smaller than Doordash and Airbnb: Professor

Yahoo! Finance

Big gains from Doordash, Airbnb IPOs out of reach for many everyday investors

Global News Canada
Airbnb CEO speaks on screen with CNN reporter about the company's IPO

Like Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky, Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter is stunned at the results of the company’s IPO. See the results in this story from CNN.

Airbnb's 'incredible' IPO lost out on $4 billion

Jay Ritter

Sequoia Capital and others prosper as the debuts of DoorDash and Airbnb cap the most lucrative year on record for new listings. Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter discusses the Airbnb share gain in this story from The Wall Street Journal.

Tech IPO bonanza yields riches for venture-capital firms

The Wall Street Journal
Kim Kaupe

Warrington alumna and Rolling Stone Culture Council member Kim Kaupe (BA ’08) shares her insights as the Co-Founder of The Superfan Company on how everything from live music, to museums, to gaming will have to adapt to the changing times.

14 reasons the entertainment industry will look different in 2021

Rolling Stone