Warrington in the News Articles: page 39

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.

Tianxin Zou

Assistant Professor of Marketing Tianxin Zou’s research was recently featured in a presentation made by U.S. Federal Trade Commissioner Christine S. Wilson. Commissioner Wilson’s presentation focused on the importance of interdisciplinary perspectives to understand online platforms as part of the Public Utility Research Center’s Digital Markets Initiative.

Hunting the Chipmunk: Finding out what we don't know about platform competition

United States Federal Trade Commission
Amanda Phalin

On Wednesday, July 22 at 5 p.m. EST, Dr. Amanda Phalin will be joining Dr. Kayser Enneking for her Weekly Webinar. Dr. Phalin, an economics expert, will discuss the COVID economy in Florida and beyond.

Wednesday Webinar with Amanda Phalin discusses COVID economy in Florida and beyond

Kayser Enneking Wednesday Webinar
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Squeezing the Orange of Social Science hosts Professor Dan Cable and comedian Akin Omobitan are joined by author and leadership mentor, Terence Mauri. Together, the trio squeeze a research paper by Warrington faculty Klodiana Lanaj and Amir Erez with alumnus Trevor Foulk that scientifically finds measurable methods by which leaders can better harness their energy and be more influential at work.

How self-reflection energizes leaders

Squeezing the Orange of Social Science

Cordell Eminent Scholar Chair Jay Ritter shares research on how much money recent IPOs have left on the table.

IPOs are soaring. What that means for the broader market.

New cars parked in a row.

Cordell Eminent Scholar Chair Jay Ritter discusses how patient investors in Hertz may ultimately profit, but they are putting themselves in a risky situation.

Bankrupt Hertz is one of the market's hottest stocks. That's a bad sign.

CBS News

Cordell Eminent Scholar Chair Jay Ritter shares his perspective about the potential of an Airbnb IPO.

Will Airbnb flip the initial public offering playbook yet again?

The exterior facade of a generic small business

Ken and Linda McGurn Professor Dr. David Ling explains the implications of the nearly half of commercial retail rents that were not paid in April and May with The Washington Post and The Daily Mail.

The next big problem for the economy: Businesses can’t pay their rent

The Washington Post

Gap is being sued by mall group for refusing to pay $65.9 million rent for 390 of its stores - and nearly half of American retailers didn't pay up in April and May

The Daily Mail

Cordell Eminent Scholar Chair Jay Ritter speaks with the Wall Street Journal about the differences between public and private markets.

When Your Lookalike Funds Don’t Act Alike

The Wall Street Journal
Sen. John Kennedy (R., La.), who co-wrote the legislation, said the goal ‘is for China to play by the rules’ and that the rule change would aid U.S. investors. PHOTO: STEFANI REYNOLDS/BLOOMBERG NEWS

Data collected by Cordell Eminent Scholar Chair Jay Ritter informs this story about Chinese companies potentially being forced to give up their listing on American stock exchanges due to new Senate-approved legislation.

Chinese Companies Could Be Forced to Give Up U.S. Listings Under Senate Bill

The Wall Street Journal
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See what research insights from Cordell Eminent Scholar Chair Jay Ritter say about how the online used-car seller’s IPO might fare.

Online Car Seller Vroom Files Confidentially for IPO

The Wall Street Journal