Warrington in the News Articles: page 41

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.

A waiter holding a tray in a busy outside cafe

Is firing someone for rudeness extreme? W.A. McGriff III Professor of Management Dr. Amir Erez investigates.

Fired French waiter isn’t the only rude person around. Can meanness kill?

Chicago Tribune
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Director of the Public Utility Research Center Dr. Mark Jamison offers insight as to what can be done to help social media platforms regain user trust in the era of #deletefacebook.

Political usage of Facebook data is old hat, but still creates problems

American Enterprise Institute

Five things Facebook needs to know about platform economics

American Enterprise Institute

Five questions Facebook should ask

American Enterprise Institute
Dropbox logo over a screen with red and green numbers

Joe B. Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter weighs in on the prospects for Dropbox’s IPO.

Will Dropbox be the unicorn that proves itself?

Wharton School
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Dr. Ted Kury has studied taxes and energy as well as how the government leverages what it spends on infrastructure through public-private partnerships.

Why Trump may usher in the biggest gas tax hike ever

The Conversation
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Director of the Public Utility Research Center Mark Jamison and alumna Palveshey Weber discuss Bitcoin’s rise and its useful place in the economy.

Rumors of Bitcoin’s death are greatly exaggerated

Real Clear Markets
Cubes of salted caramel

Russell Berrie Foundation Eminent Scholar and Professor of Marketing Chris Janiszewski and Warrington alumna Dr. Cammy Crolic’s research breaks down the scientific reason why you crave salted caramel.

Why you can’t stop eating salted caramel, according to science

The Independent
Michael Morris

Lisa Etheridge Professor of Entrepreneurship Michael Morris writes a special to The Gainesville Sun about how entrepreneurship empowers people and can help reduce poverty in the local community.

Michael H. Morris: Entrepreneurship can reduce poverty in Gainesville

The Gainesville Sun
Four iPhones lined up with a photo of Aner Sela on the screen of the last one

Assistant Professor of Marketing Aner Sela’s research on comparison neglect shows that few people actually compare features on smart phones unless they are prompted to so do.

Don’t Be Surprised If Apple’s iPhone X Doesn’t Make You Happier

Power pole with blue sky and clouds in the background

Dr. Ted Kury observes that installing power lines underground to prevent outages during hurricanes may not be the magic bullet many are seeking.

After Irma, Florida prepares for days - and maybe weeks - without power

The Washington Post

What challenges do utilities face in restoring service after storms like Irma?


Post-Irma, why not bury all power lines?

Public Broadcasting Atlanta

Half of Irma's power outages restored, but lights still out for 3.3 million Florida homes

The Tampa Bay Times

Would millions in Irma's path still have power if the lines were underground?

The Miami Herald

For utilities, buried lines no 'panacea' to avoid outages

E&E News
Jay R. Ritter

Joe B. Cordell Eminent Scholar Dr. Jay Ritter appeared on Bloomberg TV to discuss Uber’s $62.5 billion valuation.

Uber Valuation Put at $62.5 Billion After a New Investment Round

The New York Times