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South Florida Business Journal – October 30, 2014 – An article about funding received by the Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER), housed at the School, included quotes from Gene Anderson, the School’s dean, who noted that the grant “will enable us to develop and carry out programs that enhance the international perspective of our students, faculty, and wider business community while helping to achieve the CIBER goal of strengthening U.S. competitiveness.” Article

Miami Herald, October 29, 2014 – An article about funding received by the Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER), housed at the School, noted that this CIBER was among just 17 nationwide to receive the grant this year. Article

The Wall Street Journal – October 28, 2014 - In the newspaper’s “The Experts” report, Robert Plant, associate professor of computer information systems, wonders why we have yet to create an efficient virtual personal assistant to respond to email, which he writes, is a productivity killer. Article

Investment News - October 27, 2014 – The leading news outlet for financial advisors republished an article, first published in by Bloomberg BusinessWeek, which highlighted the School’s new Miami Executive MBA for Artists and Athletes program. Article

The Miami Herald – October 26, 2014 – An article about allegations that some Florida insurers are discriminating against people with HIV by charging “inordinately high” rates for HIV medication on the Affordable Care Act insurance exchanges included quotes from Steve Ullmann, director of the School’s programs in health sector management and policy, who noted that pushing more costs onto patients, presents a moral dilemma. “It’s one thing if you’re dealing with an elective pharmaceutical, but it’s another where you’re looking at drugs and treatment plans that affect one’s ability to sustain quality of life,” he said. The article was also published in the Tampa Bay Times. Article

Bloomberg BusinessWeek – October 23, 2014 – In an article about the bankruptcy of former Boston Celtics player Antoine Walker and other athletes who have faced financial distress, Anuj Mehrotra, vice dean and professor management science, explained that this is one of the reasons the School of Business will be launching an Executive MBA program designed for athletes. “We want them to see that they are able to succeed beyond athletics after they retire,” he noted. Article

Miami Today – October 23, 2014 – The newspaper published an article about the School’s new Miami Executive MBA for Artists and Athletes in the front-page FYI column. Article

Bloomberg Business
Week – October 13, 2014 -
An article focused on the School Bermont/Carlin Scholars program, in which undergraduate finance students travel to New York City each year to visit investment, commercial and universal banks to learn about careers on Wall Street. Article

América
Economía – September 25, 2014 - The leading Latin American business magazine published an article profiling the first class in the School’s Miami Executive MBA for the Americas program. Article

Miami Herald – September 25, 2014 - An article about plans by a health care organization, well known to Latin Americans, to open clinics in South Florida and the appeal among Hispanics, included insight from Steve Ullmann, director of the School’s programs in health sector management and policy, who noted that there are studies “that indicate when patients are culturally comfortable with their providers that outcomes become significantly better.” Article

Miami Herald – September 19, 2014 – An article about the lack of transparency in the reporting of health care costs included quotes from Steve Ullmann, director of the School’s programs in health sector management and policy, who noted that “even when you have numbers, it’s difficult to get transparency — transparency to really see what the numbers mean.” Article

Miami Herald – September 16, 2014 – An article about privacy issues raised in the wake of the NFL’s handling of Baltimore Ravens’ running back Ray Rice’s domestic troubles included quotes from Anita Cava, professor of business law, who noted that “There are no secrets. That is the reality of our viral world, where everyone has a recording device and camera at their fingertips.” Article

Miami Today – September 11, 2014 – The newspaper published an article about an economic impact study that will be conducted by five of the School’s MBA students who will provide implementation and design recommendations to attract “green-space-friendly” commercial development along US 1. The article included quotes from Andrea Heuson, professor of finance, who noted that “Our students will participate in a change-making initiative for the community.” Article

Miami Herald – August 25, 2014 – An article about Condo.com, the real estate website, included insight from Arun Sharma, professor of marketing, who noted that a domain can be a branding tool and traffic driver as long it drives the right traffic to your business. Article

Hispanic Business – August 20, 2014 – The publication’s annual “Diversity Report,” named the School as the nation’s #8 business school for Hispanic students, noting that “The schools on our lists are well-rounded and have made notable efforts to engage the Hispanic community.” Article

South Florida Hospital News – August 1, 2014 – The newspaper published an article about a grand prize winning team in the School’s annual Business Plan Competition and their venture, which aims to reduce hospitalizations of Medicare patients with heart failure. Article

América Economía – July 22, 2014 – The leading Latin American business magazine published an article about Spanish-language MBA programs, noting that the School offers a one-of-a-kind Spanish language Global Executive MBA program, as well as The Miami Executive MBA for the Americas program, both of which target Latin American executives. The article included quotes from Anuj Mehrotra, vice dean for graduate business programs, and Susanna Alvarez, director of the School’s entrepreneurship programs. Article

WLRN Radio – July 22, 2014 – A segment about the court ruling that struck down federal subsidies for those getting insurance purchasing insurance through the Affordable Care Act’s federal exchanges included quotes from Steve Ullmann, director of the School’s Center for Health Sector Management and Policy, who noted that "Congress did intend that people have access to insurance to provide comprehensive insurance through the country to move toward universal health care coverage." The segment also aired on WGCU Radio in Fort Myers. Listen

Miami Herald – July 22, 2014 – An article about the court ruling that struck down federal subsidies for those getting insurance purchasing insurance through the Affordable Care Act’s federal exchanges included quotes from Steve Ullmann, director of the School’s Center for Health Sector Management and Policy, who noted if fewer Americans get insurance, that will “drive up costs for insurers’’ and “that drives up premiums.’’ The article was also published by the Bradenton Herald and InsuranceNewsNet. Article

América Economía – July 17, 2014 – An article in the leading Latin American business magazine about the increasing need for physicians to have business knowledge and skills cited the School’s Executive MBA in Health Sector Management programs, as source for these skills. The article included quotes from Steve Ullmann, director of the School’s Center for Health Sector Management and Policy. Article

Harvard Business Review – July 16, 2014 – In a blog article, Robert Plant, associate professor of information systems, wrote that IT leaders are becoming increasingly appreciated for their business knowledge and will become “fully integrated into the core strategic work of the firm, the business itself.” Article

Forbes July 11, 2014 – An online article about Facebook’s recent emotional experiment with users included insight from Juliano Laran, associate professor of marketing, who noted that this was an example of a “priming effect” which he studies in his research. Article

Forbes – July 1, 2014 – An online article focused on research by Claudia Townsend, an assistant professor of marketing, which found exposure to attractive objects makes people more open to financial risk-taking. The article included a Q&A with Townsend, who noted that “our findings are likely most relevant in situations where consumers might have a natural inclination to doubt the marketer or perceive purchase as risky.” Article

América Economía - June 24, 2014 – The leading Latin American business magazine published an article about research by Claudia Townsend, assistant professor marketing, which found that people are more likely to take financial risks when they are exposed to attractive objects, compared to when they are not. Article

WLRN Radio - June 16, 2014 – Jeffrey Weinstock, a marketing lecturer, was quoted in a segment about free cash being hidden by a couple in South Florida then retrieved by strangers, and the impact it is having on social media. Listen

Universia Knowledge@Wharton June 10, 2014 – An article about Miami’s vital role in the economies of Latin America, published by the Spanish and Portuguese language research portal, included insight from Joseph Ganitsky, a research professor and director of UM’s Center for International Business Education and Research. Article

Miami Herald – June 9, 2014 – An article about financial hurdles faced by those pursuing careers as physicians included insight from Steve Ullmann, director of the School’s Center for Health Sector Management and Policy, who noted that those who set up their own practices are running their own businesses which “can be overwhelming for physicians.” Article

The Wall Street Journal – June 6, 2014 - In the newspaper’s “The Experts” report, Robert Plant, associate professor of computer information systems, analyzed industry robotics and how current technologies “are being replaced by more intelligent, agile and adaptive robotic systems.” Article

The Wall Street Journal – June 4, 2014 - In the newspaper’s “The Experts” report, Robert Plant, associate professor of computer information systems, wrote that U.S. companies are considering keeping their manufacturing at home as an alternative sourcing model to sending work overseas, a model “that is increasingly becoming a viable and attractive option for many firms.” Article

Latin Trade – June 2014 – An article in the Latin American business magazine about executive education and MBA programs for Latin Americans included insight from Anuj Mehrotra, vice dean for graduate business programs and executive education, who discussed the School’s launch of The Miami MBA for the Americas program. Article

Wallet Hub - May 28, 2014 – An article about the best and worst states for nurses published by the financial news site include insight about the profession from Steve Ullmann, director of the School’s Center for Health Sector Management and Policy. Article

China People’s Daily
– May 26, 2014 –
The Chinese daily newspaper published an article authored by Robert Plant, associate professor of computer information systems, who wrote that the nearly-a-decade old notion among management theorists that “the world is flat” is wrong. Article

The Wall Street Journal – May 13, 2014 - In the newspaper’s “The Experts” report, Robert Plant, associate professor of computer information systems, addressed the current debate over Internet traffic volume, writing that “the FCC’s commissioners should put their efforts into facilitating the buildout of new infrastructure.” Article

The Wall Street JournalMay 13, 2014 - In the newspaper’s “The Experts” report, Robert Plant, associate professor of computer information systems, wrote about the importance of data in today’s business environment, stressing that “Data leadership is as valuable in the new corporate leadership model as strategic or financial acumen.” Article

The Wall Street Journal – May 12, 2014 - In the newspaper’s “The Experts” report, Robert Plant, associate professor of computer information systems, wrote about the changing workplace and Millennials, noting that “technology will not make offices obsolete, but rather it will help redefine their role from that of command and control centers to hubs facilitating task co-coordination.” Article

CNN – May 8, 2014 – An article about new trends in food packaging cited Milica Mormann, a research assistant professor, and her research that explains how product packaging attracts a shopper’s attention and how it influences the shopper’s decision to buy a certain product or brand. The article quoted Morman who noted that “the big idea is that perceptual processes happen in the brain in parallel with economic value computations and thus influence how economic decisions are made.” Article

América Economía – May 6, 2014 – Arun Sharma, professor of marketing, provided insight about customer loyalty programs in an article published by the leading Latin America business magazine. Article

Financial Times – May 1, 2014 - The School’s reverse mentoring program with Citi was featured in a article that included quotes and observations from MBA mentor Gabriel Perez and Dean Gene Anderson, who noted that “We’re trying to get more experiential learning and relevance into the curriculum at all levels.” Article

The Wall Street Journal – April 30, 2014 – In the newspaper’s “The Experts” blog, Robert Plant, associate professor of computer information systems, argues against the nearly-a-decade old notion among management theorists that “the world is flat,” writing that “the world is as lumpy as ever.” Article

The Wall Street Journal – April 29, 2014 – In the newspaper's “The Experts” blog, Robert Plant, associate professor of computer information systems, lauds George David, the former chairman and CEO of United Technologies Corp. as a leadership role model. Article

The Wall Street Journal – April 28, 2014 - In the newspaper's “The Experts” blog, Robert Plant, associate professor of computer information systems, wrote about the importance of firms to be led by those who have “great and varied learning over complex bodies of knowledge,” rather than those with “functional experts in single fields.” Article

Miami Herald – April 19, 2014 – The paper's Starting Gate blog featured an article about the School’s Entrepreneurship Consulting Program, the capstone project for entrepreneurship majors. The article included quotes from students and Dean Anderson who noted that “getting our students out into the world, where you can see how learning in the classroom applies, is important.” Article

Miami Herald – April 18, 2014 – An article about a report that shows Medicare spends more on office visits in South Florida than anywhere else in the U.S. included quotes from Steve Ullmann, director of the School’s Center for Health Sector Management and Policy. Article

América Economía – April 15, 2014 –  The leading Latin American business magazine published an article about reverse mentoring authored by Terri Scandura, a professor of management at the School. Article

Sun-Sentinel – April 13, 2014 – An article about the shortage of medical residency programs in South Florida making it difficult to meet the region's need for more new doctors included insight from Steve Ullmann, director of the School’s Center for Health Sector Management and Policy. Article

NPR – April 11, 2014 –
An "All Things Considered" segment about the potential for discrimination in hiring when employers find information about candidates through social media included insight from Patricia Abril, associate professor of business law, who noted that "This is a really gray area right now." Transcript / Audio

Miami Herald – April 10, 2014 – An article about a report revealing government payments made to physicians and other health care providers who treat Medicare patients included quotes from Steve Ullmann, director of the School’s Center for Health Sector Management and Policy, who noted when patients have pricing information,“that’s when you can make appropriate choices.’’ Article

Associated Press – April 9, 2014 – An article about a Colombian coffee company, Juan Valdez Café, expanding with shops in Florida included quotes from Joseph Ganitsky, a research professor of management, who noted that the company will face stiff competition from Starbucks. The article was published by more than a dozen publications including Univision.com, El Nuevo Herald, Milenio (Mexico), Periodiquito (Venezuela), 20 minutos (Spain), El Pais (Colombia), Yahoo! Finanzas, América TeVé, Metro (Puerto Rico), MSN Latino, Entorno Intelegente (Venezuela), and Noticiero Mundial.

Miami Herald - April 4, 2014 - The Starting Gate blog published an article about the University of Miami’s Business Plan Competition hosted by the School. The post included photos and the names of the winners in each of the categories. Article

WLRN Radio – March 24, 2014 – Derick Davis, an assistant professor of marketing, offered insight during The Sunshine Economy program in a segment about South Florida’s growing microbrewery industry. Listen (25:00)

The Wall Street Journal
– March 12, 2014 -
In “The Experts” column, Robert Plant, associate professor of computer information systems, wrote about the five technology issues that he believes CEOs should worry about: security, the cloud, data, human capital, and gaining visibility into the future of technology. Article

BBC – March 12, 2014 – The School’s reverse mentoring program with Citi was featured in a column that included quotes and observations from MBA mentor Marc Schaevitz. Article

The Wall Street Journal – March 11, 2014 – In “The Experts” column, Robert Plant, associate professor of computer information systems, outlined the issues surrounding the creation of new C-Suite positions at firms. Article

América Economía – March 10, 2014 –
The School’s director of entrepreneurship programs, Susy Alvarez, was quoted throughout and article about opportunities for Latin American entrepreneurs in South Florid and the U.S. in Latin America’s leading business magazine. Article

Florida Trend – March 1, 2014 – Marketing lecturer Jeffrey Weinstock was profiled in a special section about MBA program professors who bring their real-world business experience into the classroom to enhance learning.

Miami Herald – February 24, 2014 – An front page Sunday edition article about hospital fees included comments from the CEO of Mercy, which owns 33 hospitals, noting that his comments came during “a health care industry conference hosted by the University of Miami’s School of Business.” Article

MarketWatch February 19, 2013 – The national online business news site published an article about charting stock performance and price patterns, which noted that “One of the first — and most fascinating — studies in this regard was conducted in the 1990s by Alok Kumar, the School’s Gabelli Asset Management Professor of Finance, and two colleagues. Article

GlobeSt.com February 14, 2014 – The national real estate industry news site published an article about the Real Estate Impact Conference that was hosted by the School of Business. Article

The Miami Herald February 14, 2014 – An article included thoughts and comments on real estate from leading local and national experts and noted that they were speaking at the Real Estate Impact Conference hosting by the School. Article

WLRN Radio The radio station aired a segment about the Real Estate Impact Conference hosted by the school, which noted that “leaders in the real estate world in South Florida and beyond shared their perspectives from inside the market” at the event.

CNBC Television – February 13, 2014 – The national business television network aired an interview with real developer Jorge Perez, which was conducted live from the Real Estate Impact Conference. The anchor noted that Perez was speaking at the conference. Watch Clip 1 Watch Clip 2

WLRN Radio – January 27, 2013 – Douglas Emery, finance chairman, was among three experts who participated in a roundtable discussion about bitcoin on “The Sunshine Economy” program.

The Miami Herald – January 24, 2013 – The newspaper’s “Florida Sports Buzz” column noted that Kobe Bryant sat in on a marketing class at the School. The column included quotes from Jeffrey Weinstock, the marketing lecturer, who was teaching the class. Article

The Miami Herald – January 16, 2014 – The newspaper published an article about the conference, The Business of Health Care: Bending the Cost Curve, hosted by the School. The article included quotes from Steve Ullmann, director of the School’s Center for Health Sector Management and Policy, which organized the conference. Article

New York Post - January 15, 2014 – The newspaper’s real estate columnist noted that the first Witkoff scholarships had been awarded for the School’s Accelerated MBA in Real Estate program. Article

The Miami Herald – January 13, 2013 – An article about the number of people who  have signed up for health insurance through the exchanges set up through the Affordable Care Act included quotes from Steve Ullmann, director of the School’s Center for Health Sector Management and Policy. Article

Real Estate Weekly – January 7, 2013 – The New York area real estate industry magazine published an article about the first Witkoff scholarships awarded to students in the School’s Accelerated MBA in Real Estate program. Article

The Miami Herald – January 7, 2014 – An article published on the paper’s Starting Gate blog showcased the School’s partnership with technology firm CareCloud, which sponsored 100 students to attend the annual health care impact conference sponsored by the School. Article

Al Jazeera America – December 30, 2013 – The national television cable television station aired a news segment about Florida’s pollution growth and included insight from Andrea Heuson, a professor of finance, who pointed to the state’s attractive tax laws as one reason for its attractiveness. Video

U.S. News & World Report – December 19, 2013 – An article about MBA students working in teams as part of the curriculum included a number of quotes from Dean Gene Anderson, who noted that “In most projects, things change and you learn things as you go along and you have to adapt, whether it's with the time you're going to put into things, or what your role is.” Article

Miami Today – December 19 – The newspaper published a brief on research by Claudia Townsend, an assistant professor of marketing, which found that although online shoppers enjoy seeing images of products, when the number of choices is high, visuals become confusing and shoppers are less likely to make a purchase than they would be if the options were presented in text.

The Wall Street Journal – December 18, 2013 – An article about firms’ efforts to train their senior leaders on the use of technology noted students from the School of Business “are mentoring executives at Citigroup Inc.’s Latin American unit on the lives and digital habits of millennials.” The article included observations from senior Ana Fernanda Ruiz. Article

Big Data Republic – December 18, 2013 - In a blog post, Robert Plant, an associate professor of computer information systems, looked back on big data in 2013 noting that it “has been a great year for big data, a coming of age in some respects” and that “2014 looks to be an even more transformative year…” Article

Knowledge@Wharton – December 17, 2013 – Research by Claudia Townsend, an assistant professor of marketing, which found that although online shoppers enjoy seeing images of products, when the number of choices is high, visuals become confusing and shoppers are less likely to make a purchase than they would be if the options were presented in text, was featured in an article. Article

América Economía – December 16, 2013 – The leading Latin American business publication featured a question and answer with A. “Parsu” Parasuraman, professor of marketing and holder of the James W. McLamore Chair in Marketing, about customer service. Article

CBS Television – December 16, 2013 – Steven Ullmann, director of the School’s Center for Health Sector Management and Policy, appeared on a three minute segment about the Affordable Care Act and how consumers should select a health insurance plan. The segment was posted on the websites of CBS TV affiliates in New York City, Chicago and Miami. Video

CBS Television – December 11, 2013 – Steven Ullmann, director of the School’s Center for Health Sector Management and Policy, appeared on a three minute segment about the Affordable Care Act and how it has and will change the U.S. health care system. The segment was posted on the websites of CBS TV affiliates in New York City, Chicago and Miami. Video

Harvard Business Review – December 4, 2013 – The “Daily Stat” blog included an article on research by Claudia Townsend, an assistant professor of marketing, that found that although online shoppers enjoy seeing images of products, when the number of choices is high, visuals become confusing and shoppers are less likely to make a purchase than they would be if the options were presented in text. Article

Harvard Business Review China – December, 2013 – The magazine published an article about 3D technologies authored by Robert Plant, an associate professor of computer information systems. Article

América Economía – December 2013 – The School of Business was the only U.S. business school to be ranked on the he leading Latin American business publication’s annual ranking of the world’s 20 best executive education programs for Latin America. Article

The Miami Herald – December 1, 2013 – Andrea Heuson, a professor of finance, was quoted in an article about the impact of Art Basel Miami Beach, the well-known art fair, has had on South Florida’s economy and cultural scene. Article

National Public Radio – November 30, 2013 – In an interview, Robert Plant, an associate professor of computer information systems, discussed how sports team are using big data to make decisions to increase their chances of coming out on top. Listen

The Miami Herald – November 31, 2013 – The paper’s Starting Gate blog posted an article about a presentation given at the School Nov. 20 by social entrepreneur Jack Sim. Article

The Wall Street Journal – November 27, 2013 – In “The Experts” column, Robert Plant, an associate professor of computer information systems, explained why the need to improve the U.S business climate “is not just an economic imperative but an ethical one.” Article

The Wall Street Journal – November 25, 2013 – In “The Experts” column, Robert Plant, an associate professor of computer information systems, wrote that firms should clearly define their firm’s culture to help achieve “higher levels of performance with their most valuable assets, their human capital.” Article

The Miami Herald – November 23, 2013 – The newspaper’s Starting Gate blog published an article about a panel session on family businesses, which was held at the School as part of Global Entrepreneurship Week. Article

América Economía – November 19, 2013 – The leading Latin American business publication quoted David Kelly, a professor of economics, in an article about how firm’s prepare for natural disasters. Article

The Wall Street Journal – November 14, 2013 – An article about Twitter opening up “promoted tweets” advertising to small businesses included quotes from Arun Sharma, a professor of marketing, who noted that this could be lucrative for Twitter because small companies “don’t have sophisticated marketing programs, they don’t have the manpower to do marketing, so if someone can come in from the outside to help them, it can be very profitable.” Article

The Miami Herald – November 13, 2013 – The newspaper’s FLHealthWatch blog featured an article about the conference “The Business of Health Care: Bending the Cost Curve,”  which will be hosted by the School in January. Article

América Economía – November 4, 2013 – Jeffrey Weinstock, a marketing lecturer, offered insight about doing business globally in a lengthy question and answer article published by the leading Latin American magazine. Article

Latin Trade – November 1, 2013 – An article about executive education included information about the School’s new Miami Executive MBA for the Americas program. The article noted that the program would be “breaking ground with the tradition of focusing on functional areas” and included a quote from Dean Gene Anderson who said the program is designed for those with “a strong professional trajectory.”

América Economía –October 31, 2013 – An article about mentoring in the leading Latin American business magazine included information about the School’s reverse mentoring program with Citi in which 15 students are paired with senior Citi executives for six months to help Citi enhance its digital media strategies. The article included quotes from Dean Gene Anderson and an undergraduate student mentor, Jeffrey Chan. Article

Miami Today – October 31, 2013 – A front page brief noted that the School has joined the Global Business School Network, a non-profit organization that works to improve management education in the developing world. Article

interest.com – October 29, 2013 – Andrea Heuson, a professor of finance, provided analysis in an article about the financial advice website’s annual Home Affordability Study, which found affordability down across the board. Article

Caribbean Business – October 24, 2013 – The leading Puerto Rico business publication featured an article about the School teaming up with the Jose Jaime Pierluisi Foundation to provide scholarships for the UM Executive MBA program in Puerto Rico. The article included quotes from Dean Anderson who noted that “We are moving on many different fronts in Latin America.” Article

The Wall Street Journal – October 23, 2013 – In a post on the Journal’s “The Experts” blog, Robert Plant, an associate professor of computer information systems, offers insight into whether companies should be allowed to profit by selling their customers’ data. Article

Financial Times – October 21, 2013 – Information about the School’s Executive MBA programs, including the Global Executive MBA program and planned Miami Executive MBA for the Americas program were featured prominently in an article about Miami being a “hotspot” for such programs. The article, published as part of the newspaper’s annual ranking of the world’s best Executive MBA programs, included quotes from Dean Anderson and students Abraham Chrerem Mizrahi and Eric Anderson. Article

The Wall Street Journal – October 21, 2013 – In “The Experts” column, Robert Plant, an associate professor of computer information systems, wrote that the number one priority for Microsoft’s next leader should be to change its culture and to do that he suggested that the CEO take the company private. “This move would change the entirety of the technology landscape and give the new leader the freedom to act without Wall Street’s oversight,” Plant wrote. Article

The Wall Street Journal – October 11, 2013 - Robert Plant, an associate professor of computer information systems, explored the idea of crisis management simulations in the classroom in "The Experts" blog. Article

WLRN Radio – October 11, 2013 – The station’s “Friday Business Report” featured a segment about the School’s reverse mentoring program with Citi in which 15 students are paired with senior Citi executives for six months to help Citi enhance its digital media strategies. The segment included comments from MBA student Gabriel Perez and his mentor, Citi executive Montserrat Garrido. Listen

The Miami Herald – October 2, 2013 – The newspaper’s “Work/Life Balancing Act” column focused on the School’s reverse mentoring program with Citi in which 15 students are paired with senior Citi executives for six months to help Citi enhance its digital media strategies. The article included a photo of and quotes from senior Magali Ferber and her Citi mentor Adrian Cristiani. The article was republished in nearly a dozen newspapers across the U.S. and Canada. Article

San Francisco Chronicle – September 28, 2013 – The newspaper published an article, first published in a Bloomberg BusinessWeek column, about the School’s reverse mentoring program with Citi in which 15 students are paired with senior Citi executives for six months to help Citi enhance its digital media strategies. Article

America Economia – September 27, 2013 – The leading Latin American business magazine published an article about the School’s new reverse mentoring program with Citi. Article

Summa – September 26, 2013 – The leading Central American business magazine published an article an article about the School’s reverse mentoring program with Citi in which 15 students are paired with senior Citi executives for six months to help Citi enhance its digital media strategies. The article included quotes from Dean Gene Anderson. Article

Bloomberg BusinessWeek – September 25 – The publication’s “Getting In” business school section featured an article about the School’s reverse mentoring program with Citi in which 15 students are paired with senior Citi executives for six months to help Citi enhance its digital media strategies. The article included quotes from MBA student Eileen Wende who noted “If anyone knows how to use social media and mobile apps, it’s the Millennial Generation.” Article

CBS 4/WFOR TV – September 25, 2013 - A segment on the Affordable Care Act featured Steve Ullmann, director of the School's programs in health sector management and policy, as an expert explaining what implementation of the health care reform legislation will mean for individuals. Ullmann advised people “to look at this from their own vantage point and utilize the services to do what is best for them as we go through this transition period.” Video

Miami Today – September 19, 2013 – The newspaper published a lengthy article about the School’s Center for Health Sector Management and Policy, which included information about its conferences focusing on the business of health care and research projects. The article quoted Steven Ullmann, the director of the center, who noted that “you can’t talk about business without talking about health care, and vice versa.”

NBC6/WTVJ-TV  – September 18, 2013 - A segment about the Affordable Care Act's impact on current and future physicians featured comments from an interview with Steven Ullmann, the director of the School’s programs in health sector management and policy, who noted that "the doctor coming out [of medical school] today is facing a system that is much more business focused. The realization is that it is business." Video/Transcript

Big Data Republic – September 18, 2013 – In a blog post, Robert Plant, an associate professor of computer information systems, wrote that “for many organizations, the gap between a conceptual understanding of big data to the possession of a capability for execution is limited by their desire to embrace the challenge of managing the process.” Article

Business Insider – September 17, 2013 – An article noted that Karen Turner, a business law lecturer, was named among the top 25 university professors by RateMyProfessors.com on its annual list. The article included comments from students who noted that Turner “genuinely cares about students and makes sure students are immersed in the subjects.” Article

The Wall Street Journal – September 16, 2013 –Robert Plant, an associate professor of computer information systems, offered insight on whether companies spend too much time searching for groundbreaking innovations at the expense of incremental advances as part of “The Experts” in a special Journal Report. Article

América Economía – September 8, 2013 – The leading Latin American business magazine published a lengthy question and answer piece about the School’s new Miami Executive MBA for the Americas program, based on an interview with Dean Gene Anderson. Article

Harvard Business Review – August 15, 2013 - In a regular blog post, Robert Plant, an associate professor of computer information systems, wrote that IT-related problems at firms are rooted in leadership failings – that the “people in the C-suite don't understand IT problems, don't provide adequate resources to solve them, and don't approach the issues as members of unified technology-literate teams.” Article

Miami Today - August 15, 2013 - The newspaper published an article about the School's New Miami Executive MBA for the Americas program in its "The Insider" column. The article quoted Dean Gene Anderson, who noted that the program "will be structured around themes relevevant to high-potential executives, in particular, those who want to excel in the high-growth markets of the Americas..."

América Economía -
August 14, 2013 – Information about the School’s new Miami Executive MBA for the Americas program was reported in an article published by the magazine, one of Latin America’s leading business publications. Article

HispanicBusiness August 13, 2013 – An article about the School’s new Miami Executive MBA for the Americas program noted that the program will “fine-tune executives’ business chops when it comes to operating in high-growth markets, particularly in the Americas.” Article

The Miami Herald – August 12, 2013 – An article reported on the School’s new Miami Executive MBA for the Americas program, noting that the program is "geared at executives throughout the Americas." Article

Sun-Sentinel
– August 11, 2013 – A special Sunday feature section about online courses in higher learning included information about the School’s launching in August 2014 of The Miami Executive MBA for the Americas program. The article included quotes from Dean Gene Anderson who noted that “The program’s sessions will focus on the unique business and leadership issues faced by participants and their organizations.”  Three other articles in the special section included insight about online education from Anuj Mehrotra, vice dean for graduate business programs.

Time – August 7, 2013 – An article about big data collected by marketers included insight from Robert Plant, an associate professor of computer information systems, who noted that when people download mobile apps, data is often collected. “It could be a horoscope or something, but you don’t know what it’s really doing in the background,” Plant said. Article

Harvard Business Review Germany – August 7, 2013 - In a blog post, Robert Plant, an associate professor of computer information systems, offered advice to the many companies that he said “annoy their customers with poor service,” which is often "due to the asymmetry of power between companies and consumers.” Article

Big Data Republic – August 7, 2013 - In a blog post, Robert Plant, associate professor of computer information systems, explored the ethical issues that arise with increased collection of data about consumers. Article

The Miami Herald – August 1, 2013 – An article in the newspaper’s FL HealthWatch blog reported that Yongtau Guan, a professor of management science, had received a $453,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health to study potential links between heavy automobile traffic and cancer risk. Article

Big Data RepublicJuly 24, 2013 – In a blog post, Robert Plant, an associate professor of computer information systems, weighed in on the debate over privacy in the wake of the leaks revealing the National Security Agency's collection of phone records. Article

The Wall Street Journal – July 23, 2013 – Robert Plant, an associate professor of computer information systems, as part of an exclusive group of thought leaders offering insight in “The Experts ” report, advised companies to focus on personalizing their products and services for their consumers in order to be more successful. Article

América Economía – July 18, 2013 – An article in the leading Latin American business magazine about the growth of network marketing of products for such companies as Avon, Amway and Natura in new markets  included quotes from Arun Sharma, a professor of marketing. Article

The New York Times – July 14, 2013 – An article about shoppers being tracked by retailers using video surveillance and shoppers’ cell phone signals included insight from Robert Plant, an associate professor of computer information systems, who noted that “The idea that you’re being stalked in a store is, I think, a bit creepy, as opposed to it’s only a cookie – they don’t really know who I am.” Article

Plant's comments from the article were also published by more than a dozen other media including CNBC, Marketwatch, the Houston Chronicle and UPI.

Compliance Week – June 25, 2013 – An article about how much information firms should disclose about the personal lives of their CEOs included insight from Ann Olazabal, vice dean and professor of business law, who noted that companies should not be required by law to disclose such information. The article pointed to a paper Olazabal co-authored  with Patricia Abril, an associate professor of business law at the School.

The Wall Street Journal – June 25, 2013 –Robert Plant, an associate professor of computer information systems, discussed the top global risks firms should prepare for as part of an exclusive group of thought leaders offering insight in “The Experts,” a special Journal Report. Article

The Wall Street Journal – June 12, 2013 - Robert Plant, an associate professor of computer information systems, was tapped by The Wall Street Journal as part of an exclusive group of thought leaders offering insight about unleashing innovation in “The Experts,” a special Journal Report. Article

Harvard Business Review – June 4, 2013 – In a blog post, Robert Plant, associate professor of computer information systems, writes about the high value of the CSO (chief security officer) to firms, noting that the CSO “is arguably a more valuable asset than the CFO because breaches cost a lot of money.” Article

Dallas Morning News – June 1, 2013 – Arun Sharma, a professor of marketing, was quoted in an article that revealed that big rum companies, in an effort to appeal to the mass market, do not focus on marketing their product based on where it is produced. The article was first published by the Associated Press in April. Article

New Indian Express - May 20, 2013 – The Indian newspaper published an article written by one of the School’s MBA students, Anxshy Kurien, about her experience in the MBA program and living in Miami. Article

The Miami Herald – May 15, 2013 – An article about hospital prices included quotes from Steve Ullmann, director of the School’s programs in health sector management and policy, who noted that health care reform will lead to changes in the way consumers pay for health insurance coverage. Article

The Wall Street Journal – May 13, 2013 – The newspaper’s MoneyBeat blog featured research by Alok Kumar, the Gabelli Asset Management Professor of Finance and George Korniotis, an assistant professor of finance, which found that companies located in more economically-troubled states provide a greater stock opportunity for investors than companies in other states. The article included quotes from Kumar, who noted that the finding “was surprising because all of behavioral finance theory says there shouldn’t be any predictability.” Article

C-SPAN – May 10, 2013 – A segment on a panel session about privacy, social and policy implications that arise when employers use social media and other publicly available electronic information to gather personal data of potential employees during the hiring process featured comments by Patricia Abril, associate professor of business law, who was a panelist. Video

CBS 4 TV – May 3, 2013 – Claudia Townsend, an assistant professor of marketing, provided insight for a segment investigating the actual value of discounted products offered to consumers. Transcript / Video

South Florida Business Journal
– May 3, 2013 –
The newspaper published an article about the School’s Entrepreneurship Consulting Program in which entrepreneurship majors spend a semester consulting for small businesses. The article quoted Dean Gene Anderson who noted that students need to get “out into the real world to give them a clinical experience – almost like medicine.”

Bloomberg BusinessWeek – May 2, 2013 - The magazine’s online BusinessSchools section featured an article about the School’s Emerging Leaders Internship Program in which MBA students spend part of their time at Bacardi U.S.A. and part of the time at Royal Caribbean Cruises in a single internship. The article included quotes from Irena Katzarkov, one of the first students to participate in the program, and Brian Rice, the CFO of Royal Caribbean and a member of the School’s Board of Overseers. Article


Sun-Sentinel – April 28, 2013 –
The School of Business and its MBA programs were featured in a special MBA section in a number of articles including those on the value of the MBA degree, how applicants can stand out, specialized MBA programs, and experiential learning programs. The articles included quotes from Dean Anderson and Vice Dean Anuj Mehrotra. Two of the School’s MBA alumni who are members of the School’s Board of Overseers, Brian Rice and Michael Misiorski, were also profiled in the special section.

Big Data Republic
– April 24, 2013 –
In a regular blog post, Robert Plant, associate professor of computer information systems, wrote about the proposed federal legislation – the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) – and the discussion it has prompted about privacy issues. Article

Sun-Sentinel
– April 21, 2013 – Steve Ullmann
, director of the School’s programs in health sector management and policy, was quoted in an article about health care workers in Florida pushing the state legislature to accept the Medicaid expansion program offered through the Affordable Care Act. Article

The article was also published by the Huffington Post.

The Miami Herald
– April 20, 2013 –
The newspaper’s “Starting Gate” blog featured a lengthy article about the winners of the 2013 Business Plan Competition, hosted by the School. The article included quotes from Susana Alvarez, interim director of the School’s entrepreneurship programs. Article

Associated Press – April 18, 2013 – Arun Sharma, a professor of marketing, was quoted in an article that revealed that big rum companies, in an effort to appeal to the mass market, do not focus on marketing their product based on where it is produced. Sharma noted that “the brand is more important than where it is produced.” Article

The AP article was published by nearly 70 media outlets including The Washington Post, ABC News.com, NBC News.com, and MSN.com.

Big Data Republic – April 17, 2013 – In a blog post, Robert Plant, associate professor of computer information systems, noted that the IRS, because of its access to information, has one of the most extensive data collections in the world and as a result, the U.S. “government is at the forefront of the big data revolution.” Article

Big Data Republic
– April 10, 2013 –
In a blog post, Robert Plant, associate professor of computer information systems, wrote about the U.S. government’s decommissioning of the world’s 22nd fastest computer because of the cost of power it takes to run it. Article

The Miami Herald – April 8, 2013 – Steve Ullmann,
director of the School’s programs in health sector management and policy, was quoted in an article about accountable care organizations (ACOs) which are pushed in the Affordable Care Act as a way to improve quality and lower costs for Medicare patients. Article

The article was also published by The (Raleigh, NC) News & Observer and The Press of Atlantic City, West Hawaii News, The Malone (New York) Telegram, and the Lodi (California) News-Sentinel.

South Florida Sun-Sentinel
– April 3, 2013 -
An article about the economic impact of expanding Medicaid in Florida including insight from Steven Ullmann, director of the School’s Center for Health Sector Management Policy who noted that the expansion would enable health care providers to hire more workers who could spend more money and boost the economy. Article

The article was also published by Hispanic Business.

Big Data Republic – April 3, 2013 – In a blog post, Robert Plant, associate professor of computer information systems, wrote that the variability in the forecasting of hurricanes should have managers and executives thinking about their big data in context when using it for their own business forecasting. Article

Big Data Republic – March 27, 2013 – In a blog post, Robert Plant, associate professor of computer information systems, wrote about the history of mapping the human genome and why it “marks a new frontier in big data medicine.” Article

Fortune
– March 18, 2013 –
The magazine tapped Andrea Heuson, a finance professor, for insight about what rising mortgage rates will mean for home sales and the economy. Heuson noted that higher rates could “could bring serious purchases back to the market" because those who have been thinking about buying may want to lock in a lower rate. Article

WIOD Radio
– March 18, 2013 - Steven Ullmann
, professor of management and director of the School’s Center for Health Sector Management and Policy, was interviewed live for a segment about increasing costs related to health care reform.

Newsday (New York) – March 15, 2013 – Andrea Heuson, a finance professor was quoted in an article about hurricane Sandy’s impact on home values on Long Island. She compared the situation with what happened after hurricane Andrew hit South Florida, noting that "If you leave, then you give up the opportunity to participate in the recovery.” Article

New India Express
– March 11, 2013 –
An article in one of India’s leading daily newspapers featured a visit by 20 of the School’s MBA students to a school in Kalpakkam, India. The visit was part of a leadership project that the MBA participated in during a study trip to India. Article

C-SPAN
– March 1, 2013 –
The national television network aired the panel session “The Politics, Policy and Federal Budget Implications of Health Care Reform,” which took place during the conference “The Business of Health Care Post-Election,” which was hosted by the School. Video

C-SPAN – March 1, 2013 – The national television network aired the panel session “Health Care Policy Following the Elections and its impact on Health Insurers, Businesses and Individuals,” which took place during the conference “The Business of Health Care Post-Election,” which was hosted by the School. Video

C-SPAN – March 1, 2013 – The national television network aired the panel session “Capitalizing on New Business Opportunities Arising from the Transformation of the U.S. Health Care System,” which took place during the conference “The Business of Health Care Post-Election,” which was hosted by the School. Video

Florida Trend
– March 1, 2013 – Tallys Yunes
, an associate professor of management science, was profiled in a special issue about MBA programs. The article outlined his teaching style and included quotes from Yunes who noted “I encourage students to ask their own what-if kinds of questions and let them think about the answers for a while before I provide them the answer myself.” Article

GlobeSt.com, Feb. 27, 2013 – The widely-recognized national online commercial real estate publication featured an article about the Real Estate Impact Conference hosted by the School of Business and School of Architecture. The article included quotes from Gene Anderson, the School’s dean, who discussed the importance of such conferences for the School’s students. Article

Daily Business Review, Feb. 26, 2013 – The real estate industry newspaper featured an article focusing on comments made by developers Stephen Ross and Jorge Perez during the Real Estate Impact Conference hosted by the School of Business and School of Architecture. Article

Forbes
– Feb. 26, 2013 –
An article featured research by Christopher Cotton, an assistant professor of economics, which found that the gender gap in math skills disappears in math competitions when the game is longer and also when times constraints are removed. Article

The Huffington Post – Feb. 26, 2013 - An article featured research by Christopher Cotton, an assistant professor of economics, which found that the gender gap in math skills disappears in math competitions when the game is longer and also when times constraints are removed. Article

The Miami Herald
- February 22, 2013 –
The newspaper published two articles featuring insight from developer Jorge Perez, speaking at a Real Estate Impact Conference, that was hosted by the School of Business and the School of Architecture. Article One  Article Two

América Economía – February 21, 2012 – An article in Latin America’s leading business magazines about joint business and law degree programs,  included information about the School’s JD/MBA and JD/MBA/LLM programs. The article included quotes from Anuj Mehrotra, vice dean for graduate business programs. Article

Newsweek Pakistan - February 15, 2013 - Research by Juliano Laran, an assistant professor of marketing, and doctoral student Anthony Salerno, which found that people eat more calories when they perceive times to be tough, was featured in an article. The article included several quotes from Laran, who noted that he "specifically found that people were not looking for pleasure, but rather for food items that can keep them fed for longer periods of time.” Article The same article was published by The Daily Beast.

Le Figaro – February 11, 2013 - France’s second largest national daily newspaper published an article on research by Juliano Laran, an assistant professor of marketing, and doctoral student Anthony Salerno, which found that people eat more calories when they perceive times to be tough. Article

The Miami Herald
– February 2, 2013 –
A lengthy article detailed the conference “The Business of Health Care Post-Election,” which was hosted by the School of Business. The article included quotes from the featured speakers as well as from Steven Ullmann, director of the School’s Center for Health Sector Management and Policy, which organized the conference. The article was republished by nearly a dozen other publications nationwide. Article

Nightly Business Report – February 1, 2013 –UM President Donna E. Shalala and former Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle were featured in an interview that was taped during the conference “The Business of Health Care Post-Election,” which was hosted by the School of Business. Video / Transcript

WLRN Radio – February 1, 2013 – A segment featured an interview with Steven Ullmann, director of the School’s Center for Health Sector Management and Policy, about topics to be discussed that day at the conference “The Business of Health Care Post-Election,” which was hosted by the School of Business.

Harvard Business Review
– January 30, 2012 – Robert Plant
, associate professor of computer information systems, in a regular blog post, argued that if people adopt an "Everything is a case study" mindset and look at the world through the Case Method third eye, they can uncover “startling insights.” Article

Huffington Post
– January 27, 2013 –
Research by Juliano Laran, an assistant professor of marketing, and doctoral student Anthony Salerno, which found that people eat more calories when they perceive times to be tough, was featured in an article. The article included a quote from Laran. Article

US News and World Report – January 25, 2013 - Research by Juliano Laran, an assistant professor of marketing, and doctoral student Anthony Salerno, which found that people eat more calories when they perceive times to be tough, was featured in an article. The article included several quotes from Laran. Article

Marketplace Morning Report (NPR) – January 24, 2013 – Andrea Heuson, professor of finance, participated in a roundtable discussion about the South Florida economy. Her comments were featured in two segments that aired on the national radio program. Segment 1   Segment 2

South Florida Business Journal
- January 23, 2013 –
An article featured information about the conference “The Business of Health Care Post-Election,” organized by the School’s Center for Health Sector Management and Policy. The article includes quotes from Steven Ullmann, professor and director of the center. Article

Wall Street Journal, January 22, 2013 – An article in the paper’s “Developments” blog noted that Andrea Heuson was among a select group of analysts who accurately predicted the rise in housing prices in 2012. Article

US News and World Report - January 21, 2013 – An article about business school real estate programs noted that the School recently created a new accelerated MBA program in real estate. Article

Bloomberg BusinessWeek – January 17, 2013 – An article about business school real estate programs noted that the School recently created a new accelerated MBA program in real estate. Article

Prevention – January, 2013 - Research by Juliano Laran, an assistant professor of marketing, and doctoral student Anthony Salerno, which found that people eat more calories when they perceive times to be tough, was featured in an article. The article included several quotes from Salerno. Article

Nightly Business Report (PBS)
– December 19, 2012 - Alok Kumar,
the School’s Gabelli Asset Management Professor of Finance, and Jawad M. Addoum, an assistant professor of finance, appeared on the national television program to discuss the impact of the uncertainty about the fiscal cliff on investor behavior. Transcript / Video

Harvard Business Review – December 7, 2012 – In a regular HBR blog post, Robert Plant, an associate professor of computer information systems, outlines the “dark side” of social media, citing ways in which it can be used as a tool for tracking people, conducting surveillance and spreading propaganda. Article

Hispanic Business
– December 7, 2012 –
An article in the business magazine noted that the School of Business was ranked as the nation’s No. 2 U.S. business school for executive education in Latin America. The ranking was also reported by Hispanically Speaking Business. Article

América Economía - December 6, 2012 - An article about companies taking a political stand through social networks and media campaigns, published in one of Latin America's leading busines magazines, included insight from Jeffrey Weinstock, a marketing lecturer at the School. Article

myScience USA
– December 6, 2012 – 
An article featured research by Alok Kumar, the School’s Gabelli Asset Management Professor of Finance, and Jawad M. Addoum, an assistant professor of finance, which indicates that President Obama’s second-term win means health care, real estate and construction stocks are likely to outperform the overall market over the next year while sectors such as mining, firearms, defense, and tobacco are likely to underperform and depreciate.  Article

América Economía – November 29, 2012 – Olivier Bouclier, executive director of business development for the School’s Graduate Business Programs, was quoted in an article about the type of people who are represented on the teams responsible for deciding whether to admit MBA students at the world’s leading business school. Article

The Miami Herald – November 20, 2012 –
 An article featured research by Juliano Laran, an assistant professor of marketing, which found that the perception of scarcity influences people’s desire for certain foods. Article

Interest.com
– November 15, 2012 – Andrea Heuson
, professor of finance, offered insight about what a home affordability study had to say about prices in Miami, noting that “I actually thought Miami would be less affordable, so I am kind of glad that we received a D- instead of an F.” Article

The Miami Herald – November 12, 2012 – Steven Ullmann, professor and director of the School’s programs in health sector management and policy was quoted in an article about the impact of the presidential and congressional elections on Florida’s response to the Affordable Care Act. Article

Newsday – November 8, 2012 – Andrea Heuson, professor of finance, was quoted in an article about the potential increase in homeowners’ insurance rates in New York as a result of the damage caused by the major storm Sandy. Article

Big Data Republic
– Nov. 7, 2012 –
In a blog post, Robert Plant, an associate professor of computer information systems, wrote that firms can better manage and use date by thoroughly analyzing the “three Vs,” volume, variety and velocity. Article

South Florida Business Journal
– November 7, 2012 – Steven Ullmann
, director of the School’s programs in health sector management and policy, was quoted in an article about the impact of President Obam’s re-election, noting that "there will be adjustments over time, similar to how Medicare evolved over time." Article

The Miami Herald - November 5, 2012 – Work by School of Business students to create a Facebook page for Miami’s Citizen Watch group was noted in an article about the recent activities of the organization. Article

Big Data Republic – Nov. 1, 2012 – In a blog post, Robert Plant, an associate professor of computer information systems, offers some advice for how firms can successfully navigate and use big data capabilities. Article

Money Radio 1510
(Arizona) – October 29, 2012 – Robert Plant
, an associate professor of information systems, was featured in a live radio interview about the new ways in which retailers are using personal customer data to more effectively market to individual customers. Audio (at 18:00)

Winnipeg Free Press
– October 20, 2012 – Alok Kumar
, the Gabelli Asset Management Professor of Finance, was quoted in an article about prediction markets – those where traders can buy and sell shares valued on world events – in which he noted that prediction markets are similar to financial markets in some but not all respects. Article

The Miami Herald – October 23, 2012 -  William Werther, a professor of management, in an article about the City of Miami’s waiving of the minimum job requirements for certain high-level employees, noted that “It sounds like they are manipulating the hiring decisions” and that “The person who is responsible for signing these things needs to be called to task." Article

MReport - October 12, 2012 – The mortgage origination industry trade publication published an article about the conference “Workforce Housing in the New Economy: Looking Forward for South Florida’s Employers and Employees,” which was co-hosted by the School of Business. Article

Palm Beach Post
– October 8, 2012 -
An article fact checking Mitt Romney’s claim that President Obama’s policies would encourage more people go on welfare included insight from Phil Robins, a professor of economics who noted that the GOP is “misstating the Obama administration policy.” Article

Harvard Business Review – Oct. 5, 2012 – In a regular HBR blog post, Robert Plant, an associate professor of computer information systems, writes that companies should spend less time worrying about “big data” issues and work harder to use simple data that is readily available in order to better satisfy and retain customers. Article

The Miami Herald
– October 5, 2012 –
The newspaper published an article featuring insight from a number of expert panelists speaking during the conference “Workforce Housing in the New Economy: Looking Forward for South Florida’s Employers and Employees,” which was co-hosted by the School. Article

The Miami Herald
– September 20, 2012 –
An article about the city of Miami seeking to sell licensing rights for an official sunscreen of South Beach included insight from Arun Sharma, a professor of marketing who noted that such deals work only when the product and the brand are complimentary. CBS4 Miami also published the article. Article

Palm Beach Post
– September 16, 2012 –
An article about job creation during the Obama administration included insight from Doug Emery, chairman of the School’s finance department, and Maria Lorca-Susino, an economics lecturer. Article

The Miami Herald
– September 10, 2012 –
A Business Monday article profiling business process outsourcing company Inktel included several quotes from Hari Natarajan, an associate professor of management, who noted that “some clients prefer to outsource domestically because they feel they may be better able to control interactions and reduce data loss, leaks, intellectual property theft and fraud.” Article

Forbes
– September 6, 2012 –
An article featured information about a field trip to China for MBA students, who visited with companies doing business there and noted the it was spearheaded by Michael Werner, and accounting lecturer. Article

PBS
(Nightly Business Report) - August 31, 2012 -
The nationally-televised business program featured a segment with Timothy Burch, associate professor of finance, and Sandro Anrade, assistant professor of finance, discussing their research, which looked at a bubble period in China's stock market to reveal a way to limit real estate and other market bubbles. Video / Transcript

Harvard Business Review – August 28, 2012 – Robert Plant, an associate professor of computer information systems, authored an article offering advice on how organizations can take advantage of sophisticated new data-gathering systems to improve profitability. Article

Hispanic Business
- August 28, 2012 – The magazine ranked the School No. 8 in the nation for Hispanic MBA students. Article

The Miami Herald
- August 21, 2012 -
An article, first published in the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, featured research by Michael Tsiros, chair and professor of marketing, and Howard Marmorstein, associate professor of marketing, which found that shoppers tend to choose a product when more of it is offered for free over the same product when it is marked down in price, even when the marked-down product is a better value. The same article was also published in more than a dozen other papers including The (Washington) Olympian, the (South Carolina) Enquirer Herald, the Lake Wylie (South Carolina)Pilot, and The (San Luis Obisbo, California) Tribune.

Men’s Health
– August 14, 2012 – An article featured research by Michael Tsiros, chair and professor of marketing, and Howard Marmorstein, associate professor of marketing, which found that shoppers tend to choose a product when more of it is offered for free over the same product when it is marked down in price, even when the marked-down product is a better value. The article included tips from Tsiros on how “to sharpen your math skills and stop leaving money on the table.” Article

The Miami Herald
– August 13, 2012 –
An article profiled Jason Shuman, who started a business that provides customizable boat shoes for fraternity members who want their Greek letters on their shoes. The article noted that idea started at UM “during Shuman’s sophomore year, when he took an introduction to entrepreneurship class.” Article

Financial Times
– August 10, 2012 –
The newspaper’s online “Something for the Weekend” column featured research by Michael Tsiros, chair and professor of marketing, and Howard Marmorstein, associate professor of marketing, which found that shoppers tend to choose a product when more of it is offered for free over the same product when it is marked down in price, even when the marked-down product is a better value. The article noted that “the way people make choices has huge implications for both business and society, according to the latest business school research.” Article

Yahoo! News
– August 8, 2012 –
An article, originally published in Business News Daily, featured research by Michael Tsiros, chair and professor of marketing, and Howard Marmorstein, associate professor of marketing, which found that shoppers tend to choose a product when more of it is offered for free over the same product when it is marked down in price, even when the marked-down product is a better value. The article was also republished by numerous other online news and blog sites. Article

The Miami Herald – August 6, 2012 – Susan Amat, a management and marketing lecturer at the School, authored an article offering advice to entrepreneurs who brainstorm business ideas and go into business with friends. "While it is easy to pull in a friend to partner on your dream, make sure that person has the skills and shares the vision to execute on your idea," she wrote. Article

The Wall Street Journal
– August 2, 2012 –
An article comparing one-year MBA programs with two-year programs included quotes from Dean Gene Anderson and information about the School’s MBA programs, noting that the School “conducts its one-year MBA program on a calendar cycle, breaking for the summer months,” which allows student to benefit from summer internships. Article

The Miami Herald
– July 30, 2012 –
An article about the struggles of a small restaurant in Miami included insight from Ken Colwell, director of the School’s entrepreneurship programs, who noted that only a small percentage of new restaurants survive, especially in Miami where costs and competition are high. “Frankly, the odds are stacked against these guys,” he said. Article

America Economia – July 25, 2012 – The leading Latin American business magazine published an article about the School’s new English and Spanish language Advanced Marketing Strategy Certificate Program. Article

Bloomberg News – July 25, 2012 – The wire service featured research by Sandro Andrade and Vidhi Chhaochharia, assistant professors of finance, and Michael Fuerst, lecturer, which found that every stock market index in 23 developed countries did better in the six months ending in April than in the next six months, supporting the “Sell in May and go away” strategy. Article

The Oakland
(Michigan) Press
- July 14, 2012 - An article about the death of auto designer Sergio Pininfarina, who was instrumental in building the image of the sleek Italian sports car across the world, cited research by Claudia Townsend, assistant professor of marketing, which found that when people buy attractive products, they feel better about themselves. The article surmised, in reference to the research, that "buying an Italian sports car really can change your life." Article

Huffington Post
– July 7, 2012 –
An article featured research by Michael Tsiros, chair and professor of marketing, and Howard Marmorstein, associate professor of marketing, which found that shoppers tend to choose a product when more of it is offered for free over the same product when it is marked down in price, even when the marked-down product is a better value. The article was also published on CNBC.com. Article

The Vancouver Sun
– July 7, 2012 –
The newspaper published an article, first published in The Miami Herald, on summer internships, which included a number of quotes from Mary Young, director of the School’s Ziff Graduate Career Services Center, as well Caroline Ferris, one of the School’s MBA students who spoke about her internship at Club Med. The article was also published in July in the Tampa Bay Times, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and the Desert Sun.

BizEd
– July 1, 2012 –
An article about executive education programs at some of the world’s leading business schools featured information about the School’s programs and included numerous quotes from Mel Maguire, associate dean, who noted that today, such programs are offered to employees because "Companies can no longer give big raises or extraordinary bonuses, even as they're adding more to job descriptions and stretching their people across more responsibilities. Even so, they still want to retain their talent." Article

Yahoo! News
– July 6, 2012 –
Research by Claudia Townsend, assistant professor of marketing, which found that when people buy attractive products, they feel better about themselves, was featured in an article. The research was also featured in nearly a dozen other outlets including The Brevard County Times, Bull Dog Reporter, Business Insider, Wireless News and Manufacturing Close Up. Article

The Miami Herald
– June 27, 2012 –
An article on summer internships included a number of quotes from Mary Young, director of the School’s Ziff Graduate Career Services Center, as well Caroline Ferris, one of the School’s MBA students who spoke about her internship at Club Med. Article

Miami Today – June 7, 2012 – The newspaper published an article about the School’s new accelerated MBA program with a concentration in real estate. The article featured insight about the program from Andrea Heuson, a professor of finance.

Bloomberg BusinessWeek – June 1, 2012 – The magazine’s online “B-School Highlights” column noted that the School has launched an Accelerated MBA with a Concentration in Real Estate program, following its other new programs in real estate. Article

Florida Trend
– June 2012 –
A special section on business research in Florida cited four studies from the School’s faculty members including DJ Nanda, a professor of accounting, Michael Tsiros, a professor of marketing, and Claudia Townsend, an assistant professor of marketing. Article

Commercial Property Executive
– May 24, 2012 –
The commercial real estate magazine published an article about the School’s new Accelerated MBA in Real Estate program. The article included quotes from Anuj Mehrotra, vice dean, who noted that the new program “is an example of how we as a business school work to be responsive to the demands of business today.” Article

Bloomberg BusinessWeek
– May 22, 2012 –
The magazine’s online “B-School Twitter Roundup” column noted that Yongtao Guan, a professor of management science, received a $350,000 National Institutes of Health grant to analyze cocaine abuse patterns before, during, and following rehabilitation. Article

The Miami Herald – May 21, 2012 – An article about the IBM SmartCamp, a competition for new ventures in health care, noted that one of the presenters, Cohealo, is led by Mark Slaughter, an MBA student at the UM School of Business. Article

The Miami Herald – May 20, 2012 – Juliano Laran, and assistant professor of marketing, was quoted in an article about gasoline prices and consumer perceptions of fairness related to the cost, observing that “People believe it is fair to pay $10 for a beer in South Beach, but they do not want to pay $2 from a rundown grocery store someplace else, even if it is the same product.” Article

The Miami Herald – May 17, 2012 – Steve Ullmann, director of the School’s programs in health sector management and policy, was quoted in an article about Miami having the nation’s highest costs for private health insurance. Article

Forbes – May 9, 2012 – One of the magazine's entrepreneurship blogs published an article authored by School of Business alumnus Lucas Sommer, who wrote about how winning a $25,000 Pitch It contest helped him launch Audimated.com, an online music business, several years after he graduated in 2007. Article

South Florida Business Journal – May 4, 2012 – An article about global business programs for executives highlighted the School’s international degree programs, executive education, and international impact conferences and included quotes from Anuj Mehrotra, the School’s  vice dean for faculty affairs and graduate business programs.

Huffington Post – May 4, 2012 - A column featured research by Juliano Laran, an assistant professor of marketing, which found that that being exposed to negative news causes a “live-for-the-day” mindset which can result in eating more high calory-foods. Article

Ocean Drive – May/June 2012 – An article about the potential for wealthy homeowners to take advantage of a federal program to help those who owe more on their mortgages than their homes are worth featured insight about the ethical issues from Ann Olazabal, vice dean and professor of business law.

AméricaEconomía -
May 2012 –
The leading business magazine for Latin America ranked the School of Business No. 24 in the world’s best for Latin American MBA students. The rankings place the School No. 11 among all U.S. business schools. Article

The Miami Herald
– April 27, 2012 –
An article in the paper’s “Starting Gate” blog noted that junior Tyler McIntyre won the Technology Student Entrepreneur award in the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce’s annual Technology Leaders of the Year Awards. The article also noted that The Launch Pad at the University of Miami won the Technology Organization award. Article

The Miami Herald – April 24, 2012 – The paper’s “Starting Gate” blog published an article about growing family businesses, which was authored by Marianna Makri, an associate professor of management, based a panel discussion she hosted during Global Entrepreneurship Week. Article

CBS4-TV – April 19, 2012 – A segment on the improving job outlook for college graduates included comments from Shivani Joshi, assistant director of the School’s Ziff Graduate Career Services Center and graduating MBA student Ken Zucker. Article / Video

The Miami Herald – April 13, 2012 – The winners of the School’s annual Business Plan Competition were announced in “The Starting Gate” blog, which focuses on news, views and tools for entrepreneurs. Article

Crain’s Chicago Business
– April 9, 2012 –
An article cited research by Andrew Leone, chair and professor of accounting, which found that CEOs who are also the founders of their companies are much less likely to lose their jobs when their firms are cited for accounting irregularities compared to CEOs who are not founders. In those cases the CFO is more likely to get fired. Article

Nightly Business Report (PBS)
– April 2, 2012 –
In a one-minute commentary segment, Steve Ullmann, director of the School’s programs in health sector management and policy, spoke about the implications of the Supreme Court striking down the Affordable Care Act. Transcript/Video

The Wall Street Journal
– April 2, 2012 –
The newspaper published an article, authored by Robert Plant, an associate professor of computer information systems, which outlined the way a host of industries will be transformed by customer data. Article

Harvard Business Review
– March 22, 2012 –
Research by Claudia Townsend, and assistant professor of marketing, which looked at the spending behavior of people who got a U.S. stimulus rebate in 2008, was featured as the day’s “Daily Stat.” Article

CFO.com
– March 15, 2012 –
A case study involving an ethical and business dilemma, developed by DJ Nanda, a professor of accounting, was featured in a column seeking reader solutions. The answers were to be published in a future column. Article

Financial Times
– March 15, 2012 – Yadong Luo
, the Emery Findley Distinguished Chair and professor of management, authored a column defining key business terms on FT Lexicon, the newspaper’s online economics, business and finance glossary. Luo offered definitions for cultural friction, co-opetition, co-competence, co-evolution, and organizational ambidexterity. Article

Miami Today
– March 14, 2012 –
An article about trends in business education included information about the School’s MBA programs and included quotes from Anuj Mehrotra, the vice dean for graduate business programs, who discussed growing demand for international, health sector, and entrepreneurship programs. Article

ISTOÉ Indepente
- March 9, 2012 –
A cover story about self-control and living longer in this leading Brazilian magazine featured insight from Juliano Laran, an assistant professor of marketing,  who offered tips on how people can change their perceptions of acts of self-control from “work” (“this is hard work”) to fun (“this is fun”). Article

USA Today
– March 7, 2012 –
A column about haggling with retailers to get a better deal featured insight and tips from Shweta Oza, an assistant professor of marketing, who noted that asking for a bargain is "always worth your while." ABC News.com was among several other media outlets that republished the article. Article

Inc.
– March 4, 2012 –
The magazine tapped alumna and management and marketing lecturer Susan Amat (BLA ’01, MBA ’04, PhD ’08) for an article on the growing number of young entrepreneurs. "...so many universities now embrace cross-campus, interdisciplinary collaboration and entrepreneurship is a natural outlet for the kinds of conversations...” she noted. Article

MSNBC.com
- March 2, 2012 -
Research by Claudia Townsend, an assistant professor of marketing, which found that people are less likely to purchase a potentially embarrassing product if a social media symbol appears alongside the product online, was featured in an article. Article 

  • More than two dozen media outlets published separate articles on Townsend's research in March.

Florida Trend – March 1, 2012 – A special section on MBA programs in Florida included information about the School’s programs in health sector management, as well as a profile of Gene Anderson, the School’s dean, who discussed the expansion of international opportunities for students and the need for business schools to build relationships with the business community, among other topics. Article

The Wall Street Journal
– Feb. 22, 2012 –
An article published on the Journal’s “Ideas Market” blog, cited research by Claudia Townsend, an assistant professor of marketing, which found that people are less likely to purchase a potentially embarrassing product if a social media symbol appears alongside the product online. Article

Chicago Tribune – Feb. 20, 2012 – An article about the value of earning an MBA degree included quotes from and information about Amanda Crum (MBA ’11), who earned her degree from the School in the one-year full-time program. Article

The Miami Herald – Feb. 13, 2012 – Susan Amat, a management and marketing lecturer at the School, offered advice for entrepreneurs who will have the opportunity to meet up with Web developers and designers during Miami Tech Week. Article

The Miami Herald – Feb. 12, 2012 – An article featuring insight about Miami’s economic future made by real estate titan Sam Zell noted that his comments came during the University of Miami Real Estate Impact Conference, which was hosted by the School of Business and School of Architecture.  Article

The Miami Herald – Feb. 10, 2012Steven Ullmann, director of the School’s programs in health sector management and policy, was quoted in an article that revealed that Florida organizations have received $119.6 million in reform act funds over the last two years as a result of the Affordable Care Act, which the state’s governor and legislature have opposed. The article was also published in the Tampa Bay Times. Article

South Florida Business Journal – Feb. 3, 2012 – Susan Amat, a marketing and management lecturer at the School, was among the region’s faculty, students and alumni entrepreneurs quoted from a roundtable discussion hosted by the Journal. Article

Florida Trend – Feb. 1, 2012 - Susan Amat, a marketing and management lecturer at the School, quoted in an article about resources available to small businesses around the state, noted that startups in Miami are not only finding local investors, but investor from around the world. Article

ISTOÉ Indepente
– Jan. 27, 2012 -
The leading Brazilian news magazine cited research from Vidhi Chhaochharia, George Korniotis and Alok Kumar, all members of the School’s finance faculty, which found that in states where people are more optimistic, economic recessions are weaker, expansions are stronger, and the economic recovery is faster. The article included a quote from Kumar. Article

The Miami Herald
– Jan. 18, 2012 –
An article about the value of earning an MBA degree included quotes from and information about Amanda Crum (MBA ’11), who earned her degree from the School in the one-year full-time program. Article

Harvard Business Review – Jan. 17, 2012 – In a regular blog post, Robert Plant, an associate professor of information systems, warned about the implications of online piracy legislation proposed in the U.S. Congress and offered advice to organizations on how to prepare for it. Article

Men’s Health – Jan. 15, 2012 – An article featured research by Claudia Townsend, an assistant professor of research, which found that owning something with nice aesthetics makes owners feel better about themselves. The article was also published by MSN. Article

Caribbean Business
– Jan. 9, 2012 –
Puerto Rico’s leading English-language weekly newspaper featured information about the School and Puerto Rico Chamber of Commerce co-hosting the Puerto Rico Health and Insurance Conference 2012. The article included quotes from Steven Ullman, the director of the School’s programs in health sector management and policy and one of the conference keynote speakers. Article

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