MarketWatch – October 27, 2017 – An article about the impact of a CVS-Aetna merger on consumers included insight from Dean John Quelch, who noted that the merger may lead to better treatment for patients because “CVS is at the forefront of research into how the intervention of pharmacy can improve patient compliance with treatment regiments.” Article

The Sunday Telegraph – October 22, 2017 – An article in the national British newspaper about shopping malls’ struggle for survival included insight from Dean John Quelch who noted that “Baby boomers have been downsizing and fleeing the suburbs in favour of the cultural richness of revitalised inner cities. They no longer feel an emotional need for the weekly shopping binge at the suburban mall."

Los Angeles Times – October 17, 2017 – The newspaper published an article authored by Konrad Grabiszewski, a visiting assistant professor of economics, Alex Horenstein, an assistant professor of economics, which was first published by The Conversation, about the mobile game they created to study interactive behavior. Article

The article was also published by the San Fransisco Chronicle, the Houston Chronicle, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, the Albany Times-Union, the Idaho Press-Tribune and more than a dozen other publications.

VietnamNet – October 17, 2017 – The Vietnamese online newspaper published a Q&A article with Dean John Quelch, who discussed the role of digital marketing and artificial intelligence in Vietnamese business, as well the School’s academic programs in these areas and other programs that provide students with many options. Article

Miami Herald – October 13, 2017 – An article explaining how canceling Affordable Care Act subsidies for low-income Americans would lead to a financial windfall for Obamacare insurers and better coverage options for many of the 1.4 million Floridians with an ACA plan included insight from Steve Ullmann, chair and professor of health sector management and policy. Article

The article was also published by True Viral News.

WIOD Radio (Miami) – October 13, 2017 – Steve Ullmann was interviewed live during a morning show segment about President Trump’s decision to end billions of dollars in subsidy payments to insurance companies to lower out-of-pocket costs for lower-income Americans. Ullmann’s comments also aired during newscasts at 7:40 a.m., 9:40 a.m., 11:35 a.m. 12:05 p.m., 2:35 p.m., 3:35 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 5:05 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.

CNN en Español - October 4, 2017 - Alejandro Ruelas-Gossi, a management lecturer, appeared in a live interview on CNN Dinero to discuss the controversy of player protests during the national anthem at NFL games. Video

Sirius XM Radio – October 4, 2017 - Zoey Chen, an assistant professor of marketing, was interviewed on “Sirius XM Channel 111, Business Radio Powered by The Wharton School” about her research on word-of-mouth marketing. Audio

Bloomberg BusinessWeek – October 12 – An article about real estate investors buying up flooded homes in Houston at low prices included insight from Andrea Heuson, a professor of finance, who worries that homeowners are “making pretty dramatic decisions without the education to figure out what the alternatives are and without looking at the situation rationally.” Article

Capital Financiero – October 2, 2017 – The Panamanian business newspaper published an article featuring insight from Joseph Ganitsky, a management lecturer, about entrepreneurship in Latin America.

CNN en Español - October 4, 2017 - Alejandro Ruelas-Gossi, a management lecturer, provided insight about South Florida economic development officials’ efforts to have Amazon locate a second headquarters in the region. Video

CNN en Español – September 29, 2017 - Alejandro Ruelas-Gossi, a management lecturer, provided insight about Facebook’s new standards designed to provide more clear guidance on the types of content that will be allowed to be advertised on the platform. Article

AméricaEconomía - September 28, 2017 - An article about research by Alok Kumar, Gabelli Asset Management Professor of Finance, and George Korniotis, associate professor of finance People who are tall and normal-weight take greater financial risks and are more likely to hold stocks than shorter, overweight or obese individuals, was published as part of the School’s “Investigaciones de la Universidad de Miami” series in the magazine. Article

Miami Herald
– September 26, 2017 –
An article about Florida Affordable Health Care Act health insurers’ plans to raise monthly premiums by nearly 45 percent on average next year, included insight from Steve Ullmann, chair and professor of health sector management and policy, who noted that the hike is the result of uncertainty about whether the Trump administration will stop paying subsidies that lower out-of-pocket costs for low-income Americans. “There’s so much indecision,” he said. “That’s the killer.” Article

The article was also published in El Nuevo Herald and The Pulse.

AméricaEconomía - September 26, 2017 - An article about research by Alok Kumar, Gabelli Asset Management Professor of Finance, and George Korniotis, associate professor of finance, which found that African Americans, women, and LGBTQ individuals are less likely to participate in the stock market and also allocate less of their wealth to equities, was published as part of the School’s “Investigaciones de la Universidad de Miami” series in the magazine. Article

Diariodelcauca.com – September 18, 2017 – The Colombian news portal published an article featuring insight from from Joseph Ganitsky, a management lecturer, about the challenges and opportunities faced by entrepreneurs in Latin America. Article

The article was also published by HSBnoticias.com and Extra.com, also Colombian news outlets.

Business Mandate – September/October, 2017 – The magazine, which is widely distributed to managers in India, published an edited transcript of an address made by A. Parasuraman, James W. McLamore Chair in Marketing and professor of marketing, gave to the Madras Management Association in Chennai, India to announce a proposed service excellence center in India and a Service Excellence Index. Article

Newsmax – September 12, 2017 – An article about the rise in out-of-pocket costs paid by consumers under the Affordable Care Act plans included a quote, first published in a Miami Herald article, from Steve Ullmann, chair and professor of health sector management and policy, who noted that "If you're paying more of the price of healthcare, then you're going to be using it more carefully." Article

USA Today – September 9, 2017 – An article about the potential impact of hurricane Irma on the Florida economy included insight from Dean John Quelch, who noted that if many homes are destroyed or severely damaged, “The attractiveness of the real estate market could be affected in the short term.” Article

CNN en Espanol – September 4, 2017 - Alejandro Ruelas-Gossi, a management lecturer, was interviewed on the CNN Dinero program about what the program called the 'telephony game' as Facebook, Twitter and Apple venturing into the television business. Video

De Standaard – September 1, 2017 – The Belgian newspaper published an article, first published in the Dutch financial newspaper Het Financieele Dagblad, about research by Henrik Cronkvist, a professor of finance, which found that when investors see the color red used to present a firm’s financial data, they expect less from the firm’s future stock returns than they do when the same data are presented in black. Article

Outlook – August 24, 2017 – The weekly general interest English news magazine in India published a Q&A with A. Parasuraman, the James W. McLamore Chair in Marketing, professor, and chair of marketing, about the perception that there are hurdles to doing business in India. Parasuraman noted that “the government will have to play a major role in creating infrastructure for internet and digitization.” Article

The Telegraph – August 17 – An article in the leading British daily newspaper about President Donald Trump’s deteriorating relationship with corporate leaders in the wake of his response to protests in Charlottesville, Va. include quotes from Dean John Quelch, who noted that “Public companies have to consider the views of multiple stakeholders, not just shareholders.” Article

The Telegraph – August 17 – An article in the leading British daily newspaper about the impact of the Trump presidency on the U.S. economy included insight from Dean John Quelch, who noted that “There is an element of a reaction to the fact that there aren’t the regulations coming out of Washington that there would have been from a Clinton administration.” Article (subscription required)

CNN en Espanol - August 16, 2017 - Alejandro Ruelas-Gossi, a management lecturer, was interviewed about his article in Harvard Business Review, which outlined “four symptoms that should warn executives that they are stuck on an innovation plateau,” and advice for overcoming it.

CNN en Espanol - August 10, 2017 - Alejandro Ruelas-Gossi, a management lecturer, appeared on the “Los Influyentes” program to discuss his perspectives on innovation.

CNN en Espanol – August 4, 2017 - Alejandro Ruales-Gossi, a management lecturer, spoke about how social media is causing stress and anxiety, mostly in millennials, noting that we need to live with it, but we need to set the limits to it.

Chronical of Philanthropy – August 1, 2017 – An article featured research by Claudia Townsend, an associate professor of marking, which found that expensive looking solicitation materials used by non-profits to raise money result in smaller donations, compared to when less-expensive solicitations that look nice are used. “You can make it look without spending money, and donors will respond,” Townsend noted in the article. Article (subscription required)

CNN en Espanol – July 31, 2017- Maikel Leon Espinosa, a business technology lecturer, appeared on CNN Dinero to analyze differing understanding about artificial intelligence between Elon Musk, who considers it a potentially existential threat to the human race and Mark Zuckerberg who has a different view feeling more optimistic.

Forbes China and ForbesJuly 28, 2017 – The business magazine published a Q&A with the School’s dean, John Quelch, who discussed business issues Chinese investors interested in Latin America should consider, including whether there’s a good fit, the region’s diversity, government and business partnerships, and human resources.
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The Hindu – July 27, 2017 – The leading English-language Indian newspaper published a Q&A article with A. Parasuraman, James W. McLamore Chair and a professor of marketing, who discussed poor customer service in India and what companies can to do improve it, pointing out that “You cannot be an excellent marketer if you cannot offer excellent service.” Article

Les Echos – July 25, 2017 – An article in the leading French business newspaper featured research by Henrik Cronkvist, a professor of finance, which found that when investors see the color red used to present a firm’s financial data, they expect less from the firm’s future stock returns than they do when the same data are presented in black. Article

Irish Times – July 25, 2017 – The Irish daily newspaper published and an article featuring research by Henrik Cronkvist, a professor of finance, which found that when investors see the color red used to present a firm’s financial data, they expect less from the firm’s future stock returns than they do when the same data are presented in black. Article

Miami Herald – July 14, 2017 – An article about zoning changes to spur new development in Palmetto Bay included insight from David Kelly, a professor of economics, who noted that while ‘it’s important to bring in development that creates walkable neighborhoods, ‘it’s oftentimes more important to ask yourself who you are attracting to live there.’” Article

The Washington Post – July 14, 2017 – An article about an email from a chief executive to his employee supporting her taking time off to cope with mental-health issues, which went viral on social media, included insight from Dean John Quelch, who noted that the outpouring of comments “indicates there is an undercurrent of awareness in the population that this is an issue and it has not been addressed in a systematic way by most corporations.” Article

The article was republished in nearly a dozen other media oulets, including the Chicago Tribune and the National Post (Canada).

Sirius XM Radio – July 12, 2017 – Michael Tsiros, chair and professor of marketing, was interviewed on “Sirius XM Channel 111, Business Radio Powered by The Wharton School” about his research, which found that consumers make poor purchase decisions when they need to work with ratios to assess a product’s value. Audio

Associated Press – July 13, 2017 – An article about a U.S. senator’s ties to his family’s business that relies on Mexican labor included insight from Alejandro Ruales-Gossi, a management lecturer, who noted that what such companies are “creating is poverty, because the jobs they are creating are very poor jobs. You have very poor salaries.” The article was published by the Chicago Tribune, U.S. News and World Report, Yahoo! Finance, CBS News, the National Post, Hoy Chicago, Business Insider, the Miami Herald, el Nuevo Herald, the (Miami) Daily Business Review, the Atlanta Journal Constitution, the Charlotte Observer, the Seattle Post Intelligencer, the Indianapolis Star, the Dayton Daily News, the New Haven Register, the Ft. Wayne News-Sentinel, the Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer, the Albany Times Union, the Sumter Item, the Purdue Exponent, WTOP Radio (Washington, D.C.), and WISH-TV, among other publications.

South Florida Business Journal – July 10, 2017 – An article featured research by Henrik Cronkvist, a professor of finance, which found that when investors see the color red used to present a firm’s financial data, they expect less from the firm’s future stock returns than they do when the same data are presented in black. The article included quotes from Cronqvist, who noted that the study indicates “it would be smart for IR professionals to steer clear of red in their next financial reports." Article

Wall Street Journal – July 7, 2017 – An article featured research by Henrik Cronkvist, a professor of finance, which found that when investors see the color red used to present a firm’s financial data, they expect less from the firm’s future stock returns than they do when the same data are presented in black. The article quoted Cronqvist, who noted that “Simply seeing a stock’s price shown in red can make you think it will go down and keep going down.” Article

Versions of the Wall Street Journal article were published in Barron's and The Australian.

Sun-Sentinel - July 3, 2017 – An article about the University of Miami’s Florida 50 Index gaining 7.2% in the second quarter of 2017, and outperforming both the S&P 500 and S&P 1500 by more than double included insight from Seth Levine, an accounting lecturer, who noted that the 12 largest companies in the Florida 50 Index have a combined market capitalization of almost $300 billion and that “10 of these 12 companies have boasted double-digit returns year-to-date, with seven of the 12 boasting returns of more than 20 percent.” Article

Articles featuring the performance of the Index were also published by the Miami Herald, Florida Trend, the Orlando Sentinel, the South Florida Business Journal, the Tampa Bay Business Journal, and the Tampa Bay Times.

Managed Care - July 2017 - An article in the national health care industry magazine about the state of health insurance in Florida under the Affordable Care Act included insight from Steve Ullmann, chair and professor of health sector management and policy, who said any hope of expanding Medicaid in the state is currently “DOA.” Article

Georgia Public Broadcasting – June 28, 2017 – Karoline Mortensen, an associate professor of health sector management and policy, speaking as a guest on a live segment about the Senate bill to replace the Affordable Care Act, noted that problems facing are partly due to inaction on the part of the Trump administration. “There are some payments to insurers that they could guarantee, some promises to insurers that it’s okay to cover these high-risk populations and with the Trump administration’s unwillingness to make those commitments, understandably some insurers are pulling out of the market.” Listen

Wall Street Journal – June 26, 2017 – The “Journal Report” in the print edition featured a column, by Robert Plant, an associate professor of business technology, who presented a new approach to data storage, distribution and use in health care – blockchain technology – writing that “By storing data across a network, it avoids the perils of data being stored in one location.”

CNN en Español June 20, 2017 - In an interview on the program CNN Dinero, Alejandro Ruelas-Gossi, a management lecturer, provided insight about Amazon’s purchase of the Whole Foods supermarket chain. Video

CNN en Español – June 21, 2017 - Alejandro Ruelas-Gossi, a management lecturer, provided insight about leeway given to “sexy” Silicon Valley firms, such as Uber, whose CEO just resigned, and Theranos, which faces questions about its blood testing technology. Video

Miami Herald - June 5, 2017 – An article exploring the reasons why so many drivers in South Florida do not using their turn signals included insight from Michael French, a professor of health sector management and policy, who  noted that “Not letting someone in is more common behavior among males, and refusing to use the turn signal is an affirmation of manhood.” Article

Wall Street Journal – June 3, 2017 - An article about why firms rarely know the health status of newly-hired CEOs, included insight from Patricia Abril, a professor of business law, who noted that employers legally may inquire whether an applicant can do the work and require medical tests tied to business necessity. Article

CNN en Español
– May 31, 2017 –
Patricia Abril, a professor of business law, appeared in a live interview on the CNN Dinero program  to discuss the Supreme Court's recent decision on patent litigation and its effect on business. Video

Marketplace Morning Report – May 30, 2017 – A segment on the Mid-Day Update podcast about the White House's plan to roll back an Obama-era health care law that requires many religious employers to provide birth control in its plans featured insight from Karoline Mortensen, an associate professor of health sector management and policy, who discussed the uncertainty over the impact of the rule. Listen

Al Jazeera – May 26, 2017 - Steve Ullmann, chair and professor of health sector management and policy, appeared in a segment on concerns about potential ramifications of the American Health Care Act, from reducing life expectancy and increasing infant mortality because people may not have coverage for prenatal care or care after their child is born. Video

Miami Herald – May 15, 2017 – An article questioning the accuracy of statements by Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price that people are uninsured because they don’t like Obamacare included insight from Steve Ullmann, chair and professor of health sector management and policy, who noted that “They are uninsured because there is no way that they can afford the insurance … then there are others, generally the ‘young invincibles,’ who find that the penalty of $695 is less than the cost of the insurance policies." Article

The Miami Herald article was also published by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

WLRN Radio – May 16, 2017 – A segment taped during an Executive MBA en Espanol class featured thoughts about how the Trump administration might impact Latin America from three program students and Manuel Santos, a professor of economics, who was teaching the class. Transcript / Audio

CNN en Español – May 7, 2017 - Maikel Leon Espinosa, a business technology lecturer, appeared on the “Oppenheimer Presenta” program to discuss the current panorama of artificial intelligence and robots, particularly the imminent risk of replacing humans in the workforce. Video

Wall Street Journal – April 27, 2017 – In an article authored for the newspaper’s “The Experts” column, Robert Plant, associate professor of business technology, presents a new approach to data storage, distribution and use in health care – blockchain technology – writing that “By storing data across a network, it avoids the perils of data being stored in one location.” Article

MarketWatch – April 19, 2017 – The business news site published an article, published earlier by the Wall Street Journal, featuring research by Alok Kumar, Gabelli Asset Management Professor of Finance, which found male stock analysts write more favorably about public companies headed by men than about companies led by women, among other analyst biases. Article

ESPN – April 19, 2017 – An article about how being able to speak Spanish may help Miami Dolphins linebacker Kiko Alonso become more successful included quotes from Arun Sharma, vice dean and professor of marketing, who noted that “Speaking English and Spanish allows athletes to reach twice the population in Miami compared to when athletes are monolingual." Article

CNN en Espanol – April 12, 2017 - In an interview on the program CNN Dinero, Alejandro Ruelas-Gossi, a management lecturer, was interviewed on the CNN Dinero program about a Pepsi television advertisement that the company later pulled after facing criticism that it trivialized rights protests. Video

Wall Street Journal – April 6, 2017 – An article featured research by Alok Kumar, Gabelli Asset Management Professor of Finance, which found male stock analysts write more favorably about public companies headed by men than about companies led by women, among other analyst biases.  Kumar noted that his biggest surprise “was the fact that the market consistently doesn’t recognize that this bias exists.” Article

Harvard Business Review – April 4, 2017 – An article authored by Alejandro Ruelas-Gossi, a management lecturer, outlined “four symptoms that should warn executives that they are stuck on an innovation plateau,” and offered advice for overcoming it. Article

Politico – March 31, 2017 – The publication’s “Morning Brief” included research by Indraneel Chakraborty, an assistant professor of finance and Rong Hai, an assistant professor of economics, which shows Britain’s exit from the European Union may reduce GDP growth for the entire region. Article

WLRN Radio
– March 29, 2017 – David Kelly, a professor of economics, provided insight for a segment on President Trump’s executive order to roll back the Obama administration’s Clean Power Plan, noting that it won’t have much impact on goal production because we will continue to “move more in the direction of natural gas and away from coal." Transcript/Audio

CNN en Espanol – March 28, 2017 - Alejandro Ruelas-Gossi, a management lecturer, appeared on the program CNN Dinero, to discuss Netflix and the idea of streaming movies at the same time they come out in theaters. Watch

WPLG ABC 10 Miami - March 19, 2017 – Karoline Mortensen, an associate professor of health sector management and policy, appeared in a live interview on the This Week in South Florida program for the second week in a row to discuss the the GOP bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. Video

Tampa Bay Times – March 15, 2017 – An article about opposition to the GOP health care reform bill among Florida Republican lawmakers included insight from Steve Ullmann, professor and director of health sector management and policy, who noted that “There are significant consequences for Florida,” if the GOP bill is approved. Article

Miami Herald – March 14, 2017 – An article about the impact of the GOP health care reform bill on Florida, based on a report by the Congressional Budget Office, included comments from Steve Ullmann, professor and director of health sector management and policy, who predicted that “the people who will be buying insurance will be people who will tend to be more prone to illness, perhaps a little higher in age, and as a result because those are higher-cost users, premiums will go up.” Article

Tampa Bay Times – March 15, 2017 – The newspaper republished the Miami Herald article about the impact of the GOP health care reform bill on Florida, based on a report by the Congressional Budget Office, which included comments from Steve Ullmann, professor and director of health sector management and policy. Article

Politico – March 14, 2017 – An article questioning whether President Trump and Republicans are “sabotaging” the Affordable Care Act be creating uncertainty about the law included insight from Steve Ullmann, chair and director of health sector management and policy, who noted that “They must know sabotage won’t work now that they control Washington.” Article

WPLG ABC 10 Miami - March 12, 2017 – Karoline Mortensen, an associate professor of health sector management and policy, appeared in a live interview on the This Week in South Florida program to discuss the potential impact of the GOP bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. Video

EntornoInteligente.com – March 11, 2017 – Joseph Gantisky, a research professor of management provided insight about the importance of the financial sector in Miami in an article published by the Spanish-language online news portal. Article

WSVN Local 10 Miami – March 7, 2017 – A TV segment about the GOP health care reform bill included insight from Steve Ullmann, chair and professor of health sector management and policy, who noted that “There’s actually more agreement than people realize” between the Affordable Care Act and the new proposal. Transcript / Video

CNN en Espanol – March 3, 2017 - In an interview on the program CNN Dinero, Lorenzo Naranjo, and assistant finance professor of professional practice, discussed the IPO of Snap Inc. Video

CNN en Espanol – March 3, 2017 - In an interview on the program CNN Dinero, Alejandro Ruelas-Gossi, a management lecturer, discussed the business model for ride-sharing service Uber, its operations and profitability. Video

Sirius Satellite Radio March 1, 2017 – Uzma Khan, an associate professor of marketing, appeared on the live program, “Marketing Matters,” in a 30-minute interview to discuss her research that found that promoting a product’s multiple risks causes people to perceive it as less risky. Listen

WLRN Radio – February 27, 2017 – The hour-long "Sunshine Economy" program about the future of health care reform featured interviews with Steve Ullmann, chair and professor of health sector management and policy, and three national industry and policy experts, noting that they would be featured speakers at the School’s conference, The Business of Health Care Post Election, taking place March 3. Listen

HealthZette – February 26, 2017 – An article about the cost of nursery care in hospitals included insight from Karoline Mortensen, an associate professor of health sector management and policy, who noted that “The big-picture academic data suggests that the [nursery] charges are pretty well in line with the cost.” Article

Ozy – February 22, 2017 – An article about research that found people enjoy impromptu social outings more than those that are planned included insight from Juliano Laran, a professor of marketing, who noted that people plan even their weekends “because they think it makes them feel happier… but as we can see, it doesn’t.”
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CNN en Espanol – February 10, 2017 - In an interview on the program CNN Dinero, Alejandro Ruelas-Gossi, a management lecturer, discussed Coca-Cola Mexico’s decision to replace its Coca-Cola Life and Coca-Cola Zero with Coca-Cola Sugar Free, to reduce its calorie-free beverage options. Video

Harvard Business Review – February 9, 2017 – Uzma Khan, an associate professor of marketing, co-authored an article about her research that found that promoting a product’s multiple risks causes people to perceive It as less risky. Article

National Public Radio – February 9, 2017 – A “Morning Edition” segment about how bias affects stock analyst predictions focused on research by Alok Kumar, finance department chair and Gabelli Asset Management Professor of Finance, who discussed the findings of a number of his studies in behavioral finance. Listen

WIOD Radio (Miami) – February 1, 2017 – A segment about President Trump’s statements on lowering the cost of prescription drugs featured a live interview with Steve Ullmann, chair and professor of health sector management and policy, who noted that “other countries use the power of the federal government to negotiate down the price of pharmaceuticals and that’s actually one of the reasons our prices are higher, we don’t negotiate prices down.” Listen

CBS Marketwatch – January 30, 2017 – An article about the 2017 deadline to sign up for insurance coverage under the Affordable Care Act included insight from Steve Ullmann, chair and professor of health sector management and policy, who noted that “the risk of not signing up at this point in time is greater than the risk of signing up.” Article

Univision – January 27, 2017 – A Noticiero Univision segment about a 20% tariff on Mexican goods floated by the Trump administration included insight from Alejandro Ruelas-Gossi, a management lecturer.

WPBT – TV – January 20, 2017 – Steve Ullmann, chair and professor of health sector management and policy, was interviewed in a segment on the future of the Affordable Care Act under the Trump Administration, noting that “The repeal might occur, but the repeal will be a few years from now, which is relatively typical of policies.” Video

CNN en Espanol – January 12, 2017 – In an interview segment on the program CNN Dinero, Alejandro Ruelas-Gossi, a management lecturer, discussed why he does not believe that Verizon will change the name of Yahoo! after its purchase of the internet company. Video

South Florida Business Journal – January 6, 2017 – An article reported on the performance of the School’s Florida 50 stock index, which gained more than 11 percent in 2017. The article included quotes from Seth Levine, an accounting lecturer, who noted that “Investors may do well to keep an eye on this index in the future as they weigh their investment decisions.” Article

Miami Herald – January 3, 2017 – An article reported on the performance of the School’s Florida 50 stock index, which gained more than 11 percent in 2017. The article included quotes from Seth Levine, an accounting lecturer, who noted that “The 2016 performance of the University of Miami’s Florida 50 Index shows that not only are Florida-based firms keeping pace with their counterparts across the country, as a cross-section, they’re actually seeing results coming in even better.” The article was published online and in the print edition. Article

South Florida Hospital News – January 2017 – A front page article, authored by Steve Ullmann, chair and professor of health sector management and policy, advised policymakers to be careful in their approach to altering the Affordable Care Act, noting that because there are so many pieces, as in a puzzle, a piecemeal approach could have unintended consequences. Article

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