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International Business Program Hosts Inaugural "Meet the IB Board" Event

By | 03/29/2024

Florida Atlantic's International Business Program, ranked No. 22 by U.S. News & World Report, held its first "Meet the IB Board" event. Attracting over 100 eager students and 11 prominent international business executives, currently serving on the program’s advisory board, this first-time event marked a significant milestone for the students and our industry leaders.

IB Ranking

FAU's International Business Programs Rank in Top 25 in U.S. News Ranking

By | 12/13/2023

Florida Atlantic University’s International Business (IB) undergraduate program in the College of Business secured its place at No. 22 in the latest U.S. News & World Report national rankings. The program’s continued success is evident in its repeated ranking in the top 25 in the past several years.

Arielle Baril - Rielli

Alumna Arielle Baril Named Forbes “30 under 30” Miami for Rielli Luxury Swimwear

By | 11/21/2023

A decade ago, Forbes launched the 30 Under 30 list, spotlighting young world-changing entrepreneurs and innovators across industries in the United States.

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Executives from Energy Drink Maker Celsius Inspire College of Business Students at ‘Red Carpet’ Town Hall

By | 10/27/2023

Celsius Holdings CEO John Fieldly and nine of his executives participated in a town hall discussion Oct. 18 with about 90 FAU College of Business undergraduates and executive MBA students at the Schmidt Family Complex, an event organized by the student-run Global Business Association (GBA).

Foreign-born CEOs

Study: Foreign-born CEOs More Likely to Be Dismissed From Firms

By | 08/08/2023

Foreign-born CEOs are more likely to be fired than native-born CEOs if the firm they are leading is performing poorly, according to a new study from researchers at Florida Atlantic University and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

Liberal-Leaning CEOs

Study: Liberal-leaning Ceos’ Firms More Likely to Exit Russia

By | 06/23/2023

Since the start of the Ukraine-Russia conflict in February 2022, hundreds of multinationals worldwide have pulled out of Russia in protest. When it comes to U.S. companies, those led by CEOs with a liberal penchant were more likely to exit the country than firms with conservative-leaning leaders, according to new research from Florida Atlantic University and Northeastern University.