Business Press Releases
A Clemson University lacrosse player’s landmark name, image and likeness (NIL) deal could be the catalyst for similar arrangements for amateur athletes who play non-revenue-generating sports, according to a sports management expert at Florida Atlantic University.
Atlanta is the nation's most overvalued housing market, although Florida remains at the center of the U.S. real estate correction, new research shows.
Florida Atlantic University’s College of Business received a sponsorship from JPMorgan Chase’s Women on the Move (WOTM) to create programs and opportunities for finance majors that are expected to attract a diverse group of students and prepare students from many backgrounds to become successful professionals in the finance industry. JPMorgan Chase will serve as the inaugural Financial Services Sponsor of the Women in Finance program for the College of Business. The program is open to all students and focuses on educating and training finance professionals.
The Florida Atlantic University College of Business’ commitment to developing entrepreneurial talent is once again recognized in annual rankings of the best programs for entrepreneurship studies by The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine.
Florida Atlantic collaborated with Noble Capital Markets to host 1,400 event participants for its two-day 19th Annual Small Cap Investor Conference, NobleCon19. Renowned for connecting high-growth companies with vital capital, the conference showcased over 80+ executive team presentations at the University’s College of Business Executive Education, with its 52,000 square foot, state-of-the-art facility.