Media Coverage


  • February 22, 2018 — “FIU College of Business Launches Doctorate in Business Administration,” – Florida International University’s College of Business has opened applications for its first Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) program. – Financial Buzz
  • February 18, 2018 — “You first: What interviewers really want to know,” – John Nykolaiszyn, director, Career Management Services, Florida International University College of Business, Miami “I want to know if…” – Chicago Tribune
  • February 16, 2018 — “Bitcoin Basics And Beyond: FIU Business professor Hemang Subramanian explains their impact on trading and investments,” – Bitcoin Basics And Beyond: FIU Business professor Hemang Subramanian explains their impact on trading and investments – Miami’s Community Newspapers
  • February, 2018 — “Why Homeowners Are Richer Than Renters,” – The reason: You can’t help but build savings as you pay down a mortgage. “Renters could, on average, accumulate more wealth than homeowners if they saved and invested the equivalent of a down payment, plus the difference between a monthly mortgage payment and rent, in a diversified portfolio of stocks and bonds,” – Eli Beracha told Kiplinger Magazine in a question & answer feature interview. – Kiplinger Magazine.
  • January 29, 2018 — “¿Es el Bitcoin una burbuja?,” – Live TV interview with professor Marcos Kerbel on “Oppenheimer Presenta” – CNN en Español
  • January 28, 2018 — “Diversity to Find the Holy Grail of Investing,” – Dean Joanne Li and Flavio Carrillo shared their insights on how diversity can help all investors all take the first steps on the road to what you might call a “holy grail portfolio” – U.S. News & World Report
  • January 22, 2018 — “Future Amazon location,” – CBS spoke with Dr. William Hardin, professor at FIU, who shared concerns about Amazon coming to Miami. – CBS 4 Miami
  • January 22, 2018 — “The hidden side of Miami’s housing crisis puts tenants in a tough spot,” – William Hardin, head of the Hollo School of Real Estate at Florida International University, said that cracking down on efficiencies would have a high social – Miami Herald
  • January 19, 2018 — “What Impact Would An Amazon HQ2 Have In South Florida?,” – Bill Hardin, a business professor at Florida International University. “This may exacerbate that but we’ve had that problem for the past 15 years – CBS Miami
  • January 18, 2018 — “Women largely absent from South Florida boardrooms, analysis shows,” – Joanne Li, dean of the business school at Florida International University said, “The diverse experience and leadership styles of men and women can provide a dynamic boardroom discussion…” – The Business Journals
  • January 17, 2018 — “¿Debe Facebook eliminar las noticias?,” – Lo analizamos con Carlos Parra, profesor de la Universidad Internacional de la Florida. – CNN en Español
  • January 16, 2018 — “Lobbying Doesn’t Help Companies or Their Shareholders,” – Lobbying doesn’t increase the chance that favored bills are passed by Congress, and it isn’t associated with the company receiving more government contracts… a new study by Zhiyan Cao, Guy D. Fernando, Arindam Tripathy and FIU’s Arun Upadhyay reveals – Bloomberg
  • January 11, 2018 — “Why Chinese Investors Love Miami: “Hong Kong Of The West”,” – “Developers here have been very successful with that and it’s got what today’s investors from China want,” said William Hardin, director of the Hollo School of Real Estate – Forbes
  • January 9, 2018 — “Regulacion para los telefonos inteligentes?,” – CNN en Español – live TV interview with COB professor Carlos Parra on CNN Dinero
  • January 9, 2018 — “Efficiencies en Miami: ni buenos, ni bonitos, ni baratos… pero imprescindibles,” – William Hardin, director de la Hollo School of Real Estate de la Universidad Internacional de la Florida considera que acabar con los efficiencies podría tener un alto costo social. – El Nuevo Herald
  • January 2018 — “Growing problem: Miami tries to get beyond the startup phase,” – Growth however “is not about an idea but execution, not a stand-out individual but a cohesive team, not creative chaos but structure, processes and procedures,” says Jacqueline Sousa, regional director of the SBDC at FIU, the small business development center at Florida International University’s College of Business. – Florida Trend


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