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Helping to build a lifeline to a better future, FIU Business professor works with Afghan refugees in Greece

Helping to build a lifeline to a better future, FIU Business professor works with Afghan refugees in Greece

What drives people to leave their homes, their families, their culture, and confront the struggles of immigration?

When should you buy your holiday gifts? A supply chain expert has advice

When should you buy your holiday gifts? A supply chain expert has advice

Shoppers should take a special strategic approach in 2021, says College of Business logistics guru Craig Austin.

FIU Business professor wins award at prestigious international case writing competition

FIU Business professor wins award at prestigious international case writing competition

David Wernick, teaching professor of international business, and FIU Business doctoral student Siddharth Upadhyay have won third place in a new international case writing competition focused on creating more opportunities for students to study diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) issues.

Women on corporate boards add innovative strategies, FIU Business research finds

Women on corporate boards add innovative strategies, FIU Business research finds

While women’s presence in corporate boardrooms has increased slowly, many are bringing innovation to firms’ business strategy and allocation of resources, looking at things differently and showing a willingness to take risks, new research from FIU Business reveals.

FIU-led hurricane loss model recertified by the State of Florida

FIU-led hurricane loss model recertified by the State of Florida

The FIU-led Florida Public Hurricane Loss Model (FPHLM) was recertified by the State of Florida for the next two years. The $960,000 grant pays to update and run the existing program.

$5.7 billion moved out of Northern Triangle countries by illicit financial flows in international trade, FIU Business research finds

$5.7 billion moved out of Northern Triangle countries by illicit financial flows in international trade, FIU Business research finds

Mispriced trade was a key driver of the $5.7 billion moved to the U.S. from the combined economies of Northern Triangle – El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras –...

FIU Business launches Global Business Forum virtual series

FIU Business launches Global Business Forum virtual series

A leader in global business education, FIU Business has launched the Global Business Forum, a series of online conversations with prominent business leaders and scholars.

FIU center creates a passage to India, virtually

FIU center creates a passage to India, virtually

Since 2008, FIU’s Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER) has sponsored a trip to India...

New FIU book shows how America’s best entrepreneurs financed venture launches without venture capital

New FIU book shows how America’s best entrepreneurs financed venture launches without venture capital

Starting a new business venture is among the most popular goals of the new year. Yet many potential founders quickly hit the wall, deterred by the slim prospect of finding venture capital (VC) to finance their endeavor.

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