Study: Rent Increases Stabilizing, Still Largely Unaffordable for Many

By | June 22, 2023

Rental increases have moderated in most areas in the United States, though many renters are still priced out of the market, according to researchers at Florida Atlantic University and two other schools.  

Study: Liberal-leaning CEOs' Firms More Likely to Exit Russia

By | June 22, 2023

U.S. companies led by liberal-leaning CEOs were more likely to exit Russia than firms with conservative-leaning CEOs, according to new research from Florida Atlantic University and Northeastern University.

Marín Ruiz Representing FAU on Prestigious APLU Committee

By | June 9, 2023

The APLU recently appointed a representative from FAU to serve in an official committee role for the first time in its history.

FAU's Madden Center Launches Free Online Certificate in Value Creation

By | June 8, 2023

Florida Atlantic University's Madden Center for Value Creation is offering a free online certificate to help business professionals analyze and create value in organizations.

Report: Average Renter in Much of U.S. Needs $100,000 Salary

By | June 5, 2023

The average renter in 11 U.S. markets must make a six-figure annual salary to avoid being classified as rent-burdened

Study: Falling Florida Home Prices Still Significantly Overvalued

By | May 31, 2023

Atlanta and Detroit are the nation's two most overvalued housing markets, but Florida is the state where prices are well out of line with historical trends

'Financial Times' Ranks FAU Executive Education No. 2 in U.S.

By | May 25, 2023

FAU ranked No. 2 in the United States overall, No. 1 in the U.S. and No. 4 in the world for female participation, and No. 17 globally for overall satisfaction.

FAU Experts for the 2023 Hurricane Season

By | May 24, 2023

Florida Atlantic University faculty experts are available to discuss various issues surrounding hurricane preparedness, evacuation and aftermath.

Researchers: Firms Should Reconsider Value of Government Contracts

By | May 18, 2023

Companies assume contracting with the government brings long-lasting financial windfalls, but new research suggests the arrangement is not as valuable as many firms might think.

Expert: Expanded Playoff Will Improve College Football

By | May 11, 2023

The College Football Playoff will look much different in 2024, rightly giving national championship aspirations to more teams and introducing a "March Madness" vibe to the traditional holiday season.