The pandemic helped to upend the typical status quo bias by showing that advanced practice nurses (APNs) are worthy of expanded powers in underserved areas, according to research by FAU professors.
The coronavirus crisis has led to a surge in joblessness and economic uncertainty, but interest in homeownership across the country remains as strong as it was before the pandemic.
Motivated by mortgage rates near historic lows and a persistent shortage of homes for sale that's steadily driving up prices, many middle-income consumers want to buy before values escalate out of reach.
The immediate future of the hospitality industry in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic will be the focus of a summit hosted by the Florida Atlantic University College of Business this month.
Despite the economic hardship brought about by the coronavirus pandemic, philanthropic giving has increased substantially nationwide. But how do nonprofits connect with potential donors?
Florida Atlantic University's College of Business improved its standing among top programs for entrepreneurship studies, according to the latest rankings from The Princeton Review.
Operators of hotels and short-term rental properties looking to build back business hampered by the coronavirus pandemic shouldn't worry about low prices as much as customer opinions, according to a new study.
The Florida Atlantic University College of Business is hosting a virtual conference on corporate finance and governance that will bring together leading researchers.
Democratic nominee Joe Biden holds a slight edge over U.S. President Donald Trump among likely Florida voters.
With the coronavirus crisis dealing the travel industry one of the biggest blows in its history, a new study suggests that airlines and airports should be doing more to help passengers cope with stress.