Companies affected by the coronavirus pandemic will get a boost this fall from students in Florida Atlantic University's College of Business.
The U.S. housing market has remained surprisingly resilient during the coronavirus crisis, pushing home prices even higher and making renting the more attractive option in many markets.
The health care industry's trend toward making care more consumer-driven and patient-centered by transferring risk and control to patients is actually placing more stress on those who work on the front lines.
The next crop of health care professionals has a price when it comes to illegally releasing confidential medical information, according to researchers.
FAU researchers and collaborators have received a grant from the National Science Foundation to study populations in risky housing conditions in the midst of a pandemic and a very busy hurricane season.
FAU's Phil Smith Center for Free Enterprise has become the second program within the College of Business to be named an Oasis of Excellence by the American Council of Trustees and Alumni.
Florida's COVID-19 daily percent positive rate, a key metric driving economic and public policy decisions, offers a distorted snapshot of the effect the virus is having across the state.
Lawmakers should eliminate a key exemption in the federal Fair Housing Act, according to Ken. H. Johnson, Ph.D., an economist in FAU's College of Business.
Florida Atlantic University's Adams Center for Entrepreneurship has been awarded a partnership with the Veterans Florida Entrepreneurship Program (VFEP) for the sixth consecutive year.
Inaccurate data points or misconceptions when it comes to testing, hospitalizations and deaths are giving the wrong impression that Florida is losing the coronavirus battle.