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Nearly 1,000 students in FIU’s College of Business were awarded degrees at Commencement ceremonies on December 15, 2015.
President Mark B. Rosenberg welcomed the graduates and their family and friends to two ceremonies at the U.S. …

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Where MBA magic happens

Alexandra Skinner of CEO magazine speaks to Joyce Elam, Executive Dean of the College of Business Administration at Florida International University.
Read: “Where MBA magic happens,“ an article by CEO Magazine.

FIU Business achieves top 100 ranking for online graduate business programs.

FIU Business achieves top 100 ranking for online graduate business programs.

U.S.News & World Report has released new rankings for online programs and the Alvah H. Chapman Graduate School of Business at Florida International University (FIU) placed in the top 100 in two categories: 19th in …

Supply chain managers gain Latin American expertise at FIU conference.

Supply chain managers gain Latin American expertise at FIU conference.

With so many global economic and political uncertainties coming into play in the course of doing business, supply chain managers face an increasingly challenging environment. At the 2012 Inter-American Supply Chain Forum, held at Florida …

Alumni Notes: April 2012

Alumni Notes: April 2012

Tony Argiz (BBA ’74), chairman and CEO, Morrison, Brown, Argiz & Farra, LLC, was chosen to throw out the first pitch at the FIU/Marlins baseball game, one of the first games played at the new …

Venture capital fuels Latin American entrepreneurship

Venture capital has begun playing an increasing role in fueling the Latin American region’s entrepreneurial endeavors. In its 2011 Scorecard, the Latin American Venture Capital Association estimated that funding for venture capital and private equity …

Faculty Notes: April 2012

Executive Dean Joyce J. Elam was quoted extensively in an article titled “Florida International University doubles size of Brickell center,” which appeared in the Miami Today edition for the week of April 26, 2012.
School of …

Florida International University expands downtown campus

Florida International University has expanded its downtown Miami campus with a lease of three additional floors at 1101 Brickell Ave.
The additional space doubles the school’s footprint on the property to 60,373 square feet, according to …

FIU expands downtown Miami space

Florida International University has signed a lease for three additional floors at 1101 Brickell Avenue. The new deal will double the school’s space at the downtown Miami office tower, which is owned and managed by …

FIU doubles size of Brickell center, adds to team

Less than a year after  Florida International University Downtown on Brickell opened in a 32,000-square-foot center, it will almost double its space.
FIU signed a 10-year, $12 million lease last august with Florida East Coast Realty …

South Florida housing prices have hit bottom, Zillow analysts declare

There are three little words South Floridians have longed to hear since the housing slide began: “We’ve hit bottom.”
Analysts at the online real estate database Zillow are declaring just that for Palm Beach, Broward and …

Housing Has Bottomed – It’s Time to Buy

Housing hasn’t been this affordable in decades, and mortgage rates are near historic lows. We interview an expert who says now’s the time to buy, and offer advice on how to get ready.
I’ve wanted to …

State Farm Financial Literacy Lab Weekly Market Wrap Up, April 16-20, 2012

April 16 – 20, 2012
After a two-day drop of 1% in the S&P, Friday’s rally helped the index close .12% higher, advancing its year- to-date gain of 9.6% according to Bloomberg. The two-day fall came …

Haar to heart: Argentina—Back to the Future

The well-received 1985 movie “Back to the Future” was followed by two sequels. The fourth sequel is currently playing in Argentina—not on the big screen but in the political economy of that nation. This nation …