• April 27, 2018 — “What is a credit score?,” – Professor David Barman discusses the definition of a credit score and some of the misconceptions surrounding its importance. – Wallethub.com
  • April 26, 2018 — “Is a home purchase a good investment in future wealth?,” – “What we found is that in the majority of the cases, renting was actually preferred to buying from the perspective of wealth creation,” said Eli Beracha, associate professor and director of the Tibor and Sheila Hollo School of Real Estate at Florida International University. He also is one of the creators of the Beracha, Hardin and Johnson Buy vs. Rent Index. – Ask A Lender
  • April 24, 2018 — “What’s the best no-fee credit card?,” – Professor Dileep Rao discusses the best no annual fee credit cards was featured in WalletHub’s recent piece about the best no annual fee credit cards. – Wallethub.com
  • April 18, 2018 — “Building a Social Brand from the Inside Out,” – creating a social organization is critical for a brand in the digital world, says Nancy Richmond, an instructor in the Department of Marketing and Logistics at Florida International University’s College of Business. – ANA (Association of National Advertisers) Magazine
  • March 6, 2018 — “Spotting Pitfalls,” – The healthcare MBA concentration holds tremendous promise in a changing regulatory landscape. Though hospitals today are driven by data analytics, fraud, abuse and a lack of regulatory compliance are common, said FIU Business professor Miriam Weismann. – Florida Trend
  • March 6, 2018 — “Best Places To Buy Vacation Rental Properties In 2018 Will Surprise You,” – If you are considering purchasing a vacation rental property this year listen to William Hardin, Professor of Finance and Real Estate and Director of the Hollo School of Real Estate at Florida International University. “The real question you have to ask is are you buying for vacation enjoyment or as an investment. – Forbes
  • February 27, 2018 — “A Quick Study of Successful Business Models,” – FIU Business professor Miriam Weismann, clinical professor at the School of Accounting and academic director of FIU’s Healthcare MBA, shares her insights. – Florida Trend
  • February 18, 2018 — “You first: What interviewers really want to know,” – John Nykolaiszyn, director, Career Management Services, Florida International University College of Business, Miami “I want to know if…” – Chicago Tribune
  • February, 2018 — “Why Homeowners Are Richer Than Renters,” – The reason: You can’t help but build savings as you pay down a mortgage. “Renters could, on average, accumulate more wealth than homeowners if they saved and invested the equivalent of a down payment, plus the difference between a monthly mortgage payment and rent, in a diversified portfolio of stocks and bonds,” – Eli Beracha told Kiplinger Magazine in a question & answer feature interview. – Kiplinger Magazine.
  • January 29, 2018 — “¿Es el Bitcoin una burbuja?,” – Live TV interview with professor Marcos Kerbel on “Oppenheimer Presenta” – CNN en Español
  • January 28, 2018 — “Diversity to Find the Holy Grail of Investing,” – Dean Joanne Li and Flavio Carrillo shared their insights on how diversity can help all investors all take the first steps on the road to what you might call a “holy grail portfolio” – U.S. News & World Report
  • January 22, 2018 — “Future Amazon location,” – CBS spoke with Dr. William Hardin, professor at FIU, who shared concerns about Amazon coming to Miami. – CBS 4 Miami
  • January 16, 2018 — “Lobbying Doesn’t Help Companies or Their Shareholders,” – Lobbying doesn’t increase the chance that favored bills are passed by Congress, and it isn’t associated with the company receiving more government contracts… a new study by Zhiyan Cao, Guy D. Fernando, Arindam Tripathy and FIU’s Arun Upadhyay reveals – Bloomberg
  • January 2018 — “Growing problem: Miami tries to get beyond the startup phase,” – Growth however “is not about an idea but execution, not a stand-out individual but a cohesive team, not creative chaos but structure, processes and procedures,” says Jacqueline Sousa, regional director of the SBDC at FIU, the small business development center at Florida International University’s College of Business. – Florida Trend