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Flight 17 and Social Media - Bay News 9
July 19, 2014 There was confirmation today that updates on malaysia flight 17, and public reaction to the downed plane, are playing out on the web, but a University of South Florida professor says all those social media posts may not be a good thing.

Malaysia Airlines Flight 17: Does Social Media Help or Hurt Disaster Response?
July 18, 2014 New research from a University of South Florida professor finds false information spread on social media leads to spread of rumors, confusion and added delays in first responders providing the public with accurate details in a crisis

Hernando business digest for July 18 - Tampa Bay Times
July 17, 2014 The Small Business Development Center at the University of South Florida, in partnership with the Greater Hernando County Chamber of Commerce, will offer a business seminar, "Basic Business Taxes," 2 to 5 p.m. Wednesday at the chamber office, 15588 Aviation Loop Drive, south of Brooksville.

10 News spurs more secure county websites - WTSP
July 16, 2014 We checked dozens of local government websites local residents use to pay water bills, apply for permits, and check tax records.

USF Launches New Doctor of Business Administration Program - Tampa Bay Newswire
July 15, 2014 CEOs and other upper-level executives will soon be able to earn doctoral degrees in business without interrupting their careers, thanks to a new Doctor of Business Administration degree program launching at the University of South Florida.

Business Buzz - Herald-Tribune
July 15, 2014 USF's College of Business is launching the DBA, designed exclusively for executives and business leaders with at least a dozen years of upper-level industry experience.

Mike Trout's All-Star coronation - ESPN
July 15, 2014 "You never hear anything about this guy that's not apple pie," said Bill Sutton. "He's Jack Armstrong, and that's extremely rare. He's very quiet. He's very humble. He signs a big extension, and he's still about the team, all about winning. He's very Jeter-like. 'I' never comes up. It's always 'we' and 'us.'"

USF Launches New Doctor of Business Administration Program
July 14, 2014 Applications are now being accepted for program targeting working professionals in experienced executive and business leadership roles.

New USF degree adds DBA to the C-level alphabet soup - Tampa Bay Business Journal
July 14, 2014 Top level business executives now have an opportunity to earn doctoral degrees in business without interrupting their careers.

Businesses take a broader role in shaping higher education - Tampa Bay Times
July 11, 2014 Sri Sridharan is on a daunting mission: to create the state's first cybersecurity center at the University of South Florida, developing a curriculum by this fall for an inaugural class of master's degree candidates.

What are the Best 4th of July Sales? - WFLA-TV
July 7, 2014 USF marketing professor Rob Hooker discusses the top items to shop for among many 4th of July sales.

USF College of Business teaches high-schoolers data analytics in half-day bootcamp
July 5, 2014 Local high school students recently learned that data is more than numbers on a page -- they saw first-hand that data can be the deciding factor in making crucial business decisions.

Hackers Stealing Information Without Anyone Knowing - WFLA-TV
July 1, 2014 A new report finds 97% of small or medium size businesses have been hacked and most don't realize it's happened. USF cybersecurity expert Sri Sridharan explains how hackers are so effective.

Chew On This - New York Times
June 29, 2014 In a series of tests, Dipayan Biswas, a marketing professor at the University of South Florida, asked students to eat brownie bits as they watched TV. They generally ate more if the brownies were gooey and soft, rather than hard and dry.

Incubating Innovation - USF Magazine
June 25, 2014 Advised by USF research leaders, USF students run a business incubator of their own

First Class - USF Magazine
June 25, 2014 Most people know that an MBA gives people from a variety of backgrounds a chance to become better versed in managerial and business operations.

USF MBA in Sport & Entertainment Management's Inaugural Class Accepts Job Offers Locally and Across Nation - Tampa Bay Partnership
June 25, 2014 Just weeks after graduation, 16 of the 19 graduates from the inaugural class from the University of South Florida MBA in Sport & Entertainment Management have accepted offers for professional and executive-level industry jobs in the Tampa Bay and across the nation.

Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship Recipients to Study Abroad in China
June 16, 2014 Two College of Business students have been awarded the chance to study abroad as Gilman Scholars this summer. Michelle Tjahjono and Austin-James Cox will study Chinese language and culture with the USF Chinese Learning in the Culture: Tier 1 program.

Business leaders discuss international trade at USF
June 12, 2014 "Exports are the key to economic prosperity. What you're doing here is so important to our state," said Moez Limayem, dean of the USF College of Business, as he welcomed the attendees. "Here at USF, we're so proud to make global impact and business engagement our strategic priorities."

Marketing instructor wins national AMA award
May 21, 2014 At the annual AMA conference held in New Orleans in April, Solomon was presented with the Hugh. G. Wales Outstanding Advisor of the Year Award, given to only two advisors nationwide.

Retailers offering big discounts for Memorial Day weekend - ABC Action News
May 20, 2014 Stores typically try to move seasonal items out of their inventory and into the hands of customers, said University of South Florida assistant professor of marketing Rob Hooker said.

Political ads hit the web for Fla. governor's race - WFLA
May 16, 2014 Web ads can be cheaper, offer a way to link to a place to donate and give campaigns the opportunity to see who is watching and clicking on them, said Robert Hooker, assistant professor of marketing at the University of South Florida.

Morgan Family Makes $8 Million Gift to benefit USF Athletics, Colleges of Business and Marine Science
May 15, 2014 George '76 and Jane Morgan have had a life-long love affair with the University of South Florida. Now, thanks to a deferred gift, they've ensured that their passion for George's alma mater will be felt long after they are gone.

New Study: Paid-For Analyst Reports Can Benefit Investors - AccountingWeb
May 12, 2014 Recently published research by three accounting professors found that reports from paid-for stock analysts offer nearly the same relevant information to investors as reports from sell-side firms.

Talk Back Florida: The Fight Against Ovarian Cancer - News Talk Florida
May 12, 2014 Cyber security and keeping your data and smartphone information safe was also part of the conversation. Sri Sridharan, Managing Director of the new cyber security department/degree program at USF gave us some practical safety tips.

Student Healthcare Innovators Do Battle 'Shark Tank' Style - WUSF
May 7, 2014 Twelve teams of students from eight Florida universities recently faced off at the Second Annual State of Florida Healthcare Innovation Competition to determine whose medical technology reigned supreme -- and the winners walked away with $10,000.

Grants allow ISDS Department, School of Accountancy to expand undergraduate programs
May 7, 2014 Two new grants from the State of Florida will help information systems and accounting students at USF take smaller classes, learn more, and, ideally, graduate in less time.

'Breakfast with a CIO' event brings banking executive to tech community
May 5, 2014 JPMorgan Chase moves more money every day than the GDP of the United Kingdom, about $5 trillion daily -- but it's not the dollar bills we typically carry in our wallets.

Family of Grads, Retiring Announcer among USF Commencement Highlights - WUSF News
May 2, 2014 In addition to the "to selfie or not to selfie" debate, there are a number of other stories making news at this weekend's University of South Florida Spring Commencement - including a family of graduates, a former migrant worker turned educator, and a USF professor whose voice is recognizable to thousand of alumni.

Healthcare Innovation Competition - WUSF
May 2014 It's "Shark Tank" – USF style – as students from eight Florida colleges recently faced off at the University of South Florida to see who created the most innovative healthcare technology.

FICCI-IIFA Global Business Forum Highlights Growing Indo-U.S. Business Relationships - Tampa Bay Partnership
April 30, 2014 The stars of Indian film, politics, and business, along with leaders in those arenas in the U.S., all came together for the FICCI-IIFA Global Business Forum in Tampa last week.

Clippers face crisis management as sponsors flee owner Sterling - Chicago Tribune
April 29, 2014 The National Basketball Association must focus on its relationships with sponsors as it investigates comments attributed to Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling, according to a crisis manager.

Clippers See Sponsors Flee as NBA Investigates Owner Remarks - Bloomberg Businessweek
April 29, 2014 The Los Angeles Clippers lost four sponsors and a half-dozen more suspended deals as the National Basketball Association called a news conference to address racist comments attributed to team owner Donald Sterling.

On The Agenda - The Ledger
April 26, 2014 There will be an "Ask-the-Experts" session, a counselor from the Small Business Development Center at the University of South Florida and a social media discussion.

FICCI-IIFA speaker Sajan Pillai: 'Technology is the new oil' - Tampa Bay Business Journal
April 25, 2014 Presenters at the FICCI-IIFA Global Business Forum Friday morning expressed enthusiasm about the climate for business and the possibilities of technology, despite the economic troubles of recent years.

FICCI-IIFA forum panel: Enticing tourists from overseas - Tampa Bay Business Journal
April 25, 2014 Luring international visitors is one of the most significant challenges tourism marketers face, as it requires convincing people to travel great distances to experience a destination.

FDA proposes broad rules for e-cigarettes - Tampa Bay Times
April 24, 2014 The Food and Drug Administration on Thursday proposed sweeping new regulations for electronic cigarettes, including a ban on sales to anyone under 18, in the first step toward oversight of a fast-growing industry untouched for years by federal rules.

IIFA business forum promote trade ties between U.S., India - Tampa Bay Times
April 24, 2014 More than 250 people gathered for the Global Business Forum at the Tampa Convention Center to discuss ways to strengthen the countries' trade and business relationship.

Bollywood means business, forum told - Tampa Bay Times
April 24, 2014 The International Indian Film Academy got down to business - the economic kind - on Thursday during a forum to promote ties between the United States and India.

New partnership gives students global business experience
May 1, 2014 Florida's economy has always been dependent on the beaches and sunny skies that bring tourists from all over the world. But with seasonal ups and downs and economic uncertainty taking its toll on disposable incomes, Florida businesses have diversified to meet other global demands.

FICCI-IIFA Global Business Forum 2014
April 28, 2014 The stars of Indian film, politics, and business, along with leaders in those arenas in the U.S., all came together for the FICCI-IIFA Global Business Forum in Tampa last week.

News roundup for Food Texture Study
April 22, 2014 Marketing professor Dipayan Biswas has a forthcoming article in the Journal of Consumer Research.

How Food Texture Influences Your Calorie Intake - Women's Health
April 21, 2014 According to a new study, people perceive foods that are hard or rough to have fewer calories—meaning they might consume more of those foods regardless of their actual nutritional value.

The Snacking Trick You Fall For - Men's Health
April 21, 2014 Soft foods, soft stomach? Unless you're focused on counting calories, you tend to mindlessly munch more food if you're eating something with a smooth or soft texture, shows new research from the University of South Florida.

USF Student Innovation - Bay News 9
April 21, 2014 Desmond Williams, co-founder of the USF Student Innovation Incubator speaks about the program.

UCF Students Take First Place in USF Innovation Pitch Competition - Florida Blue
April 21, 2014 A device that will help provide a more sanitary restroom experience for females took first place April 7 in the second annual Innovation Pitch competition, a partnership between Florida Blue and the University of South Florida Center for Entrepreneurship.

Advertising students give their all to national competition
April 18, 2014 For more than two decades, USF has been sending students to the National Student Advertising Competition, which asks students to spend a year coming up with a multimillion dollar campaign for a national sponsor client.

Chewing the fat away? How dieters perceive crunchier foods as low-calorie - Daily Mail
April 18, 2014 Dieters are more likely to pick crunchy foods over soft snacks because they believe they are better for the waistline, according to a new study.

5 studies you may have missed - CNN Health
April 18, 2014 Here's a roundup of five medical studies published this week that might give you new insights into your health, mind and body.

People perceive food that is either hard or has a rough texture to have fewer calories, study finds - IBN Live
April 17, 2014 "We studied the link between how a food feels in your mouth and the amount we eat, the types of food we choose, and how many calories we think we are consuming," researchers said.

Judge A Food By Its Texture And Risk Being Wrong - Fast Company
April 16, 2014 Texture counts for a lot when we eat. New research, in the Journal of Consumer Research, says people assume that "hard" foods, such as raw vegetables, have fewer calories than "soft" foods, such as ice-cream.

Crunchy or Smooth? Food's Texture May Sway Perception of Calories - U.S. News & World Report
April 16, 2014 Creamy butter or ice cream versus a crunchy granola bar: A new study suggests that the texture of foods influences people's dieting choices.

Food texture affects our calorie intake - The Times of India
April 16, 2014 According to the study, people perceive food that are either hard or have a rough texture to have fewer calories.

Food's Texture May Sway Perception of Calories - WebMD
April 16, 2014 When study participants were thinking about calories, they ate more of the crunchier items, less of the soft

How Food Texture Influences Our Perception Of Calories - Huffington Post
April 16, 2014 Everyone knows that crunchy carrot sticks are a less-caloric choice than, say, mashed potatoes loaded with cream and butter. And a new study shows just how the texture of these foods might also help us to discern the calorie estimations.

How Food Texture Affects Your Calorie Intake - Shape
April 16, 2014 Next time you are snacking on a handful of nuts, be sure to portion them out: According to new research published in the Journal of Consumer Research, people perceive foods that are either hard or have a rough texture to have fewer calories.

Here's How a Food's Texture May Make You Eat More (or Less!) - Glamour
April 16, 2014 There are the crunchy foods you love and the creamy foods you love...and now new research is suggesting that those very textures may influence your perception as to how many calories are in each.

Ejemplo de superación y constancia sin límites - Centro Tampa
April 10, 2014 Giampiero Fuentes recuerda que su primera 'incursión' en los negocios ocurrió cuando tenía 6 o 7 años de edad. No era algo muy complicado: venderle a los amigos de barrio las historietas y revistas que coleccionaba.

Wall Street recruiter and USF alumna speaks with students about her career path
April 9, 2014 Now the executive director for finance analyst and associate programs for JPMorgan Chase in New York City, the two-time USF College of Business alumna recently told a group of USF finance students that she owes her career to three things: hard work, luck, and sponsors who believed in her potential.

State of Florida Healthcare Innovation Competition offers students $10,000 prize
April 4, 2014 What do a grocery store, Google Glass apps, and a motorized surgical device have in common? They're all inventions by Florida university students designed to meet a need in the healthcare industry.

5 speakers you have to see at the IIFA Global Business Forum - Tampa Bay Business Journal
April 2, 2014 The forum, an initiative of the International Indian Film Academy and the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry, is scheduled at the Tampa Convention Center April 24-25. It will coincide with the 2014 IIFA Weekend & Awards, also known as the "Bollywood Oscars."

Global Business Forum April 24-25 - Building Bridges to Indian Business - KhaasBaat
April 2014 Many people know that Tampa Bay's port is easily linked to rapidly expanding markets in Central and South America, but did you know that, in 2012, India was the Tampa Port Authority's largest export destination?

Business leaders booked, registration open for FICCI-IIFA business forum - Tampa Bay Business Journal
March 24, 2014 Expect a who's who of Indian business leaders, including CEOs, technologists and ambassadors, to speak at the FICCI-IIFA Global Business Forum, the business forum and expo scheduled at the Tampa Convention Center April 24-25, in conjunction with the 2014 International Indian Film Academy awards.

After Bollywood glitz, Tampa Bay aims to deepen ties with India - Tampa Bay Times
March 19, 2014 We're just a month or so away from the Bollywood Oscars, a multiday extravaganza here that culminates in a high-glitz, hyper-fun awards show set for Raymond James Stadium before an expected live audience of 35,000 and global viewers estimated at an astonishing 800 million.

Indian influence boosts local economy - Tampa Tribune
March 16, 2014 Locally, Florida had the six largest groups of Indians among all states; in Hillsborough and four adjoining counties, the 2010 census reports 27,939 people of Indian descent.

Starting Your Business class offered - News Sun
March 16, 2014 "Starting Your Business" is a free seminar presented by the Small Business Development Center at University of South Florida.

People And Changes - The Ledger
March 16, 2014 The Florida Small Business Development Center of the University of South Florida has added two certified business consultants to its Polk County staff.

Achievers - Tampa Tribune
March 16, 2014 Military Times announced the University of South Florida College of Business, Tampa, is No. 9 in its second annual "Best for Vets: Business Schools 2014" rankings, the only Florida school in the top 10.

Study Says Many CEOs are Too Friendly with Audit Committees, Urges SEC Action - CPA Practice Advisor
March 12, 2014 A decade after scandals at Enron, Worldcom, and other companies dramatized the need for improved corporate financial monitoring, this critical regulatory challenge remains in essential ways unmet, new research suggests.

Center for Cybersecurity - WUSF
March 12, 2014 A group of faculty and executives at USF would like to see the Tampa Bay area become that kind of pioneering region when it comes to the rapidly growing field of cybersecurity — and they're hoping the university will lead the way.

USF College of Business ranked ninth for veterans
March 10, 2014 For military veterans seeking a business education, the University of South Florida College of Business is now among the top 10 programs for veterans in the nation.

Generalizations are offensive to marketing programs, students - SportsBusiness Journal
March 10, 2014 I have always had the philosophy that there is something that can be learned from almost anyone or any experience. Thus, I have learned a variety of things from Mark Cuban over the years, some positive and some negative.

Tampa ranks third among best cities for jobs - ABC Action News
March 5, 2014 An online consumer advocacy site has ranked the best 60 cities in America to find jobs, and Tampa placed third behind Washington, D.C. and Fort Worth, Texas.

Learning on the Job - USF Magazine
March 5, 2014 Internships enrich the student experience, preparing students for the workplace.

27th Annual Government Small Business Conference - FOX 13 News
February 28, 2014 Selling to the Government Made Easy "Rebuilding American Businesses"

USF cybersecurity program gets a lot of love from nerds and suits - Tampa Bay Business Journal
February 24, 2014 Amid growing national concerns about cybersecurity, the University of South Florida is positioning itself to take the lead on working with businesses to ward off cyber threats.

CEO talks challenges of citrus industry with students
February 12, 2014 The citrus industry is different from the 1950s when every member of the family had a glass of orange juice with breakfast.

USF students pushing for new Cybersecurity Center - WTSP
February 12, 2014 College students from USF weren't coming home from a bar at 3:30 in the morning Wednesday, they were heading to Tallahassee to make a difference.

Your smart phone and other gadgets, a new frontier for hackers - WFLA
February 11, 2014 Sri Sridharan, the Director of the Center for Cyber security at the University of South Florida says, "If you are using free wi fi at a coffee shop, you're an open book because that's not a secure connection."

Experts: CVS tobacco sales may be "smartest move ever" - WTSP
February 5, 2014 Bold and risky -- that's how marketing experts describe CVS' recent decision to stop selling tobacco products.

Another Major Company Hacked - WTSP
February 1, 2014 In the aftermath of Yahoo's security breach, USF cybersecurity expert Sri Sridharan analyzes why a growing number of major corporations are falling victim to hackers.

USF sees potential in rise of cybersecurity for education and economy - Tampa Bay Times
January 31, 2014 Tampa Bay is learning how to fight back against electronic security breaches such as recent attacks against Yahoo Mail accounts and at leading retailers.

Target credit card breach breeds worry - Tampa Bay Times
January 31, 2014 In the end, the cost of security breaches will be passed on to consumers in the form of increased prices and credit cards fees, said Sajeev Varki, an associate marketing professor at the University of South Florida. Everyone will pay a few cents more as the cost of doing business on plastic.

"Shark Tank" gives would-be entrepreneurs a practice pitch
January 31, 2014 Like the popular show "Shark Tank," USF's first event of the same name on Jan. 21 gave students the chance to get their business ideas in front of professionals who invest money in promising ventures.

Executive MBA speaker series brings business leaders to the classroom
January 31, 2014 The Executive MBA Distinguished Speaker Series brings in well-known business leaders to speak exclusively with the program's students about what the leaders learned in their career journeys and how it applies to the students' own burgeoning executive careers.

What students have to say about the USF Bulls Business Community - YouTube
January 31, 2014 Freshman students have a terrific living-learning opportunity with the Bulls Business Community, home to 105 business majors and located in USF's newest residence hall.

Infosys executive chairman to present at IIFA business forum - Tampa Bay Business Journal
January 28, 2014 Narayana Murthy, co-founder and executive chairman of Indian IT giant Infosys, is scheduled to appear at a business forum during the International Indian Film Academy Weekend & Awards.

Architects' billing boost may indicate more big construction projects - Bradenton Herald
January 28, 2014 Area architecture offices are designing more buildings and hiring more people as they buck a national trend in the commercial design and construction industry.

University of South Florida MBA Sport Management - YouTube
January 21, 2014 The University of South Florida teamed up with the Tampa Bay Lightning and FOX Sports Florida for a unique partnership with the university's MBA program.

'Starting Your Business' seminar set - newssun.com
January 21, 2014 From how to determine feasibility and legal structure to the type of license you will need, this class covers all the essentials that will help you get started.

Sport Lecture Series Wrap-Up
January 17, 2014 An ESPN analyst, global CEO, sports search firm partner, and author/professor came to USF this week share their wisdom and insights on the sports industry with students and community members.

ESPN analyst shares career path with USF audience
January 17, 2014 ESPN football analyst Andrew Brandt says his career has been a series of doors closing and opening.

NFL insider talks business to students - The Oracle
January 16, 2014 For a businessman in the NFL, climbing the hierarchy isn't as simple and clean-cut as other office jobs.

Women's Tennis CEO shares challenges of global brand
January 16, 2014 "(The WTA) can't be the best in sports," Allaster said. "We can't beat the NFL. What can we own, how can we be different?"

Sports search firm CEO links relationships, success
January 15, 2014 Eastman & Beaudine CEO Bob Beaudine recently told a crowd who came to hear him speak on the business of sports to send a text message to the most important person in their life.

USF Opens Incubator to Hatch Students' Businesses - WUSF
January 14, 2014 Members of the incubator and other USF-backed companies were on display as part of USF CONNECT's S BEAT (Building Entrepreneurship Around Tampa) event.

USF Lectures Break Down the Business of Sports - WUSF
January 13, 2014 Doctor Bill Sutton, Director of the USF Sport and Entertainment Management Program, talks to WUSF's Mark Schreiner about the USF Sports Lecture Series.

Sports lecture series to offer industry, professional insight this week - The Oracle
January 13, 2014 For students preparing to enter the job market in the next few years, several top professionals will speak on campus this week, sharing their advice from working in the sports and business industries through a sports lecture series.

Tampa Bay Ambassador: Irene Hurst, USF College of Business - Tampa Bay Partnership
January 9, 2014 Irene Hurst first set foot in the United States in 1984 when she landed in Tampa Bay to attend the University of South Florida (USF).

USF Sports Lecture Series Features ESPN Analyst, CEOs, Influential Authors
January 8, 2014 Free lecture series brings top speakers to region

Cybersecurity Trends - Bay News 9
January 8, 2014 Sri Sridharan, director of the USF-based Florida Center for Cybersecurity, discusses current and future trends in cybersecurity.

Online shipping will never be 100% on time - CNN Money
December 27, 2013 Building up infrastructure to meet a level of service that's demanded only a few days each year doesn't make sense.

What we can learn from holiday shipping delays - WFLA
December 26, 2013 UPS workers across the country, including here in the Bay area, continued to work Thursday to deliver packages that were promised to people by Christmas but didn't make it.

University of South Florida Grows its Online Program Presence - Broadway World
December 23, 2013 The University of South Florida is proud to announce additions to its partnership with Colloquy to support two new online programs – an online MBA with a Concentration in Sport Business and an online Graduate Certificate in Business Foundations.

Security expert: Target shoppers should cancel cards - WTSP
December 20, 2013 It didn't take long Thursday to find some of the estimated 40 million potential victims of the Target credit card security breach.

Empiecen a Exportar para Obtener Mayores Ganancias - Tampa Bay Business Journal
December 19, 2013 Our first column, "Start exporting to generate higher profits," is by Eileen Rodriguez, regional director of the Florida Small Business Development Center at the University of South Florida.

New online-only degrees offer students flexibility
December 18, 2013 "These new programs make a USF business degree accessible to students who may not have the flexibility to complete an on-campus degree program," said Kaushal Chari, associate dean of the College of Business.

Students take real-world lessons from class competition
December 17, 2013 When Donna Davis joined USF as an associate professor this fall, she decided to bring a favorite teaching tool with her: a global competition that would help her students develop real-life business skills in the classroom.

Dr. Bill Sutton Talks about USF's online MBA with a Concentration in Sport Business program - YouTube
December 11, 2013 Dr. Bill Sutton discusses the University of South Florida's online MBA with a Concentration in Sport Business program.

Study: CEOs Have Too Many Friends on the Audit Committee - AccountingToday
December 10, 2013 These friendships, according to the study, "have a significant negative impact on corporate financial integrity, fostering earnings manipulation, low levels of audit effort, concealment of financial distress, and cover-ups of internal-control weaknesses."

USF entrepreneurship alumni give back
December 10, 2013 When Jennifer Sineway and her colleagues in USF's entrepreneurship master's degree program graduated from USF in 2011, they decided they didn't want their USF and community involvement to end there.

Happy Holidays from the College of Business
December 6, 2013 The University of South Florida College of Business extends its warmest holiday greetings to our students, faculty, staff, alumni, donors, corporate partners, and friends.

Amazon's Drone Plan - Fox 13
December 2, 2013 Amazon's drone flew in to the news just in time for CyberMonday.

Business schools need to throw away the rule book - Tampa Tribune
December 1, 2013 Today's students are not like previous generations. They don't remember life before social media and an always-on world.

Entrepreneur Speaks to New Venture Class
November 26, 2013 Recently, students studying entrepreneurship had a chance to hear from serial inventor Ron Klein, the inventor behind the magnetic strip on billions of credit cards worldwide, as part of the final meeting of Sean Lux's new venture formation class.

New business incubator encourages student entrepreneurship
November 26, 2013 A new Student Innovation Incubator, a partnership between the USF Center for Entrepreneurship and USF Connect, will help aspiring entrepreneurs take their business ideas from concept to reality.

Citi seminar prepares students for success
November 25, 2013 Anti-money laundering expertise might seem like a specialized skill, but for many students in the National & Competitive Intelligence Program, the knowledge they gained from a summer seminar with Citi has helped make them marketable in whatever career fields they choose.

USF accounting students participate in Great American Teach-In
November 25, 2013 Do get an internship. Don't post party pictures on Facebook. Don't skip class. Do figure out what motivates you.

Board of Governors OKs USF cybersecurity center - Tampa Tribune
November 21, 2013 The state university system's Board of Governors has signed off on a proposal to create an ambitious Florida Center for Cybersecurity on the University of South Florida campus.

Bulls Business Community Connects to Tampa International Airport
November 21, 2013 Students from the Bulls Business Community met with senior Tampa International Airport management during an exclusive tour of the airport's facilities on Friday.

USF plans Center for Cybersecurity - Tampa Bay Business Journal
November 20, 2013 The University of South Florida is proposing the creation a Florida Center for Cybersecurity, a national center of research on the increasingly important topic.

Scripps Networks Interactive Names Senior Vice President of Investor Relations - MarketWatch
November 19, 2013 A certified public accountant, Gallentine holds a Master of Business Administration degree from Georgia State University, and a Bachelor of Science in accounting from the University of South Florida.

Office of Student Success
November 19, 2013 The new Office of Student Success at the USF College of Business focuses on the value students can add to their degrees outside of the classroom as well as within it.

Incubator to help USF students launch businesses - Tampa Tribune
November 19, 2013 Some of the shining stars of the University of South Florida's entrepreneurship push – including the purple-clad Megabyte and Sublimation, superheroes who are educating youngsters while saving the world from the evil Dr. Entropy – joined school officials Tuesday in launching the Student Innovation Incubator on the Tampa campus.

USF poised to create Florida cybersecurity center - WFLA
November 19, 2013 Cyberattacks reported by federal agencies have grown nearly 800 percent in the past six years.

USF poised to create Florida cybersecurity center - Tampa Tribune
November 19, 2013 USF officials will appear before the state university system Board of Governors today to pitch the creation of a Florida Center for Cybersecurity at the Tampa campus, an organization called for by Gov. Rick Scott and the Legislature to put the state at the forefront of the growing field.

How to Increase Revenue, Add Stability to Your Practice - MPR
November 18, 2013 To make a business successful, entrepreneurs should spend about 60% of their time servicing customers.

Part-time MBA tops state in Bloomberg rankings - The Oracle
November 18, 2013 USF's part-time MBA program was ranked first of Florida state universities, No. 16 of public universities and No. 36 of public and private universities by Bloomberg Businessweek last Thursday.

Hall of Fame nod to Emeritus Professor - PhD Project
November 18, 2013 Mimi is a tireless mentor advising her own and her 'adopted' PhD Project doctoral students. Through her efforts and presence—in addition to passion and big heart—she has paved the way for women (and men) of color in the Academy.

'Starting Your Business' seminar set - newssun.com
November 17, 2013 You've got the idea. Now you need to know how get on your way. "Starting Your Business" is a class that teaches just that.

USF could become a hub for cybersecurity training - Tampa Bay Times
November 16, 2013 The modern shootout between good and evil is happening on a new battlefield.

Young CEOs share stories of business challenge, success, personal growth - Tallahassee.com
November 14, 2013 It was a day Carley Ochs still recalls with a mix of first disappointment, then elation. Ochs, founder and CEO of the jewelry company Bourbon and Boweties, had her first appointment with a retail store in Charleston, S.C. She got there four hours late.

In Tampa, USF's part-time MBA program ranks high in state, nation - Tampa Bay Times
November 14, 2013 The University of South Florida's part-time MBA is the top program among Florida's 12 state universities, and No. 16 among public schools in the nation, says a new ranking released by Bloomberg Businessweek.

USF part-time MBA program ranked first in state - Tampa Bay Times
November 14, 2013 The University of South Florida's part-time MBA program has been ranked first among Florida's public universities by Bloomberg Businessweek, university officials said Thursday.

Orlando Magic exec talks financing with students
November 8, 2013 Sports teams can be an economic boon to communities -- but often, they need the support of their communities to be able to succeed.

Students raise $2K using paperclip - The Oracle
November 7, 2013 A paperclip is primarily used to hold papers together, but some students in the College of Business think it just may be able to hold a community together.

USF, Tampa partner with Brazil - The Oracle
November 5, 2013 A few weeks ago, the team from Tampa met with Brazilian officials to sign an agreement to make Porto Alegre the ninth sister city to Tampa.

Three alternatives are proving successful for team ticket sales - SportsBusiness Journal
November 4, 2013 Selling and buying have always existed in one form or another. As society has developed, and as technology has evolved and influenced everything that we do, we have always searched for the next best way to reach our customers and sell more effectively.

Jabil CEO talks leadership and success with EMBA students
November 1, 2013 "Customers think, 'I don't see a Jabil on a shelf, I can't go out and buy a Jabil,'" CEO Mark Mondello said recently, when he came to campus to speak to USF Executive MBA students.

Alumni flock to data-driven event
October 30, 2013 About 250 alumni and other guests gathered at the College of Business on Oct. 25 to learn more about data-driven decisions -- from the lessons Boston Market's Chief Brand Officer took back from her experience on the "Undercover Boss" TV show, to a panel discussion with top-level executives on how they use data in their jobs.

'Undercover Boss' Sara Bittorf speaks at College of Business - The Oracle
October 28, 2013 As part of Homecoming activities, the College of Business went "undercover" Friday afternoon, hosting a lecture by Sara Bittorf.

Campeones del estudio - Centro Tampa
October 24, 2013 Educación es poder. Marcos González (izq) y Alvaro Ruiz, son parte de una generación de alumnos hispanos con sed de triunfos.

USF relationship with T. Rowe Price spurs student success
October 22, 2013 Recently, some of USF's best and brightest students were given the opportunity to travel to Baltimore and meet with executives at T. Rowe Price's corporate headquarters.

Marketing Professor Fulfills Dream In Bull Run
October 21, 2013 When Andy Artis' son ran with the bulls in Pamplona six years ago on his 21st birthday, the USF associate professor of marketing was proud, but also a little envious.

Sun State President Discusses Career Journey
October 21, 2013 Rising through the ranks of International Harvester (now Navistar) in the 1980s and 1990s, Oscar Horton faced post-civil rights era prejudices.

USF Alumnus On Front Edge Of Education
October 21, 2013 "You need to be a decorator crab," Marshall said, comparing professional development to the crab's survival mechanism. "Take what you need along the journey that helps you conduct the journey."

USF College of Business Goes "Undercover" with Speaking Event
October 21, 2013 The first executive to ever fire someone on the hit CBS show "Undercover Boss," along with other senior-level industry executives, will speak to University of South Florida business alumni as part of an event focusing on how companies can collect and use information to make better business decisions.

USF Looks At Adding Cybersecurity Program - WFLA.com
October 18, 2013 Whether it's getting your credit card account hacked, or the National Security Agency spying on everyday people, cybersecurity is becoming one of the biggest jobs in information technology.

How Latin America Kills Small Businesses -- But How Obama Might Help Them - WRLN.org
October 16, 2013 Liliana Arevalo helps run a small company in El Salvador that makes artisanal wines. She has received technical assistance from SBNA-related groups.

How to Increase Revenue, Stability in a Practice - Renal & Urology News
October 16, 2013 To make a business successful, entrepreneurs should spend about 60% of their time servicing customers. The other 40% should be focused on administrative tasks such as human resources and accounting, according to Mario Iezzoni, certified business analyst at the Small Business Development Center at University of South Florida.

Congress, shutdown turn Grinch, slow holiday spending plans - Tampa Tribune
October 16, 2013 Some in the retail industry fear the government stalemate will raise fears among consumers, and lead to less spending over the holidays.

White Cloud Electronic Cigarettes Partners with USF for Research Study - Fox 25 48, La Crosse - Eau Claire
October 15, 2013 White Cloud Electronic Cigarettes is pleased to announce the signing of a research partnership agreement with the University of South Florida's (USF) Marketing Department.

Local and National Experts Come Together to Help Develop USF Cybersecurity Program
October 15, 2013 Discussion to focus on how USF can fill needs and create local jobs in the high-demand field.

5 things you need to know happening in Florida on Tuesday, October 15 - ABC Action News
October 15, 2013 The University of South Florida is hosting a discussion on Tuesday to help develop a Cybersecurity Program for the school.

5 things you need to know happening in Florida on Tuesday, October 15 - ABC Action News Television
October 15, 2013 The University of South Florida is hosting a discussion on Tuesday to help develop a Cybersecurity Program for the school.

ObamaCare launches, small businesses scramble - MyFox Tampa Bay
October 2, 2013 Many small business owners ventured into new territory Tuesday, having to offer their employees health insurance but wondering where to get their questions answered.

'Geeks' have their day at BarCamp Tampa Bay - Tampa Tribune
September 28, 2013 Saturday's BarCamp Tampa Bay gave the tech-minded a chance to mingle with like-minded geeks at the University of South Florida.

USF Students at Infosys - SPAN
September 25, 2013 Infosys founder and Executive Chairman N.R. Narayana Murthy met with students and faculty from the University of South Florida at Bangalore as part of a study abroad partnership program between the Tampa-based university and Infosys.

USF Entrepreneurship Program in National Rankings
September 20, 2013 USF's graduate program is the only Florida university included in the new rankings of the nation's best entrepreneurship education programs.

The Princeton Review & Entrepreneur Magazine Name The Top 50 Schools For Entrepreneurship Programs - CNBC
September 19, 2013 The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine announced today the results of The Princeton Review's annual survey that names the schools with the top 25 undergraduate and top 25 graduate entrepreneurship programs in the nation.

Retailers begin Christmas shopping push - WTSP.com
September 17, 2013 The calendar might say September and Halloween is still more than a month away but several major retailers already want you to be thinking about the holiday shopping season.

How a team injects fun, games into sales culture to good result - SportsBusiness Journal
September 16, 2013 The majority of tickets sold for sporting events and teams are probably sold by men and women under 30 years old.

From the fields to the classroom - USF Oracle
September 12, 2013 Migrant field worker becomes rising business student

Distinguished Speaker Series: Dr. Kiran Patel
September 10, 2013 When Dr. Kiran Patel was a boy in Zambia, Africa, his father helped their neighbor, a widow, negotiate down her debt.

Socom hears Syria analyses from USF students - Tampa Tribune
September 8, 2013 Standing before a group of intelligence analysts at U.S. Special Operations Command's MacDill Air Force Base headquarters, Maia offered her analysis of what role special operations forces should take in the bloody two-year-old Syrian civil war.

USF scholarship recipient emerges from humble beginnings - Tampa Bay Times
September 6, 2013 When Marcos Gonzalez walked to the stage to address the other USF College of Business scholarship recipients recently, he wore a fitted suit and tie and carried a bucket of unripened tomatoes on his shoulder.

Gettin' Down To Business: Certify Your Company - MyFox Tampa Bay
September 6, 2013 A new monthly segment with FOX 13, the Small Business Development Center discusses women, minority, and disabled veteran certifications for business.

University Beat: Business Scholarships - WUSF
September 2013 The College of Business recently celebrated the nearly 200 scholarships awarded to its students.

University Beat: Business Scholarships - WUSF Radio
September 2013 The numbers are impressive enough on their own, 190 scholarships totaling $380,000 awarded to College of Business students.

Honor al estudio y preparándose para los negocios - Centro Tampa
August 30, 2013 José Carlos Jarquín y Julio C. Novo no solo comparten el hecho de ser jóvenes, talentosos y estudiantes de origen hispano en la Universidad del Sur de la Florida (USF). Hay más que eso.

USF's Peru program offers unique opportunity
August 27, 2013 Growing up in Peru, Jose Fernandez Alvarez always enjoyed his English classes. And two years ago when his university, Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola in Lima, announced the opportunity to earn a double degree in business administration with both a Spanish and English program, he jumped at the chance.

USF Beta Alpha Psi, advisor receive top awards
August 27, 2013 Accounting instructor Jennifer Cainas and accounting honor society Beta Alpha Psi received top awards at the national Beta Alpha Psi Annual Meeting recently.

Young Bulls in The Big City
August 26, 2013 Some young alumni of the College of Business have ventured to New York City to try their luck in the Big Apple -- with impressive results.

Executive MBA students learn international business firsthand
August 26, 2013 The students studied abroad in China this summer and met with corporate partners there.

Pinellas Hope Service Day
August 26, 2013 "Volunteerism is not only a huge part of our program but of the sports community itself," said student Katie Hatch "It's a big part of what teams do, so it's preparing us for what we'll be in for in the future as well."

USF Hosts Cybersecurity Summit
August 26, 2013 The new Florida Cybersecurity Center at USF recently hosted a cybersecurity summit to discuss issues in the field.

USF Grads Create New Approach To Online Giving - 83 Degrees
August 20, 2013 People interested in charitable giving now have a way to donate to Tampa Bay's hidden gems with complete transparency and assurance that 100 percent of their donation will be used for the intended purpose.

Selig to jumpstart Rays stadium talks - ABC Action News
August 16, 2013 They built it, but they didn't come. The Rays ballpark has been the Tropicana Field of Nightmares as the team sits in second-to-last place in attendance so far this season, a trend that's continued for years.

ISDS ranking reflects program's excellence
August 16, 2013 Undergraduates in the College of Business Information Systems and Decision Sciences department now have confirmation of what they believed all along: USF has one of the best information systems programs in the country.

Industry standouts lead sports into new era of decision-making - SportsBusiness Journal
August 12, 2013 More than 20 years ago when working with a client, I used a regression analysis to explain why certain giveaway items were not driving attendance the way the team thought they were.

Business buzz: Entrepreneur workshop; CS&L rates high; Be Creative teams with PGT - Herald-Tribune
August 9, 2013 Jean Kabongo, assistant professor of management in the College of Business at the University of South Florida, Sarasota-Manatee will discuss entrepreneurship, creativity and why innovation shapes the marketplace as well as how to be innovative.

Business news and notes for Pasco County - Tampa Bay Times
August 9, 2013 The chamber offers free and confidential consultations in partnership with the Small Business Development Center at the University of South Florida.

Julius Davis still learning, even from an exec's chair - Tampa Bay Business Journal
August 2, 2013 Through the USF executive MBA program I'm learning different skills that will improve my leadership abilities for my business as well as in the community.

USF College of Business, DTCC Partner To Further Workforce Development - 83 Degrees
July 30, 2013 With the rapid growth of Tampa Bay's information technology industry creating a need for a highly skilled technical workforce, businesses and academia have an opportunity to work together to create synergies.

Front lines of the future? Business owners age 30 and younger - Tampa Bay Times
July 26, 2013 They are young, creative and adaptable. Experts say they grew up with parents telling them they could do anything only to experience the depth of economic lows with the recession.

Supply chain management: A look back, a look ahead - CSCMP's Supply Chain Quarterly
July 18, 2013 Key events in the past that have made supply chain management what it is today are likely to shape what the profession and discipline will become in the future.

Worries over a Florida boycott - FOX 13 News
July 17, 2013 Thousands of people are taking to social media sites, calling on others to join a "Boycott Florida" movement until the state repeals the "Stand your Ground" law.

MLB's elusive face of the game - ESPN
July 16, 2013 Can one of Tuesday's All-Stars become MLB's version of LeBron James?

NBA's TMBO a launchpad for high-level executives - SportsBusiness Journal
July 15, 2013 In just the past two weeks, Scott O'Neil has been named CEO of the Philadelphia 76ers, Chris Granger has been named president of the Sacramento Kings, and Lou DePaoli has been named chief revenue officer of the New York Mets.

Ask Farnoosh: What's the Right Business School Program for Me? - Yahoo! Finance
July 11, 2013 Irene Hurst, director of MBA programs at the University of South Florida, says prospective MBAs should first consider where they are in their career trajectory. Timing matters.

Ask the Experts: Should Small Business Owners Seek Venture Capital Financing? - CardHub
July 10, 2013 The Great Recession has reinvigorated America's entrepreneurial spirit. As the job market soured during the housing market crisis and ensuing economic swoon, business creation rates soared to record heights.

Incubator aims to nurture events from idea stage to success - SportsBusiness Journal
July 1, 2013 Last month, Higgins launched the Event Development Institute. The concept is the first sports and entertainment event incubator, where potential ideas for startup events and properties are given industry expertise and consulting, financial resources, and access to key partnerships. Think of it as a more altruistic version of "Shark Tank."

Welcome New Faculty!
June 27, 2013 See our new faculty members.

Tampa Bay at a crossroads in nurturing startup culture - Tampa Bay Times
June 15, 2013 Tampa Bay stands at an innovation crossroads. While its emerging startup community exudes enthusiasm, big concerns persist about the long-term viability of this region as a serious hub for entrepreneurs.

SBDC at USF interview on Fox 13 regarding Small Business Environment in Tampa - YouTube
June 5, 2013 Eileen Rodriguez, Regional Director for the Small Business Development Center at the University South Florida's College of Business was interviewed on June 5, 2013 by Fox 13's Russell Rhodes regarding the Small Business climate in Tampa Bay.

Cheerios commercial featuring interracial family draws harsh comments - ABC Action News
June 4, 2013 The joke is that she wanted to make his heart healthy. But the reality is, this ad that ends in "love" has generated a lot of hate.

How safe is your personal password? - WFLA
June 3, 2013 As we get more tied to our technology, passwords are quickly becoming the keys to our lives.

Perfect Pitch - USF Magazine
June 2013 When Casey Henry walked before the panel of judges in the Fintech Business Plan Competition in April, she was unsure about her chances of getting funding for her startup business: a paintball field.

Bi-Lo to buy Sweetbay: sweet or sour deal? - ABC Action News
May 30, 2013 The estimated $267 million sale to Bi-Lo of Jacksonville could lead to possible business growth, according to marketing professor Dip Biswas of USF.

A leap of faith - The Hindu
May 26, 2013 Karthik Chandrasekaran shares his thoughts on the MIS programme at the University of South Florida.

Vietnamese students explore the emergent field of Management Information Systems (MIS) and its career opportunities in the US - Vietweek
May 17, 2013 For students who are passionate about studying in the United States, Education USA is not a strange name.

The Second Annual Tampa Bay Entrepreneurship Gala
May 15, 2013 Wearing offbeat bowties or eccentric jackets in keeping with the night's "creative black tie" theme, the attendees at the Second Annual Tampa Bay Entrepreneurship Gala showed off the creative spirits that made them successful entrepreneurs.

USF business students receive prestigious scholarships
May 15, 2013 Five USF College of Business undergraduate students will be studying abroad this summer on prestigious scholarships.

Paintball plan wins business competition - The Tampa Tribune
May 15, 2013 She was up against executive MBAs, lawyers and engineers pitching services from biomedical waste disposal to feeding the poor. Undergraduate Casey Henry had to sell a panel of entrepreneurs on her passion.

MBA students advise USF Health center on marketing
May 10, 2013 From the Board Room to the Exam Room, Monsour Executive Wellness Center at USF Health

Coca Cola Japan CEO talks about USF MBA
May 10, 2013 Coca Cola Japan CEO Michael Coombs likes to think of himself as a student in the university of life.

Business Honors Program helps great students thrive
May 10, 2013 Although Ambily Joseph graduated this spring after only three years at USF, she doesn't feel like she's missed out on the opportunities college offers.

USF to host healthcare innovation competition
May 9, 2013 Next week, innovators from across the state will gather in downtown Tampa to share their ideas for revolutionizing the quality and delivery of healthcare -- and they may receive a chance to make those ideas reality.

USF Entrepreneurs Face Off for $15K - WUSF
May 1, 2013 If the success of the last two winners of the USF Center for Entrepreneurship 's Fintech Business Plan Competition is any indication, the future may be promising for Casey Henry and South Tampa Paintball .

Elevator Interview - WUSF
April 2013 USF Business students recently took part in a contest where they had sixty seconds—the length of an elevator ride in one of Tampa's tallest buildings—to see who had the best self-pitch.

The Business of Ballroom Dancing - USF News
April 29, 2013 USF students in the College of Business turn to the dance floor to become comfortable in the corporate world.

USF program helps students manage money, debt - Tampa Bay Times
April 28, 2013 Six business students sat in a classroom at the University of South Florida, facing a screen with concern and curiosity. They were ready to graduate, and the reality of the massive amounts of money they'd borrowed was sinking in.

Hernando County business digest - Tampa Bay Times
April 27, 2013 The Florida Small Business Development Center Network is bringing four experts to Hernando County to help serve the growing needs of business owners with free consulting

Pasco business digest for April 28 - Tampa Bay Times
April 27, 2013 The chamber offers free and confidential consultations in partnership with the Small Business Development Center at the University of South Florida.

Living Learning Communities continue to grow on campus - USF Oracle
April 25, 2013 Living Learning Communities (LLCs), or residential communities that focus on either an academic major or a special interest, have sprung up around campus over the past six years and may continue to grow.

USF Student Makes Cosmetics From Moroccan Oil Plant - 83 Degrees
April 23, 2013 In March 2012, Abdelaoui launched Prettymanagement.com, an online solution that allows beauty salon and spa managers to manage their customers, inventory, staff and marketing.

USF students learn business skills through ballroom dancing - Tampa Bay Times
April 16, 2013 When Sade's Smooth Operator came on, the dance teacher clenched his teeth into a grin, pointed both fingers to his cheeks and instructed his class to follow suit. It was, after all, the ultimate job skill.

Sport professionals talk analytics
April 11, 2013 Professionals in the sport and entertainment management industry know that when they tell people what they do for a living, it often seems like a glamorous career to those on the outside, one that conjures images of work hours spent in boxes at baseball games or backstage at concerts.

Elevator Competition
April 11, 2013 Instead of sleeping in like many of their peers, 25 sharply dressed students in dark business suits and conservative shoes headed into downtown Tampa's Regions Bank tower early Saturday morning, mentally rehearsing what they planned to say to an area hiring manager awaiting in the elevators.

AACSB announces new accreditation standards for business schools - Tampa Bay Business Journal
April 10, 2013 For the first time in 10 years, AACSB International, or the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, has recast its standards for business school accreditation.

Florida business schools face new accreditation standards - Tampa Bay Times
April 9, 2013 Young people have lived through the Great Recession, seen banks collapse and corporate leaders hauled away in handcuffs. They've watched the housing bubble burst, their parents endure layoffs and foreclosures. They've entered a world of burgeoning student loans and new technologies.

Ideas Sought Florida Healthcare Innovation Competition, Tampa - 83 Degrees
April 9, 2013 Do you have an idea for a product or service that will help improve healthcare? Maybe you want to improve patient engagement or health provider effectiveness? Submit your innovation to the 2013 First Annual State of Florida Healthcare Innovation Competition.

Balancing content, frequency is central to managing up - Sports Business Journal
April 8, 2013 Managing up is at its very essence a communication strategy and practice for keeping your "boss" informed. The challenge is determining the content (what the boss should know) and the frequency (how often you should be communicating).

Column: Putting brakes on health care costs - Tampa Bay Times
April 7, 2013 With millions of Americans rapidly approaching an age where they will be covered by Medicare and additional millions soon to be insured by the Affordable Care Act, there is no question that government's total expenditures on health care will increase.

USF hosts business plan battle with $15,000 top prize - WFLA.com
April 5, 2013 The University of South Florida Center for Entrepreneurship at the College of Business hosted a unique business plan competition among students Friday.

Paintball business wins entrepreneurial contest at the University of South Florida - Tampa Bay Times
April 5, 2013 Seven groups of entrepreneurs went into the University of South Florida's version of the Shark Tank on Friday. One came out with the top prize — a $15,000 check to help fund their startup.

Undergraduate-owned business wins $15,000
April 5, 2013 If you don't think competitive paintball sounds like a lucrative, innovative business proposition, think again.

Local companies partner with marketing department to close jobs gap
April 5, 2013 Ashley Macaluso, a 2007 marketing grad, has come a long way only to find herself right back where she started – in class at USF. The difference is that this time around she is in front of the class, featured as a guest lecturer representing her employer, Bayshore Solutions.

Fintech partnerships benefit students, company
April 5, 2013 A longtime businessman and serial entrepreneur, Scott Riley used to think of internships as students answering phones or getting coffee over their summer break.

EDC, USF to host real estate workshop - Tampa Bay Business Journal
April 3, 2013 The Tampa Hillsborough Economic Development Corp. and the University of South Florida will present an educational workshop on April 25 highlighting opportunities for commercial real estate professionals through the EDC and USF's College of Business.

USF College of Business Maintains AACSB Accreditation
April 2, 2013 The USF College of Business and School of Accountancy were recognized for excellence this week when the Board of Directors of AACSB International reaffirmed their accreditation,

USF Offers Scholarship for Non-profit Executives to Earn an MBA
March 28, 2013 Applications for the scholarship are due no later than June 1, 2013

USF AMA, advisor receive top awards
March 25, 2013 USF's American Marketing Association received a Silver Chapter Award at the association's awards banquet on Saturday in New Orleans, continuing the student organization's run as a top chapter in North America.

Fintech Nurtures New Generation of USF Student Entrepreneurs - Yahoo! News
March 12, 2013 Fintech believes fostering new generations of business students leads to better prepared graduates and savvier entrepreneurs.

USF's Executive MBA Program Builds Confidence, Careers - Florida Trend
March 11, 2013 With her busy work and family life, Chitty said the structure of the University of South Florida's Executive MBA was the only way she could complete the degree.

Florida's MBA professors are pushing the limits - Florida Trend
March 11, 2013 Professors talk about their approaches to teaching leadership skills.

School of Accountancy programs make top rankings
March 8, 2013 For the first time, the USF School of Accountancy's undergraduate and graduate programs are both ranked in the top 50 accounting programs nationally.

Audiors notice execs' ego, new study by USF instructor finds - Tampa Bay Times
March 4, 2013 By the time Randy Kuhn started living out of a hotel to audit one of the biggest corporate fraud scandals in history, many of the major players already had been handcuffed.

Business Woman - Reachout - WUSF University Beat
March 2013 USF's College of Business recently hosted members of the "Committee of 200," an organization made up of some of the leading women in business.

Citizens Insurance report shows employees watching porn, gambling on the job - ABC Action News
February 28, 2013 "How did these people get hired in the first place? But that being said, they got caught in a net. They're dealing with that catch the best they can," said USF Business Ethics Lecturer Sharon Hanna-West.

Yahoo surprises with work and home news - WFLA-TV, Newschannel 8
February 27, 2013 Workers and tech watchers were buzzing Wednesday on reports that Yahoo will no longer allow employees to work from home, starting this summer.

CEOs Impart Wisdom - USF News
February 27, 2013 Women business leaders, part of the Committee of 200, spent the day sharing experiences and ideas with USF students.

Smith: Tampa Bay community offers a variety of business opportunities for women - Tampa Bay Business Journal
February 26, 2013 Students at the University of South Florida will have the chance to hear top women executives from the Committee of 200 speak at the school on Tuesday.

Female executives talk shop with USF business students - Tampa Bay Times
February 26, 2013 The next class of female CEOs donned crisp suits and gathered in the atrium of the University of South Florida's business school, their peers flip-flopping behind them on the way to class.

Accounting professor finds auditors spot narcissists
February 22, 2013 "Auditors do make that conscious relationship between a narcissistic type of person and fraud," Kuhn said. "Evidence shows those type of individuals believe they're above the law."

Top women executives set to speak at USF - Tampa Bay Business Journal
February 20, 2013 Roughly 20 women CEOs and other top executives from the Committee of 200 will speak to students at the University of South Florida on Feb. 26.

Nation's Top Women in Business to Share Expertise with USF Students - Tampa Bay Newswire
February 20, 2013 Aspiring business leaders from the University of South Florida will get an opportunity to work directly with some of the most successful women executives in the country during an event on Tuesday, Feb. 26.

Workshop targets one-stop shop for small businesses - Tampa Bay Online
February 15, 2013 Tampa City Councilwoman Lisa Montelione would like to give Scott and the rest of Tampa's small-business owners a hand in tough economic times.

Former professor gives $100,000 to Business Honors Program
February 15, 2013 Former Management Professor Dick Dutton donated $100,000 to the program, saying he wanted to be a part of a new program that could use additional funding to make its mark on the university.

Mixing Love & Business: Tips to Owning a Business with Someone you Love - SBDC Tampa Bay
February 14, 2013 Unless you're mixing love and business, cash flow projections, feasibility analyses and marketing plans aren't in the typical date night convo.

SBDC gets $50,000 grant to help businesses
February 13, 2013 "Wells Fargo chose the Small Business Development Center as a recipient because its small business training and consulting helps entrepreneurs create the jobs needed in order for people to become homeowners," Wells Fargo Regional President Carl Miller said.

USF program helps women lead the team - My Fox Tampa Bay
February 11, 2013 When Jamie Grant looked around the room, she couldn't believe it. "I was shocked when I saw how many women are in the program," said Grant, a student in the new Sport and Entertainment Management MBA program at USF.

Fintech Business Plan Competition Seeks Student Entrepreneurs
February 11, 2013 USF student-entrepreneurs looking for cashflow to get their startup companies off the ground don't have to look far.

USF accountancy school earns top ranking - Tampa Bay Business Journal
February 7, 2013 The University of South Florida School of Accountancy has been ranked first in the nation in the accounting information system field.

USF School of Accountancy receives top rank in accounting information systems research - USF Research & Innovation
February 7, 2013 The University of South Florida's School of Accountancy is ranked first in the nation in the accounting information systems field, with its faculty leading the way in research at the intersection of accounting and information technology.

10th Coalition on Intercollegiate Athletics Sparks Faculty Discussion
February 7, 2013 More than 50 faculty representatives from various universities recently sat down at USF with officials from the NCAA and worked to ensure that college athletics don't detract from the university's academic mission.

Amphitheatre needs a new name - WTSP.com
February 5, 2013 So why are companies willing to pay big bucks to put their name on a building? USF Marketing Professor Dip Biswas says it's a way to gain name recognition and advertise, without hitting people over the head.

USF researcher examines why people text and drive - WFLA-TV, Newschannel 8
January 31, 2013 A researcher at the University of South Florida believes it's going to take more than a ban on texting behind the wheel to actually keep people from doing it.

Distinguished speakers make USF appearances
January 22, 2013 A full slate of business leaders will appear at the USF College of Business this spring to share their business expertise, life lessons, and personal wisdom with students.

Fifth Annual Elevator Competition approaching
January 16, 2013 For the fifth year, the College of Business is sending its students to the elevators -- literally.

Corporate Mentor Program spurs student success
January 16, 2013 Corporate Mentor Program Director J.R. Haworth said not only did these students have job offers upon graduating, but many of them students had multiple companies hoping to hire them at above-average salaries.

Leading businesswomen coming to USF
January 15, 2013 Nearly two dozen of the world's top women in business will be coming to USF's College of Business February 26 to share their expertise with USF students in a series of of breakout sessions highlighting the positive aspects of a business career.

Dell Executive Teaches Innovation
January 11, 2013 "Customers don't know what they don't know," Stikeleather said. "You can do all kinds of market surveys, and you'll never innovate if you do that."

ANALYSIS-NHL-Winning Stanley Cup may be easier than winning back fans - Yahoo! Sports
January 7, 2013 "I don't think there will be a backlash but I do think there will be some apathy," Sutton told Reuters. "I think some people are already over it, they've moved on, spent their money, spent their time, made their commitments.

USF's new business dean will speak to New Tampa Rotarians - Tampa Bay Online
January 3, 2013 Moez Limayem, the University of South Florida's new dean of the College of Business, will be the featured speaker at the Jan. 4 gathering of the Rotary Club of New Tampa.

FedEx CIO Offers Insight into Future of Technology
January 3, 2013 FedEx Chief Information Officer Rob Carter said the technology boom of this century is only beginning.

Online Masters - WUSF University Beat
January 2013 USF is offering a pair of new Master's degrees: one in electrical engineering and another in management information sciences.

Creating Your Own Job: Preparing for the Unexpected - Tampa Bay Community Net
Dec 27, 2012 Watch video on YouTube

USF professor charts local house prices
December 12, 2012 USF Professor Greg Smersh knows the ins and outs of Florida's complex and high-profile real estate market.

Professor receives teaching award
December 12, 2012 Professor Rick Kelso says his experience in business reminds him that in this line of work, the student is the customer.

Verizon teams up with marketing students
December 10, 2012 Looking to a target market for fresh ideas, Verizon FiOS turned to USF students for inspiration.

Cancer researcher finds business acumen with USF MBA
December 7, 2012 Jillaina Menth said she cried every day her first semester in the MBA program.

New convenience stores could bring gas price wars - MyFox Tampa Bay
December 3, 2012 USF marketing professor Dip Biswas says a gasoline price war could break out because of the new stores, but they like that.

Best day for holiday shopping is later in the season; buy gifts after December 17 - ABC Action News
November 27, 2012 Biswas, with USF's Marketing department, says if you procrastinate until December 17, the final week before Christmas, it may save you money.

Getting to know USF Dean of College of Business Moez Limayem with this week's 10 questions for? - ABC Action News
November 27, 2012 This week we hear from a dean at one of the biggest universities in the U.S. and among the top three in Florida: Dean of USF College of Business Moez Limayem.

Malls follow major retailers' lead and open at midnight on Black Friday - Tampa Bay Times
November 21, 2012 First the major retailers got an early jump on Black Friday. Now the rest of the mall is joining the party.

Power of Gratitude: Giving Thanks - Gulfport Patch
November 21, 2012 Thanksgiving is the time to focus on gratitude, giving and the tradition of sharing. Gratitude has the power to heal, energize and give hope.

Teams looking closer at secondary ticket market - Hawaii News Now
November 21, 2012 A few hours before Michael Bourn stepped into the batter's box for Jeff Locke's first pitch, there were 23 tickets listed on StubHub.com for 15 cents or less.

Is Black Friday starting too early? - ABC Action News
November 20, 2012 If you have been paying attention to those Black Friday TV ads, you may notice a trend. Some of the big sales actually begin Thursday.

The dark side of earlier Black Friday: Millions of workers miss Thanksgiving with family - ABC Action News
November 20, 2012 By one count, over 2 million people have signed online petitions asking Target to reverse their decision to open at 9 PM Thursday.

Black Friday or Black Thursday? - The Bradenton Times
November 20, 2012 University of South Florida marketing professors in the College of Business see a trend in which this year's Thanksgiving Day deals could become the norm.

Ellis Levin | Forensic accountant, 65 - Philadelphia Inquirer
November 16, 2012 In the arcane world of accounting irregularities and audit failures, Mr. Levin was widely considered a whiz, driven by a passion to "get at the truth," as his family put it.

Management Instructor Receives Undergraduate Teaching Award
November 15, 2012 Management Instructor Rick Kelso was presented with the university-wide Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award on Wednesday morning by Vice Provost Kofi Glover, Associate Dean Jacqueline Reck, and Management Department Chair Sally Fuller. Congratulations!

Raymond James COO Shares Advice with Students
November 15, 2012 When Raymond James Chief Operating Officer Dennis Zank told his father that he wanted to go to college, the response wasn't one most young people would hope for.

Facebook stock jumps as lockup expires - USA Today
November 14, 2012 Shares of Facebook (FB) rose sharply Wednesday, surprising some investors, who expected the stock to fall after 777 million more shares were unlocked, allowing employees to sell.

Facebook faces massive stock lockup expiration - Detroit Free Press
November 14, 2012 Today is when 777 million more shares of the No. 1 social-networking company are unlocked and available for sale.

Facebook faces massive stock lockup expiration - USA Today
November 13, 2012 The day Facebook (FB) investors have been dreading since the company went public is here.

Elders' Advocates Worry Politics May Push Vital Programs Off 'Fiscal Cliff' - New America Media
November 12, 2012 Since last week's win by President Barack Obama, the issues of aging and retirement have loomed just beneath the headlines.

Foundation volunteers help students thrive - News Chief
November 12, 2012 He's "Uncle Kevin" to Jessi Searing and Ashley Woodard, two former Auburndale High School students who now attend the University of South Florida.

Indian interest in US varsity's online master's degree - News Track India
November 1, 2012 Several Indian institutions have expressed interest in a newly-launched University of South Florida's fully online Master of Science in Management Information Systems degree programme, the Tampa Florida-based university said.

Indian interest in US varsity's online master's degree - TwoCircles.net
November 1, 2012 The degree for the programme focusing on advanced analytic technologies, business intelligence, and big data is being offered through a partnership between USF's College of Business and University College.

Study proves multitasking on Facebook could benefit - The Oracle
October 30, 2012 A recent series of studies show that for some, Facebook may not always be detrimental to student academic performance.

Superstorm freezes political campaigning - ABC Action News
October 30, 2012 With eight days left until the election, both campaigns are sprinting towards the finish line, but Superstorm Sandy has stopped their ground game like a roadblock.

Undergraduate Case Competition Sparks Student Innovation
October 30, 2012 Have you ever gone up to an airline counter with an overloaded bag, wishing you could just mail the unnecessary items home and avoid the baggage fees?

Wells Fargo Gives Back Through Partnership With Corporate Mentor Program
October 30, 2012 The Corporate Mentor Program will be able to enhance its mentoring opportunities for both USF students and local middle schoolers, thanks to a recent $25,000 gift from Wells Fargo.

Analyzing Digital Domain stock not a perfect science - TCPalm
October 27, 2012 While Digital Domain Media Group's stock prices were tanking this summer, three rating analysts were recommending that investors buy until shortly before the company's Sept. 11 bankruptcy.

Presidential campaign trail winds through South County - The Observer News
October 25, 2012 With just under two weeks left in the campaign, it is possible, although as of yet unscheduled, that the trail that leads to the White House will again run through South County.

USF Alumnus, now Delta Air Lines Senior VP, helps students anticipate real world
October 25, 2012 When Mike Randolfi graduated from USF in 1993 with a finance degree, he immediately went to work for Raymond James as a staff accountant.

USF Launches Online Master's Degree in Management Information Systems
October 25, 2012 USF has launched a fully online Master of Science in Management Information Systems degree program, focusing on advanced analytic technologies, business intelligence, and big data.

Business Briefcase - Hernando Today
October 24, 2012 The board of directors wants to remind you that the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at the University of South Florida (USF) has partnered with the Chamber of Commerce to provide free business consultation to small businesses and entrepreneurs in Hernando County

Distinguished University Professor Jim Stock Talks "Seven Sins of Reverse Logistics"
October 24, 2012 Every year, consumers in the United States return enough products to total a greater dollar value than what 66 percent of countries in the world have as their GDPs.

Biden, Ryan campaign in Tampa Bay - Bradenton Herald
October 20, 2012 A week after engaging in a televised debate in Kentucky, Vice President Joe Biden and Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan nearly crossed paths in the Tampa Bay area on Friday.

Ryan learns about USF, Entrepreneurship - The Oracle
October 20, 2012 USF saw one more person who wanted to learn Friday — vice presidential candidate Rep. Paul Ryan.

GOP pounces after news of CIA cable on Libya raid - timesfreepress.com
October 20, 2012 Sensing a moment of political vulnerability on national security, Republicans pounced Friday on disclosures that President Barack Obama's administration could have known early on that militants, not angry protesters, launched the attack on U.S. diplomats in Libya.

Ray of Sunshine as Mitt widens Fla. gap - New York Post
October 20, 2012 The presidential campaigns yesterday turned up the heat in Florida, as a new poll showed Mitt Romney increasing his lead in that crucial battleground.

Paul Ryan stumps in Tampa about importance of entrepreneurial spirit - Tampa Bay Times
October 20, 2012 Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan visits the Tampa Bay Technology Incubator at USF in Tampa on Friday.

Biden, Ryan battle for voters in Tampa Bay area - Tampa Bay Online
October 19, 2012 With the Nov. 6 election less than three weeks away, and with Florida still chased by the campaigns as a swing state, both Joe Biden and Paul Ryan pitched their presidential tickets today at different ends of Hillsborough County.

Presidential campaigns descend upon Bay area - 13 News
October 19, 2012 Friday, GOP candidate Mitt Romney, Vice President Joe Biden and GOP Vice Presidential nominee Paul Ryan are all in the state with both VP candidates holding events in Tampa.

Biden, Ryan Conduct Dueling Vice Presidential Campaigns in Hillsborough County - WUSF News
October 19, 2012 Biden, Ryan Conduct Dueling Vice Presidential Campaigns in Hillsborough County

Presidential campaigns descend upon Bay area - Bay News 9
October 19, 2012 Vice President Joe Biden spoke at a rally in Sun City Center, while GOP Vice Presidential nominee Paul Ryan stopped by the University of South Florida.

Candidates descend on crucial Fla in final weeks - Wink News Now
October 19, 2012 Vice presidential hopeful Paul Ryan attended a round table discussion at University of South Florida's Center for Entrepreneurship in Tampa to talk about the economy and jobs.

Vice presidential candidates Joe Biden, Paul Ryan make stops in Tampa Bay area - ABC Action News
October 19, 2012 Both vice presidential candidates made their way around the crucial election state of Florida Friday, trying to shore up support from the party faithful and trying to sway undecided voters in the final weeks of the campaign.

Biden, Ryan barnstorm in swing-state Florida - dallasnews.com
October 19, 2012 Ryan attended a round-table discussion on jobs and the economy at the University of South Florida's Center for Entrepreneurship in Tampa.

Ryan, Biden court Fla. voters before final debate - The Miami Herald
October 19, 2012 In dueling Florida appearances on Friday, Vice President Joe Biden portrayed Republican Mitt Romney as out of touch while Romney running mate Paul Ryan said President Barack Obama is blaming the country's problems on everyone but himself.

Biden and Ryan nearly cross paths in Florida - The Washington Post
October 19, 2012 GOP vice-presidential nominee Paul Ryan and Vice President Joe Biden both spent their Friday rallying supporters in Florida, the biggest electoral college prize among the country's swing states.

Biden, Ryan battle for voters in Tampa Bay area - Tampa Bay Online
October 19, 2012 With the Nov. 6 election less than three weeks away, and with Florida still chased by the campaigns as a swing state, both Joe Biden and Paul Ryan pitched their presidential tickets today at different ends of Hillsborough County.

Vice Presidential Nominee, Paul Ryan Discusses Entrepreneurship
October 19, 2012 USF held a roundtable discussion on entrepreneurship Friday afternoon, featuring U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan, the Republican vice presidential nominee.

The fallout: a challenging chapter for Armstrong, foundation ahead - statesman.com
October 18, 2012 "Everybody is going to be looking at it like it's under a microscope," said Bill Sutton, a business professor and director of the University of South Florida's Sport and Entertainment Management program.

Professor Dip Biswas comments on the effects of scandal on celebrity - WTSP.com
October 16, 2012 University of South Florida College of Business Professor of Marketing Dr. Dip Biswas says given Hogan's image as a wrestler or action star, it's hard to find a downside to the tape being leaked.

Finance Professionals Grill Students on Stock Recommendations
October 12, 2012 Finance majors in the Applied Security Analysis class that runs the USF Student Managed Investment Fund had their first presentation of the year on Thursday, presenting stock analysis and recommendations to a room full of seasoned finance professionals.

We have lift-off: Now a broad Tampa Bay team will try to build better technology workforce - Tampa Bay Times
October 12, 2012 Wake up and good morning. It used to take a village but when it comes to getting its technology workforce up to snuff and prepared to grow, it will take the entire Tampa Bay region.

Signs of a comeback in small business lending - Tampa Bay Times
October 7, 2012 Name a charity and Karen Conroy's small business, Fundraising for a Cause, has a product line to help people raise money for it.

Eileen Rodriguez receives award
October 4, 2012 The USF Society of Latinos (SOL) has named Small Business Development Center Regional Director Eileen Rodriguez the recipient of its 2012 USF SOL Staff Award.

College programs offer Tampa Bay area entrepreneurs a head start - Tampa Bay Times
October 1, 2012 While most college students don't create multimillion dollar startups, college entrepreneurship is a growing trend. And universities and colleges are capitalizing on a new market. Numbers of them now offer a major in entrepreneurship.

Research Alliance - USF Magazine
Fall 2012 The new alliance marries data with academic research. It gives USF the ability to access data and do projects that no other universities can. It gives students experience with massive, real-world data sets.

USF's entrepreneurship program climbs up Princeton Review list - Tampa Bay Business Journal
September 26, 2012 In a survey of more than 2,000 undergraduate and business school entrepreneurship training programs, the Princeton Review named University of South Florida's graduate interdisciplinary entrepreneurship program one of the top 25 programs in the United States.

USF Entrepreneurship Program Named Among Best in U.S. - Tampa Bay Newswire
September 25, 2012 The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur Magazine rank USF's interdisciplinary program among the top 25 programs in the nation

5 Things to Know about New USF Business Dean - WUSF News
September 18, 2012 Moez Limayem has been named the new dean for the USF College of Business. Here are five things to know about the man who succeeds Robert Forsythe, who served as dean since 2006.

Nielsen brings opportunities to USF through new partnership - USF Oracle
September 17, 2012 College of Business Dean Moez Limayem describes USF's new partnership with the Nielsen Company in three words: "Win win win!"

Tampa Bay Business Journal - ABC Action News
September 7, 2012 In this week's Tampa Bay Business Journal report, editor Alexis Muellner the implications of distracted driving on businesses, a Tampa panel addressing workplace bullying and the new divorce methods Hillsborough County courts are using.

New Business Dean - WUSF Radio
September, 2012 There's a new leader of the Bulls' business herd, and he brings an international pedigree with him. This week's University Beat on WUSF 89.7 introduces you to Moez Limayem, who was recently named dean of USF's College of Business.

Stocks: The 'Lockup' Effect - The Wall Street Journal
August 17, 2012 Three months after its initial public offering, Facebook already is down almost 50% from its $38 offering price. The worst might be yet to come.

College Branding - Gulf Coast Business Review
August 17, 2012 As the new dean of the University of South Florida's College of Business, Moez Limayem is drawing on his global experience to find ways to make the admittedly plain college stand out.

Chick-fil-A Appears To Lose Little Support From Sponsors - WTSP.com
August 3, 2012 The view of Chick-fil-A's president supporting a traditional marriage struck a nerve with some people who are for it and against it. How has it affected sponsorship?

Front Row Tampa Bay: USF College of Business - USF News
August 2012 The USF College of Business was featured during a roundtable discussion on business partnerships.

One Tampa start-up finds success with a sport they love, stand-up paddle-boards - ABC Action News
July 30, 2012 You might be surprised to find out that even in a fragile economy, starting your own business could indeed be your path to success and happiness.

The Multiple Levers of Reverse Logistics - EBN Online
July 30, 2012 Increasingly, reverse logistics are seen as a competitive advantage in the supply chain. "Individual firms and supply chains will continue to seek ways to achieve competitive advantage," writes James R. Stock, professor of marketing and logistics, at the University of South Florida

Sights, sounds and smells affect cravings, USF professor confirms - Tampa Bay Times
July 27, 2012 "It almost always happens at a subconscious level," Biswas said. "You know you like something, you don't know why. You just enjoy it."

Same chain store doesn't always mean same merchandise - Tampa Bay Times
July 23, 2012 "Retailers are making a much better use of technology now to match up the demographics with their stores. They do track on a store-by-store basis as to what products sell, and then they can tailor their orders to that."

Tom Benson has a grip on all things sports in New Orleans after snatching up the Hornets - The Times-Picayune
July 22, 2012 Big-money deals struck recently by the Saints and Hornets on consecutive days provide fresh evidence that Tom Benson is far and away the No. 1 sports power broker in south Louisiana.

Orange Juice TV Ads Also Target Away-From-Home Consumers - The Ledger
July 21, 2012 About 40 percent of annual U.S. orange juice consumption occurs away from the home at restaurants, schools, hotels and through various other food service vendors, according to the Florida Department of Citrus.

TV ads also target away-from-home consumers - NewsChief.com
July 20, 2012 "Even if the target is the supermarket buyer, there are spillover effects that would reach the restaurant consumer," said Dipayan Biswas, associate professor of marketing at the University of South Florida's College of Business Administration.

The Secrets of Sensory Marketing - WUSF News
July 17, 2012 Have you ever been tempted by the smell of a bakery? Drawn in by the color of the walls of a restaurant? It's called "sensory marketing," a field that USF Associate Professor of Marketing Dipayan Biswas knows a lot about.

SBDC planning workshop on July 25 - newssun.com
July 15, 2012 From how to determine feasibility and legal structure to the type of license you will need, this class covers all the essentials that will help you get started.

New dean wants USF business school to stand out - Tampa Bay Times
July 15, 2012 Just a couple of weeks into his new job as dean of the University of South Florida College of Business and he's already offering up strong opinions about establishing the right flavor for the school.

Does MLB Commissioner Bud Selig have an agenda when ripping Tampa Bay Rays attendance? - WTSP 10 News
July 11, 2012 Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig back at it again, ripping the Rays attendance issues by calling the situation "inexcusable" and "disappointing."

Measuring the Brain's Reactions to Misleading Advertising - WUSF News
July 10, 2012 USF Assistant Professor of Marketing Adam Craig is studying how our brains react to advertising—particularly deceptive ads—and he's using neuroscience techniques to do so.

Building a Global Business - USF News
July 5, 2012 Former USF student is growing an international business around translating languages through the Small Business Development Center at USF.

Experts differ on impact of Lake Worth name change - Palm Beach Post
July 4, 2012 Several cities in Florida have sought to advertise their coastal locations with name changes.

University of South Florida Honors Narayana Murthy - India West
July 2, 2012 Infosys chief mentor Narayana Murthy has been felicitated with the Global Leadership and Free Enterprise awards by the University of South Florida in recognition of his entrepreneurial spirit.

Sensory Marketing - WUSF
July, 2012 Dispayan Biswas discusses how our senses affect our purchasing decisions.

How Our Brains React to Advertising - University Beat, WUSF
July, 2012 We talk to a marketing professor who is working with neuroscience researchers to analyze how people respond to advertising.

Building a Dream Team at USF - Street & Smith's Sportsbusiness Journal
June 25, 2012 Located in Tampa, the University of South Florida recently announced that it will offer an MBA in Sport and Entertainment Management.

The Tunisian Moez Limayem appointed dean at the University of South Florida - Leaders
June 24, 2012 Dr. Moez Limayem, prominent Tunisian academic specializing in management information systems has been appointed dean of the College of Business at the University of South Florida.

Florida university studies brain responses to deceptive advertising - McClatchy Washington Bureau
June 20, 2012 Ever wonder why you fell for that late-night infomercial selling the magical powers of a $150 fruit juicer that's never been removed from the box? Researchers at the University of South Florida have asked themselves that very question.

Reacting to Advertising - USF News
June 06, 2012 A USF business professor is working with a research team to analyze how people respond to advertising.

Good news-bad news scenarios for Groupon shares - Chicago Business
June 01, 2012 Groupon Inc.'s sagging stock price could prompt employees and early investors to hang onto their shares after sale restrictions vanish today.

Infosys' Dr. Narayana Murthy Receives 2 Awards in Tampa - Khaas Baat
June, 2012 The founder and chairman emeritus of Infosys Technologies was at University of South Florida (USF) for daylong activities, which included meeting students, faculty and staff.

Job prospects improve for college grads - WFLA-TV, Newschannel 8
May 30, 2012 In a story on improving job prospects for college graduates, it is noted that MIS degrees are among the most sought-after degrees in today's market.

Ryan's block grant plan would fray U.S. safety net - Tampa Bay Times
May 30, 2012 Charles Kroncke discusses block grants and "New Federalism" in an opinion column.

Workshop to tackle financial statements - Tampa Tribune
May 28, 2012 USF's Small Business Development Center hosts a financial intelligence workshop.

Hey, do corporations need any more tax cuts? - Tampa Bay Times
May 27, 2012 Accounting professor Ryan Huston points out that a columnist might be "mixing and matching concepts that don't necessarily fit" in a column on corporate tax breaks.

Small biz seminars planned - The News-Sun (Highlands County)
May 27, 2012 USF's Small Business Development Center offers free seminars for those seeking to launch a small business

Boynton Beach embarks on costly reinvention - South Florida Sun Sentinel/WPTV-TV, Newschannel 5
May 26, 2012 USF marketing professor Anand Kumar notes that authenticity is important when promoting regional attributes

Facebook ripple on IPO market already felt - Chicago Tribune
May 25, 2012 Finance professor Dan Bradley is quoted in article on Facebook's "ripple on IPO market," saying the IPO offers lessons for underwriters, insurers, and others.

Infosys leader Murthy gets top award, makes impact in the US - India America Today
May 19, 2012 University of South Florida leadership and faculty members, College of Business and Engineering students and the university's Indian community flocked to a series of events this week that featured time to engage with N.R. Narayana Murthy, the renowned international business leader.

The case for student loans - Tampa Bay Times
May 18, 2012 Associate Dean Charles Kroncke builds a case for student loans in guest column for the Times' opinion pages.

What women want...in a restaurant - MyFox Tampa Bay
May 18, 2012 You know about Hooters, the restaurant chain founded locally, which is aimed at men. But are there restaurants aimed at women? The answer: Just about all of them.

U.S. Varsity Honours Narayana Murthy - Chicago Darpan
May 18, 2012 The University of South Florida has honoured Infosys founder N.R. Narayana Murthy with the Global leadership and Free Enterprise Awards for his leadership and contributions to the international business world.

Infosys Leader Makes Impact - USF News
May 18, 2012 N.R. Narayana Murthy spent a whirlwind day at USF, receiving top honors and reflecting on the importance of sustainability.

U.S. Varsity Honours Narayana Murthy - Atlanta Darpan
May 18, 2012 The University of South Florida has honoured Infosys founder N.R. Narayana Murthy with the Global leadership and Free Enterprise Awards for his leadership and contributions to the international business world.

Infosys Founder Narayan Murthy awarded by Florida University - Bihar Prabha
May 17, 2012 Infosys Founder and currently its Chief Mentor Narayana Murthy has been felicitated with Global Leadership and Free Enterprise awards by the University of South Florida.

US university awards Infosys' Narayana Murthy - The Times of India
May 17, 2012 Infosys chief mentor Narayana Murthy has been felicitated with the Global Leadership and Free Enterprise awards by the University of South Florida in recognition of his entrepreneurial spirit.

US varsity honours Narayana Murthy - Oversees Indian
May 17, 2012 The University of South Florida has honoured Infosys founder N.R. Narayana Murthy with the Global leadership and Free Enterprise Awards for his leadership and contributions to the international business world.

US university honours Infosys founder NR Narayana Murthy - The Economic Times
May 16, 2012 Infosys chief mentor Narayana Murthy has been felicitated with the Global Leadership and Free Enterprise awards by the University of South Florida in recognition of his entrepreneurial spirit.

US varsity honours Narayana Murthy - Yahoo! News India
May 16, 2012 The University of South Florida has honoured Infosys founder N.R. Narayana Murthy with the Global leadership and Free Enterprise Awards for his leadership and contributions to the international business world.

Narayana Murthy receives awards from US University - NDTV
May 16, 2012 Infosys Chief Mentor Narayana Murthy has been felicitated with the Global Leadership and Free Enterprise awards by the University of South Florida (USF) in recognition of his entrepreneurial spirit.

US varsity honours Narayana Murthy - Thaindian News
May 16 2012 The University of South Florida has honoured Infosys founder N.R. Narayana Murthy with the Global leadership and Free Enterprise Awards for his leadership and contributions to the international business world.

US varsity honours Narayana Murthy - NY Daily News
May 16, 2012 The University of South Florida has honoured Infosys founder N.R. Narayana Murthy with the Global leadership and Free Enterprise Awards for his leadership and contributions to the international business world.

Narayan Murthy receives US university awards - Express Buzz
May 16, 2012 Infosys chief mentor Narayana Murthy has been felicitated with the Global Leadership and Free Enterprise awards by the University of South Florida in recognition of his entrepreneurial spirit.

US varsity honours Narayana Murthy - newKerala.com
May 16, 2012 The University of South Florida has honoured Infosys founder N.R. Narayana Murthy with the Global leadership and Free Enterprise Awards for his leadership and contributions to the international business world.

Narayana Murthy receives awards from US University - NDTV
May 16, 2012 Infosys Chief Mentor Narayana Murthy has been felicitated with the Global Leadership and Free Enterprise awards by the University of South Florida (USF) in recognition of his entrepreneurial spirit.

Narayan Murthy receives awards from US University - Jagran Post
May 16, 2012 Infosys chief mentor Narayana Murthy has been felicitated with the Global Leadership and Free Enterprise awards by the University of South Florida in recognition of his entrepreneurial spirit.

US varsity honours Narayana Murthy - News Track India
May 16, 2012 The University of South Florida has honoured Infosys founder N.R. Narayana Murthy with the Global leadership and Free Enterprise Awards for his leadership and contributions to the international business world.

US varsity honours Narayana Murthy - Apna India News
May 16, 2012 The University of South Florida has honoured Infosys founder N.R. Narayana Murthy with the Global leadership and Free Enterprise Awards for his leadership and contributions to the international business world.

USF honors Narayana Murthy, hailed as the 'father of outsourcing' - Tampa Bay Times
May 15, 2012 Hailed as the "father of outsourcing," Narayana Murthy has some parental advice for international companies using his technology: Be fair and have a good attitude.

Narayana Murthy gets Florida varsity award - CIOL.com
May 10, 2012 University of South Florida has chosen Narayana Murthy, the founder of Infosys, for Global Leadership Award and the College of Business Free Enterprise Award for 2012

When Small Business is Big Business - USF News
May 10, 2012 USF's Small Business Center is focused on helping companies grow and succeed in a changing global environment.

Business Briefcase - Hernando Today
May 09, 2012 SBDC at the Greater Hernando County Chamber of Commerce

USF Graduate business project adopted by Habitat Hillsborough - merchantcircle.com
May 09, 2012 When five students from The University of South Florida's Executive MBA program were tasked with developing a marketing plan for their Marketing Management course, their vision went beyond simply earning an A grade for the project.

Florida SBDCs Celebrate Small Business Success VoltAir: Regional Minority Small Business Champion of the Year - Maddux News Wire
May 8, 2012 In celebration of the spirit of small business, the Florida Small Business Development Center Network (Florida SBDC Network) is honored to feature VoltAir Consulting Engineers, LLC as one of its outstanding client successes whose growth is fostering Florida's economy.

Top Honors for International Business Leader - USF News
May 8, 2012 N.R. Narayana Murthy to receive Global Leadership and Free Enterprise Awards May 14.

Hernando business digest - Tampa Bay Times
May 5, 2012

Is $96B Cool Enough for Facebook? - Ecommerce Times
May 4, 2012 Facebook announced an estimated price for its long-awaited initial public offering Thursday, setting a range of US$28 to $35 per share. The top end of its estimate would give the social network a valuation of $96 billion.

International business leader N.R. Narayana Murthy to receive top honors from USF - Maddux News Wire
May 3, 2012 International business leader Nagavara Ramarao Narayana Murthy will be at the University of South Florida in Tampa May 14 to be awarded two of its highest honors, the Global Leadership Award and the College of Business Free Enterprise Award.

U.S. Varsity Honours Narayana Murthy - Indolink
May 2012 The University of South Florida has honoured Infosys founder N.R. Narayana Murthy with the Global leadership and Free Enterprise Awards for his leadership and contributions to the international business world.

Nowell, Diaz Honored in 25 Under 25 Program - GoUSFBulls.com
May 2012 Alexis Nowell and Anthony Diaz are a part of this year's 25 Under 25 program that recognizes standout undergraduate students in USF's College of Business.

USF's Singing Lineman Signs with Bucs - WUSF
April 30, 2012 While 253 players had their names called at this year's NFL Draft, their off the field stories may not be as interesting as that of an undrafted USF football player who signed a free agent contract with his hometown team.

USF grad program helps entrepreneurs - Tampa Bay Online
April 26, 2012 The Center for Entrepreneurship at the University of South Florida helps students who want to start their own businesses.

Businesses don't have last word on U.S. economy - Tampa Bay Times
April 26, 2012 Equating an economy to a collection of firms is as wrong as believing that it takes only eggs to make an omelet. In addition to firms, an economy requires a government-provided infrastructure; the skills of a workforce; the ideas generated in universities and medical centers; and a host of other elements.

USF's Top Tier Fulbright Scholars - USF News
April 20, 2012 Five students are among the recipients of the most competitive postgraduate scholarships.

First, make no mistakes - Creative Loafing
April 19, 2012 Downtown Tampa's new medical simulation center uses high-tech training to reduce the margin of doctor error.

Obama visits Tampa to talk exports, meets USF community members - The Oracle
April 16, 2012 President Barack Obama visited the Port of Tampa on Friday to herald the success of a trade initiative that created a USF department, delivering a small, private press conference in front of shipping containers and industrial cranes.

Obama calls for more trade in visit to Port of Tampa - Tampa Bay Business Journal
April 13, 2012 At the Port of Tampa Friday President Barack Obama announced a new federal initiative to help small and medium-sized business generate more trade throughout the Western Hemisphere.

Obama kicks off trip to Colombia with Tampa stop - ABC Action News
April 13, 2012 On the way to a Latin American summit, President Barack Obama told port workers in Tampa that his administration was aiming to increase exports for small businesses and companies in the United States as a key ingredient of the U.S. economic recovery.

Exporting pays off for small Tampa business - Bay News 9
April 13, 2012 Owners of Global Used Truck Sales LLC in Tampa are already seeing the successes of selling their goods to Latin America.

Q&A with Eileen Rodriguez of USF's Small Business Development Center on President Obama's Visit - WUSF News
April 13, 2012 One of the people invited to President Obama's speech at the Port of Tampa is Eileen Rodriguez, director for the Small Business Development Center at the University of South Florida.

Presidential Visit on Trade - USF News
April 13, 2012 The University of South Florida was represented at Friday's visit to the Port of Tampa by President Obama, who made a quick stop here before heading to Colombia for a summit.

Fact Sheet: Small Business Network of the Americas - whitehouse.gov
April 13, 2012 President Obama has noted that "small businesses are the backbone of our economy and the cornerstones of our Nation's promise." The same is true throughout the Western Hemisphere, where the small business sector plays a critical role in job creation and broad-based economic growth.

Do cost-benefit analysis before deciding on arena - Milwaukee-Wisconsin Journal Sentinel
April 9, 2012 The Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce has issued an "economic impact" study showing that the Bradley Center - among the oldest venue in the National Basketball Association - generates millions of dollars of economic activity for Milwaukee, most of it due to the Bucks franchise.

Who Pays for Contraceptives Under the Affordable Care Act? - America, The National Catholic Weekly
April 9, 2012 The U.S. bishops assert a conscientious objection to this mandate. Birth control runs counter to their teachings, and so they oppose having to "buy" health insurance that includes it.

Fintech sponsors USF business plan competition - Tampa Bay Business Journal
April 5, 2012 University of South Florida students who aspire to be entrepreneurs may have an opportunity to realize their vision by participating in a business plan competition in May.

Recalculations suggest deeper pension pain for Sarasota - Herald-Tribune
April 4, 2012 New projections show the city's pension woes could be worse than previously thought, a factor intensifying bad blood between belt-tightening officials and city employees hanging onto dreams for retirement.

Exploring USF's Bunker - The Digital Bullpen
April 3, 2012 The College of Business building is arguably the strangest, most complex floor plan on campus. It is one of the most unusual environments, and a place where many students spend a great deal of their time. Just walking through the hallways feels as though the building is itching to tell a story.

Nine Florida SBDC Network Clients & Nominees Selected as 2012 SBA Small Business Week Award Recipients - Maddux News Wire
March 28, 2012 The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) annually celebrates the spirit of business leaders and champions for their dedication, achievements and contributions to the economic prosperity of our nation.

One minute elevator ride to success - The Digital Bullpen
March 26, 2012 Corporate Mentor Program Coordinator J.R. Haworth has been a judge for the College of Business' elevator competition for the past two years and hosted it last year.

College of Business' 4th annual elevator competition March 27 - The Digital Bullpen
March 26, 2012 "It says something about you," Haworth said. "Because out of 6,000 students we normally have 75 to 100 that compete. And so right there, it shows you have the guts to do it."

A 'thank you' to 20 people who made Tampa Bay a better business place - Tampa Bay Times
March 25, 2012 Folks don't always get the acknowledgment they deserve for their everyday acts of generosity. So indulge me while I say thanks to 20 people whose contributions, some big and in plain sight and some more subtle, helped make Tampa Bay a better place to live and work.

Business Briefcase - Hernando Today
March 25, 2012 USF's Small Business Development Center events.

New dean named at USF's College of Business - Bay News 9
March 23, 2012 The University of South Florida named Dr. Moez Limayem as its new Dean for the College of Business.

College of Business announces new dean - The Oracle
March 21, 2012 After an eight-month search, the more than 5,100 students and 335 faculty members in the College of Business now have a new dean — Moez Limayem.

Business Briefcase - Hernando Today
March 21, 2012 USF's Small Business Development Center events.

New USF dean wants closer ties to local businesses - Tampa Bay Business Journal
March 21, 2012 The University of South Florida's new business school dean said he plans to build closer ties to the region's private businesses.

New USF dean to seek closer ties with business - Tampa Bay Online
March 20, 2012 The University of South Florida introduced Moez Limayem as its new business school dean at a ceremony Tuesday.

USF names Moez Limayem new dean of business school - Tampa Bay Business Journal
March 20, 2012 An associate dean from the University of Arkansas Sam M. Walton School of Business has been named the new dean of the College of Business at the University of South Florida.

New USF College of Business Dean Has Varied Pedigree - WUSF
March 20, 2012 After an eight month world-wide search, the USF College of Business has found its new dean - Dr. Moez Limayen.

New business dean to be named at USF Tampa - Tampa Bay Times
March 20, 2012 The University of South Florida has picked an associate dean at the University of Arkansas Sam M. Walton College of Business as its new dean of the USF College of Business in Tampa.

USF announces new dean - Gulf Coast Business Review
March 20, 2012 The University of South Florida recently named Moez Limayem as the dean of the school's College of Business.

New Dean Selected to Lead College of Business
March 19, 2012 Moez Limayem has been tapped as the next dean of the College of Business at the University of South Florida.

USF picks Arkansas prof Limayem as business dean - Tampa Bay Online
March 19, 2012 The University of South Florida introduced Moez Limayem as its new business school dean at a ceremony Tuesday.

From Classroom to Real Financial World - Fudan Business Knowledge
March 19, 2012 'Stop thinking like a student' and 'start thinking like a fund manager', students are imparted investment experience within a special SMIF program at USF.

Bus trip to Austin bolsters startup culture in Tampa Bay - Tampa Bay Times
March 18, 2012 Thirty people recently piled on to "StartupBus Florida" in Tampa amid a send-off by local media and Mayor Bob Buckhorn.

USF center in Brooksville has help for small businesses - Tampa Bay Times
March 18, 2012 "Business just isn't my forte," said Ellis, a family practice physician who specializes in holistic medicine. "I had an idea of what I wanted to do, but I didn't know what I needed to do to get it started."

Florida MBA Standouts - Florida Trend
March 16, 2012 MBA programs are broadening their reach in an effort to meet student and marketplace demands.

Startup Florida: Riding The Innovation Highway, Tampa Bay - 83 Degrees Media
March 14, 2012 Brain-drained and wandering the closed-off streets of Austin, blue-badge people immediately recognize each other. They spot each other from a distance, and almost instantly light up and say: "startupbus!" and then proceed to ask each other the same initial question: "Which bus did you in come on?" From there, entrepreneurial trials and tribulations are discussed in passing, and promises are made to connect online.

Lightning, USF to team up to create sports MBA - The Suncoast News
March 01, 2012 The Tampa Bay Lightning will help create a master's in business administration in sport and entertainment management at the University of South Florida.

15 companies were hiring at the College of Business Corporate Connections event - The Digital Bullpen
February 24, 2012 On Thursday, in the College of Business Atrium, sat tables with 15 companies waiting to talk to graduate students of the college. All of them had full-time positions to fill.

College of Business '25 under 25' program applications due March 6 - The Digital Bullpen
February 23, 2012 The College of Business is taking applications for its 25 under 25 program, which recognizes 25 undergraduates under the age of 25 who have demonstrated excellence in at least two of the following four areas: scholarship, professional development, leadership, and community/campus service.

USF partners with Lightning for sports management program - The Oracle
February 21, 2012 A new master's program sponsored by the Tampa Bay Lightning and the Lightning Foundation is slated to arrive next fall. Yet about 50 students have already inquired about joining since it was announced Thursday.

USF partners with Lightning - Gulf Coast Business Review
February 20, 2012 The University of South Florida will offer a new graduate program with the help of a partnership with the Tampa Bay Lightning and the team's charity organization, the Lightning Foundation.

Sarasota budget dilemma may lead to cuts - Herald-Tribune
February 19, 2012 City employees could face layoffs and higher medical premiums this year as officials grip for another deficit caused by the lingering down economy.

New ways to look at city parking - Milwaukee Wisconsin Journal Sentinel
February 18, 2012 It is easier to drive into the city of Milwaukee than it is to find a parking spot in the most popular parts of town.

Doubling U.S. Exports Through Tampa Small Businesses - Maddux News Wire
February 17, 2012 The Small Business Development Center joined Under Secretary Francisco Sanchez, City of Tampa and major economic partners to renew commitment to the National Export Initiative's (NEI) goal of doubling U.S. exports by 2014.

Lightning, USF team up for sports-based MBA - Tampa Bay Online
February 17, 2012 Lightning, USF team up for sports-based MBA

USF, Tampa Bay Lightning team up to offer sports management MBA - Tampa Bay Times
February 17, 2012 USF, Tampa Bay Lightning team up to offer sports management MBA

USF, Tampa Bay Lightning Launch MBA Program - USF News
February 16, 2012 USF, Tampa Bay Lightning launch a sport and entertainment management MBA degree.

Tampa Bay Lightning, University of South Florida partner to prepare students for careers in sport and entertainment management - NHL.com
February 16, 2012 A new MBA degree focusing on sports program provides opportunities for students to combine rigorous business training with hands-on experiences in the sport and entertainment industries.

BHSN- Tampa Bay Lightning, USF partnering for new graduate program - Bay News 9
February 16, 2012 USF announced Thursday it's partnering with the Tampa Bay Lightning to prepare students for careers in sport and entertainment management.

Status update: Understanding Facebook's IPO - The Digital Bullpen
February 7, 2012 "If you have new money, you can introduce new applications, new programs," said Erdem Ucar, who is also a Ph.D. candidate in the College of Business. "There are good things and bad things, but basically they go public because they need to raise funds."

Survey: 700 tech jobs coming to Tampa - My Fox Tampa Bay
January 31, 2012 In a state where unemployment is running at nearly 10 percent, a survey in the Tampa Bay area shows 700 jobs will be available with local technology companies in 2012.

Business Briefcase - Hernando Today
January 25, 2012

Debt numbers are big; the problem is less so - Tampa Bay Times
January 9, 2012 USF's Charles Kroncke pens commentary on governmental debt, saying that while the large numbers make debt seem out of control, "basic arithmetic can liberate us from silly rhetoric."

Elite USF grad wants to fly jets - Florida Today
January 7, 2012 USF business major Ryan Spellins was named Outstanding Graduate during USF's December commencement ceremonies.

Small Business Development Classes Begin Next Week - South Tampa Patch
January 7, 2012 USF's Small Business Development Center offers low-cost seminars in marketing, financing, sales, and other topics.

Small Business start ups! Are you ready? - WTSP-TV, 10 News
January 6, 2012 Yanina Rosario, from USF's Small Business Development Center, talks about some of the basics when it comes to launching a small business.

Retailers shop for your data - My Fox Tampa Bay
December 19, 2011 More than ever, retailers are counting on email addresses and other consumer information to boost sales.

Startup culture starts to set down roots in Tampa Bay business community - St. Petersburg Times
December 18, 2011 Columnist Bob Trigaux discusses Tampa Bay's "entrepreneurship ecosystem," calling USF's Center for Entrepreneurship and USF professor Michael Fountain a big part of the ecosystem.

Why is Tim Tebow reaching phenom status? - WTSP-TV, Channel 10
December 16, 2011 USF marketing professor Anand Kumar is quoted in a story about the "phenom status" football player Tim Tebow may have achieved.

USF football player shows off hidden talent at graduation - WFTS-TV, ABC Action News
December 9, 2011 ABC spotlights USF MBA student and football player Chaz Hine, who served as vocalist at commencement exercises.

AAAS and University of South Florida announce 2011 Fellows - Physorg News
December 9, 2011 Four USF faculty have been elected Fellows for AAAS, including business professor Alan Hevner.

Alan Hevner | People on the Move - Tampa Bay Business Journal
December 5, 2011 USF professor Alan Hevner is named a Fellow by the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Engaging Business Students with Real-World Situations - AACSB International
December 3, 2011 AACSB blogger Sari Wakefield lauds some of her "real-life experiences" as a USF student.

Powerful finale for powerful performer - Tampa Bay Online
December 1, 2011 The "Most Remarkable" business student in the 25 Under 25 program, USF MBA student Chaz Hine is a powerful student-athlete.

Pursued by bad luck - The Hindu
December 1, 2011 In a light-hearted column, USF graduate student Karthik Chandrasekaran talks recalls the obstacles he had to overcome in his quest to gain admission to grad school.

USF Business Professor Named AAAS Fellow - Maddux Report News Wire
December 1, 2011 USF's Alan Hevner has been elected a Fellow by the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

USF Professor Recognized - TBTF News
December 1, 2011 USF business scholar Alan Hevner is recognized for his research in database systems and computer science.

Educating for the global economy - CSCMP's Supply Chain Quarterly
December 2011 USF marketing professor Jim Stock discusses changes in the supply chain industry in a feature story that recognizes his "long career as a teacher, author, editor, and mentor of future supply chain professionals."

Business: Data Miners - USF Magazine
December 2011 Research by ISDS faculty members Balaji Padmanabhan and Alan Hevner is spotlighted in a story about business intelligence.

Business: Supply Chain Expert - USF Magazine
December 2011 USF marketing professor Jim Stock is lauded for his expertise in supply chains and his research contributions to the industry.

USF Prof. Named AAAS Fellow - USF News
November 28, 2011 Business scholar Alan Hevner is recognized for his varied research in areas like database systems and computer science.

USF Prof. Named AAAS Fellow
November 28, 2011 Business scholar Alan Hevner is recognized for his varied research in areas like database systems and computer science.

Cyber Monday to become Cyber Friday? - WTSP-TV, 10 News
November 28, 2011 USF marketing professor Adam Craig discusses "Cyber Monday" and consumer behavior.

FAF Appoints 13 to FASAC, 5 to GASAC - Accounting Today
November 18, 2011 Jacqueline Reck, from USF's School of Accountancy, is a newly appointed member of the Governmental Accounting Standards Council, nominated to the post by the American Accounting Association.

Professor appointed to Governmental Accounting Standards Council - MarketWatch/The Wall Street Journal
November 18, 2011 USF professor Jacqueline Reck has been appointed to the Governmental Accounting Standards Council by the Financial Accounting Foundation.

Financial Accounting Foundation Appoints Five New Members to the Governmental Accounting Standards Advisory Council - Financial Accounting Foundation
November 18, 2011 USF's Jacqueline Reck was appointed to the Governmental Accounting Standards Advisory Council.

USF graduate business students take the silver - The Sacramento Bee
November 16, 2011 USF graduate business students take second place in CA Technologies International Case Competition.

USF students take 2nd place in international case competition - Creative Tampa Bay
November 16, 2011 USF graduate business students take second place in CA Technologies International Case Competition.

CA Technologies Announces Winners of Third Annual International Case Competition - iStock Analyst
November 16, 2011 USF graduate business students take second place in CA Technologies International Case Competition.

USF business students take second in case competition - Investor's Business Daily
November 16, 2011 USF graduate business students take second place in CA Technologies International Case Competition.

Dipping twice? Maybe and maybe not - Milwaukee-Wisconsin Journal Sentinel
November 12, 2011 USF College of Business Associate Dean Charles Kroncke discusses the effects of retirees "double-dipping" and the harm to taxpayers.

Big opportunities in small business - WTVT-TV, Fox 13
November 11, 2011 USF's Sean Lux explains the characteristics of today's entrepreneur.

Demographic jobs boom on the way - St. Petersburg Times
November 10, 2011 USF's Murad Antia describes a future jobs boom due to Baby Boomers soon retiring and creating more openings.

Study abroad trip encourages GloBull Ambassador - The Digital Bullpen
November 9, 2011 "I just recently came back from a four-week summer program over in England, and I had a great time there and I learned so much about myself," Leigh said. "I just feel like I want to kind of give back in a way to the people who haven't or to the people who are worried, because I was there."

Couples working together sharing lives, livelihoods - The Tampa Tribune
November 6, 2011 Eileen Rodriguez of the USF Small Business Development Center offers suggestions for spouses working and starting new businesses together.

Infrastructure Has Huge Costs - The Ledger
November 5, 2011 USF College of Business associate dean Charles Kroncke explains the economic costs of infrastructure investments.

Mile in Her Shoes - WUSF 89.7 - University Beat
November 2011 USF Center for Entrepreneurship director Michael Fountain talks about its recent honor by the Princeton Review.

Casinos proposed for south Florida - WTVT-TV, Fox 13
October 24, 2011 USF's Marvin Karlins comments on a bill regarding Las Vegas-style casinos in Florida, saying "you open large casinos, you open up social problems."

Forbes Ranks Tampa No. 6 Best City for Women in Business - WFTS-TV, ABC 28 Action News
October 17, 2011 In an article about Tampa's ranking in Forbes' roster of top cities for female entrepreneurship, Eileen Rodriguez, from USF's Small Business Development Center, points out that nearly half of the SBDC's clients are firms owned by women.

IRS inability to rein in tax fraud vexes law enforcement - Tampa Tribune
October 12, 2011 Accounting doctoral student and former IRS investigator Jason Rasso comments in a story about the IRS and its "inability to rein in tax fraud."

Business Instincts, Govt. Decisions - The Ledger
October 10, 2011 Associate Dean Charles Kroncke coauthors an opinion column, saying that the "lessons one learns in running a company are not directly transferrable to running a government."

When the boss is a bully - WTVT-TV, Fox 13
October 5, 2011 Management professor Sally Fuller discusses bullying bosses and abusive behavior in the workplace.

Attendance remains low as Tampa Bay Rays make dramatic playoff push - St. Petersburg Times
September 28, 2011 Entrepreneurship professor Sean Lux mentions the region's high unemployment rate in an article about attendance levels for area sporting events.

USF Entrepreneurship Program In Top Grad Schools - 83 Degrees
September 27, 2011 The MS in Entrepreneurship and Applied Technologies offered at USF's campus in Tampa is included on the roster of top graduate programs.

USF Entrepreneurship Program Named Among the Best in the Nation - Creative Buzz
September 27, 2011 The University of South Florida's graduate entrepreneurship program is ranked number 19 in the nation for 2011 by the Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine.

New Program in National Intelligence - WUSF University Beat
September 26, 2011 USF's Walter Andrusyszyn discusses envisioned program that will train students for careers in the intelligence industry.

FM Swings Tampa Bay / Intelligence Careers - WUSF (Radio Only)
September 26, 2011 Walter Andrusyszyn talks about USF's new grant to prepare students for analyst jobs in intelligence industry.

South Florida's entrepreneurship program ranks among the top 25 in the US - The Examiner
September 24, 2011 USF's graduate entrepreneurship program in Tampa is listed among the top 25 in the nation by the Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine, the only Big East School included in the roster.

USF's entrepreneurship program moves up in rankings - St. Petersburg Times Gradebook
September 23, 2011 USF's Center for Entrepreneurship in Tampa is the only Florida school included in Entrepreneur magazine's ranking of top graduate programs.

Finance professors to examine DPS bond deal - Denver Business Journal
September 23, 2011 USF's Jack Rader notes that municipal finance is an area ripe for academic study.

Graduate Program Rankings - Entrepreneur Magazine
September 20, 2011 The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine include USF's Center for Entrepreneurship in the list of top graduate programs in the nation.

USF To Train Students In Intelligence Analysis - 83 Degrees Media
September 20, 2011 A grant from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence paves way for program to prepare students for careers in intelligence.

Princeton Review Gives USF Program High Marks
September 20, 2011 The USF Entrepreneurship Program is named among the top 25 graduate programs in the U.S.

Social Security and Budget Cuts - The Sacramento Bee
September 19, 2011 USF professor discusses Social Security and budget cuts.

Decide on Role, Size of Government - The Ledger
September 19, 2011 USF business professor pens guest column discussing the "role and size of government."

Social Security and Budget Cuts - The Modesto Bee
September 18, 2011 USF's Charles Kroncke discusses Social Security and budget cuts.

New Grant for Intelligence Field - Maddux News Wire
September 18, 2011 New grant provides funding that will allow USF to prepare students for careers in the intelligence field.

USF Receives Government Grant to Offer Intelligence Training - WUSF Radio, 89.7 FM
September 16, 2011 USF awarded grant to prepare students for careers in the intelligence field.

MBA Student: Chaz Hine - My Fox Tampa Bay
September 16, 2011 USF MBA student and football player Chaz Hine is known for excelling on the field, in the classroom, and on stage.

Grant for Intelligence Field - The Pasco Press
September 15, 2011 Grant paves the way for USF students to learn how to become intelligence analysts.

St. Petersburg Times
September 15, 2011 USF's Jim Parrish, who counsels small businesses, is quoted in article about Tampa's weak economic recovery.

WTVT-TV, Fox 13
September 14, 2011 USF is awarded $720,000 grant from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.

Tampa Bay Business Journal
September 14, 2011 USF receives $720,000 grant to prepare students for careers in national and corporate intelligence.

Tampa Tribune
September 14, 2011 New USF College of Business program will help prepare students for careers as intelligence analysts.

MSNBC
September 14, 2011 New grant awarded to USF's College of Business will help educate and train students for careers in intelligence field.

New Grant Promotes Intelligence Careers - USF News
September 13, 2011 A $720,000 grant will help provide training to students interested in careers in the intelligence community.

Social Security is no Ponzi scheme - St. Petersburg Times
September 9, 2011 In his guest column, "Social Security is no Ponzi scheme," USF's Charles Kroncke says the "monstrous lie" about Social Security is that it will not be there for future generations.

More M.D's becoming masters of entrepreneurship - Minneapolis Post
September 2, 2011 More M.D.s are electing to study business and entrepreneurship programs and choosing schools such US to do so.

A Recession of Our Own Choosing - The Lakeland Ledger
September 1, 2011 Associate Dean Charles Kroncke co-authors an opinion column on America's recession, debt, and "spending cuts that will be job killers."

Job creation second to profits, demand for products is key - Orlando Sentinel
August 31, 2011 In a guest column, USF's Charles Kroncke discusses growth, reducing the deficit, and some basic economic principles.

Social Security's future - St. Petersburg Times
August 28, 2011 USF's Charles Kroncke discusses Social Security and "oft-repeated assertions" about the entitlement program.

Save water, grow jobs with smart pricing - Milwaukee-Wisconsin Journal Sentinel
August 27, 2011 USF's Charles Kroncke coauthors an editorial on the economic benefits of saving water.

Interest growing in small business. Is it for you? - WTSP-TV, 10 News
August 22, 2011 USF's Small Business Development Center consultants cite questions that people need to answer when starting a small business.

The 20-Something Entrepreneur Market - Business Opportunities Weblog
August 21, 2011 Entrepreneurship professor Stephen Budd is quoted in an article on the 20-something entrepreneur market.

Inside the inflation numbers on Social Security - St. Petersburg Times
August 18, 2011 Associate Dean Charles Kroncke pens a guest column, "Inside the Inflation Numbers on Social Security."

Making the University of South Florida home - St. Petersburg Times
August 18, 2011 Students move into USF's Bulls Business Community, a living-learning center for high achieving freshman students.

Hillsborough County Home Prices Appear Stable - Gulf Coast Business Review
August 18, 2011 USF business professor Ron Rutherford examines short-sale home prices in Hillsborough County.

Hillsborough home prices stable - Gulf Coast Business Review
August 16, 2011 USF real estate professor Ron Rutherford discusses home prices in Hillsborough County.

Teburu Disrupts Restaurant World, Wins USF Business Plan Competition - 83 Degrees Media
August 16, 2011 Teburu, an online ordering system for restaurants, wins the USF-Fintech Business Plan Competition.

Maddux News Wire
August 15, 2011 Business professor Ron Rutherford says home prices appear stable once "distress" sales are excluded.

Credit downgrade could make interest rates higher on loansWFTS-TV, ABC Action News
August 8, 2011 USF finance professor Dror Parnes comments on Standard & Poor's rating downgrade.

ABC Action News
August 8, 2011 Business professor Dror Parnes calls S&P's move to downgrade U.S. credit rating a "brave move" but warns that uncertainty and turmoil will have ripple effect on interest rates

WFLA-TV, Newschannel 8
August 8, 2011 USF professor Dror Parnes comments on how Standard & Poor's downgrade might affect local consumers.

Credit downgrade could make interest rates higher on loansWFTS-TV, ABC Action News
August 8, 2011 Marketing professor Mimi Stamps is quoted in story about U.S. credit downgrade.

Logical Choice - USF News
August 5, 2011 Business professor Jim Stock is honored for his work in supply chain and logistics management.

Budget deal punts on jobs, causes of deficit - St. Petersburg Times
August 4, 2011 USF's Charles Kroncke pens an Op-Ed column on debt ceiling agreement deal, calling plan "seriously deficient."

Debt ceiling deal will have local impact - WFTS-TV, ABC Action News
August 1, 2011 Associate Dean Charles Kroncke predicts layoffs and linked repercussions as a result of debt ceiling deal .

Thinking Irrationally - Gulf Coast Business Review
July 1, 2011 Researcher and doctoral student Ali Besharat discusses reasons consumers unconsciously lose self-control and over-consume.

Consumers Behave Irrationally When It Comes to Financial Decision Making - Gulf Coast Business Review
June 26, 2011 Marketing researcher Ali Besharat receives fellowship to continue studies on irrational consumer behavior.

Hernando County business digest for June 25 - Hernando Times
June 25, 2011 USF's Small Business Development Center partners with Chamber of Commerce to provide free consultation services.

Third parties need not be spoilers - St. Petersburg Times
June 24, 2011 Associate Dean Charles Kroncke pens a guest column suggesting that instant runoff voting might better reflect voter preference in the U.S.

2011 BusinessWoman of the Year finalists chosen - Tampa Bay Business Journal
June 22, 2011 USF's Eileen Rodriguez, who heads up the Small Business Development Center, is a finalist for the Business Woman of the Year awards.

Maddux
June 22, 2011 USF doctoral student examines consumer behavior and receives fellowship to study irrational behavior.

Oil subsidies subvert free market functions - St. Petersburg Times
June 13, 2011 USF's Charles Kroncke discusses oil subsidies, stateside drilling, and national security.

USF exploring partial smoking ban costs - USF Oracle
June 13, 2011 School of Accountancy Director Stephanie Bryant discusses USF's new partial smoking ban.

USF's Renaissance Man: Chaz Hine - ESPN College Football Blog
June 9, 2011 ESPN calls USF business student Chaz Hine, an honors student, 25 Under 25 honoree, football player, and opera singer, a "renaissance man."

University Beat: 2011 25 Under 25 - WUSF-TV
June 6, 2011 The University Beat spotlights some of "25 Under 25" honorees, a collection of business students who excel both inside and outside of the classroom.

25 Under 25 - WUSF Radio
June 2011 Several students from the College of Business 25 Under 25 program discuss how they balance academics and extracurricular activities.

Cocoa Beach sunscreen company's outlook bright - Florida Today
May 29, 2011 USF professor Anand Kumar is quoted in article about Sun Bum Sunscreens, saying the firm's decision to call itself a Cocoa Beach company is smart strategy.

The debt ceiling deadline approaches: What are the options? - W88.5FM Community Radio
May 25, 2011 Charles Kroncke, associate dean for the USF College of Business, discusses debt ceiling deadline on local radio.

Precariously close to edge of fiscal cliff - St. Petersburg Times
May 23, 2011 Associate Dean Charles Kroncke's opinion column discusses the debt ceiling, federal spending, and debt reduction.

Protests Dissipate as Campuswide Smoking Bans Take Hold - The Chronicle of Higher Education
May 22, 2011 USF's Stephanie Bryant, chair of a task force addressing smoking on campus, talks about the group's recommendation for a partial ban.

Bradenton Herald
May 21, 2011 Maria Yepes, a business analyst with the USF Small Business Development Center, comments in a story on lending challenges that small businesses face.

Nose-diving home equity means slower Florida recovery - Tampa Tribune
May 12, 2011 Jim Parrish, a financial advisor at USF's Small Business Development Center, comments on home equity loans and organizations coping from the economic fallout.

Late Tax Payments Cost More - The Ledger
May 11, 2011 Polk County commissioners approved a grant agreement between USF and the Small Business Development Center.

University Of Delaware's Title IX Sports Cuts: Questions Still Linger - Huffington Post
May 10, 2011 Management professor Kevin Renshler says that cutting men's teams decreases the funding disparity between men and women's programs but doesn't automatically add to women's programs.

Central Florida News
April 26, 2011 USF's Small Business Development Center conducted its second annual business growth conference in as part of National Small Business Week.

Small adjustments can fix Social Security - St. Petersburg Times
April 21, 2011 Associate Dean Charles Kroncke suggests a small adjustment implemented over 50 years to resolve Social Security problems.

Bulls Beat: Mitchell worthy gamble for Holtz - Tampa Tribune
April 19, 2011 USF senior offensive lineman and management major Chaz Hine was named the "Most Remarkable" in the USF College of Business 25 Under 25 program.

Hine named "Most Remarkable" in COB 25 Under 25 program - TBO Blogs - Bulls Report
April 19, 2011 Bulls football player and outstanding business student Chaz Hine is named "Most Remarkable" in College of Business program.

Hine honored in USF business school's '25 under 25' - St. Petersburg Times
April 8, 2011 USF football player Chaz Hine was included in the roster of "25 Under 25" students at USF, along with fellow business student Tiffany Eveld.

Maddux
April 8, 2011 Fintech CEO Scott Riley was named "Mentor of the Year" by students and alumni of the USF Center for Entrepreneurship.

Maddux
April 7, 2011 Richard J. Dobkin was also recently named "Executive in Residence" for the USF College of Business.

Maddux
April 4, 2011 Graduate business students from USF took second place during the Association for Corporate Growth's case competition.

Business model doesn't work in government - St. Petersburg Times
March 28, 2011 An opinion column penned by USF's Charles Kroncke notes that "running government like a business" may not work and points out some potential unintended consequences.

USF taps Richard Dobkin as executive in residence - Tampa Bay Business Journal
March 23, 2011 Richard Dobkin, former head of Ernst & Young in Tampa, is named an "Executive in Residence" for USF's School of Accountancy

School of Accountancy Names New "Executive in Residence"
March 23, 2011 Tampa Bay Business Hall of Fame recipient Richard Dobkin joins USF's School of Accountancy as executive in residence.

FOX 13
March 22, 2011 First generation students in USF College of Business' Corporate Mentor Program begin mentoring 8th grade students at Academy Prep.

WFLA-TV, NewsChannel 8
March 21, 2011 Carol Vance, an instructor in USF's School of Accountancy, comments on the IRS system and identity theft during tax season.

Robert Forsythe to step down as USF College of Business dean - Tampa Bay Business Journal
March 10, 2011 USF College of Business Dean Robert Forsythe to step down after the 2011-2012 academic year.

Keep large debt numbers in context - St. Petersburg Times
January 24, 2011 USF College of Business Associate Dean Charles Kroncke discusses the misrepresentations of the national debt.

USF study shows political lobbying boosts the bottom line - St. Petersburg Times
January 23, 2011 USF business professor Sean Lux was part of a research study that found that businesses that engage in political activity see a boost to their bottom lines.

Summit Gives Students Statewide the Opportunity to Network with Global Businesses
January 21, 2011 Florida Student Summit on Global Business brings students and companies together for free, daylong event February 11 involving networking, mentoring, and guest speakers

FOX 13
January 14, 2011 USF College of Business Dean Robert Forsythe comments on the economic effects of only buying American-made products.

Maddux Report
December 12, 2010 USF's Sean Lux finds that political activism improves business performance, boosting the bottom line by "roughly 20%."

Political Activism Improves Business Performance
December 8, 2010 Political Activism Improves Business Performance; study shows businesses engaged in corporate political activity improve bottom line.

Don't Worry, Social Security is OK - San Angelo Standard-Times
December 7, 2010 "No need to worry about social security," says USF's Charles Kroncke.

Recovery bonds are a way out of the tax debate - St. Petersburg Times
November, 29, 2010 USF's Charles Kroncke discusses the cost of extending tax cuts for all taxpayers.

The Bottom Line on Accounting Research
November 28, 2010 USF expert conducts accounting research relevant in a post-Enron world.

American Chronicle
November 26, 2010 Entrepreneurship professor Sean Lux comments on Major League Baseball attendance for the Tampa Bay Rays.

Social Security? It'll be fine - St. Petersburg Times
November 21, 2010 Associate Dean Charles Kroncke discusses the status of the social security program.

St. Petersburg Times
November 18, 2010 Associate Dean Charles Kroncke explains that social security is not necessarily worthy of "alarming pejoratives" that often accompany discussions about the program's future.

Background in opera has helped USF Bulls' Chaz Hine prepare to play before large audiences - St. Petersburg Times
November 17, 2010 Business management student Chaz Hine is featured in a story about his academics success, athletic success, and his "other" passion: performing opera.

Mixing business with politics pays off as ever - International Business Times
November 13, 2010 Sean Lux, co-author of 'Mixing Business with Politics: A Meta-Analytic Study of Corporate Political Activity,' says companies engaging in corporate political activities are making higher profits. The study will be published in the January 2011 edition of the Journal of Management.

My Fox Tampa Bay
November 12, 2010 Marketing professor James Stock comments on "Black Friday" shopping and the recession.

Maddux News Wire
November 10, 2010 Area executives can earn a "Green Belt" in Lean Six Sigma through the USF Lean Six Sigma Green Belt program.

Florida Health News
October 29, 2010 Business student Ryan Kania visits Guatemala and returns to launch non-profit organization to ship surplus medical supplies to impoverished regions.

Tampa Tribune
October 3, 2010 Entrepreneurship professor Sean Lux studies Major League Baseball attendance for the Tampa Bay Rays, concluding that team performance and metro population drive attendance far more than the unemployment rate.

USF Assists Hernando Entrepreneurs With New Business Development Center - 83degrees
September 21, 2010 The University of South Florida recently opened a branch of its Small Business Development Center in the Hernando County Airport Industrial Park.

University of South Florida rejoins top 25 graduate programs in entrepreneurship - St. Petersburg Times
September 21, 2010 USF's Center for Entrepreneurship has reclaimed a top 25 ranking for its graduate program by the Princeton Review on the 2010 list featured in Entrepreneur magazine's October issue.

By All Accounts, They Are No. 1
September 9, 2010 USF's accounting honors organizations snags international award two years in a row; maintains 35-year streak for superior ranking.

USF Magazine
Fall 2010 The Bulls Business Community is profiled in an article about living-learning communities and student success.

College of Business Hands Out Nearly $350,000 in Scholarship Money
August 23, 2010 More than 150 students receive scholarship assistance from various donors

USF College of Business Unveils New Honors Program
August 10, 2010 The first of its kind in Florida, USF's new business honors program blends coursework, research, and applied learning activities.

College of Business Accounting Organization Named in Top 15 in World
August 9, 2010 Students from USF's Beta Alpha Psi (an honors organization) are recognized as a KPMG Gold chapter for the second year in a row.

Real Estate Master's Degree on Tap
August 4, 2010 A new interdisciplinary master's degree program in real estate kicks off this fall.

College of Business Welcomes Distinguished Professor to Faculty
August 2, 2010 New professor joins USF to spearhead new MS in Real Estate.

Accountancy Students Perform Graduation Flash Mob
June 11, 2010 Students from USF's School of Accountancy celebrate graduation with a "flash mob" performance.

Student-Created Blackberry App Wins Prize
May 17, 2010 MIS students from USF placed second in national competition to create an app for the Blackberry Storm.

Business Plan Competition for Aspiring Entrepreneurs
April 7, 2010 Students have opportunity to compete to make business plans reality

Building a Business
February 1, 2010 USF's Center for Entrepreneurship gives students knowledge to create companies.

College of Business Offers Degree in Advertising
December 3, 2009 USF Trustees approve a new business advertising degree; USF now offers two pathways to an advertising degree.

Macdill Partners with College of Business
October 21, 2009 MacDill AFB partners with experts from USF's College of Business to streamline operations and potentially trigger "lean" transformation.

College of Business Awards $300,000 in Scholarships
September 9, 2009 About 120 students receive financial aid from donors

Bhattacherjee Named One of the World's Top 25 Researchers
July 14, 2009 An avid researcher, professor Anol Bhattacherjee is named top researcher by the Communications of the Association for Information Systems journal.