Muma College of Business | University of South Florida
COVID-19 Makes its Mark on the Housing Market The coronavirus pandemic has already disrupted life as most Americans know it.
Cyber Threats Rise in Times of Uncertainty, Fear The dark threat of someone intruding into your cyberspace is ever present.
Grocery Stores and Other Retailers Forced to Cope with Consumer Demand during COVID-19 Outbreak In normal times, shoppers browse the aisles of the grocery store, pick what they want or need, toss it into the cart and move on their way.
Major Sports and Entertainment Businesses Taking a Big COVID-19 Hit; How Soon Will They Recover? With the economy in a COVID-19 free fall, everyone is feeling the pinch. But among those hit hardest are sports – professional and collegiate – and entertainment.
Florida SBDC at USF Processing Emergency Loans to Help Small Businesses Weather the COVID-19 Storm As more and more small businesses begin to feel the pinch of closure or restrictive hours due to the COVID-19 outbreak, there is a helping hand for small business owners caught in this pandemic-dug tunnel.
All classes and necessary support functions will continue remotely through the spring semester. USF has developed a myriad of tools, technologies, training and other resources to assist in this transition. Classes scheduled over Spring Break will be rescheduled. You should get a message from your instructor.