Article Listing

Filter By


Viewing items with Category: All Categories, Year: All Years

Muma College of Business Logo

2022’s Best Places to Shop on Black Friday - WalletHub

Black Friday shopping is one of America’s most treasured holiday traditions, but there’s always a bit of hassle involved.

November 16, 2022Business News

image of boundless bulls student

Student Spotlight: Paola-Marie Mannino wants you to get involved | USF Muma College of Business

Paola-Marie Mannino, a fourth-year marketing major on the Sarasota-Manatee campus and the voice behind the social media channels for the Office of Student Engagement and the Campus Activities Board, was elected to the Royal Court at the Homecoming Ball during USF Homecoming 2022.

November 16, 2022Business News, Spotlights

image of bob anderson

Robert L. Anderson, Emeritus Dean of the USF Muma College of Business, passed away at age 82

A memorial service is planned for noon on Nov. 26 at Christ the King Catholic Church at 821 South Dale Mabry Highway in Tampa.

November 14, 2022Business News

image of smart phone

New USF patent creates digital alibis

Researchers at the University of South Florida are in the process of licensing a new, patented technology that can more accurately confirm an individual’s identity and location using their voice. The technology, dubbed “Here I am,” creates an unforgeable, encrypted digital certificate on a user’s cellular device.

November 14, 2022Business News, Research and Innovation

image of Paul Reilly

Raymond James Financial CEO headlines EMBA Distinguished Speaker Series

Paul Reilly was the featured speaker at the Nov. 4 Distinguished Speaker Series at the USF Muma College of Business where about 35 Executive MBA students listened as the Raymond James Financial CEO shared lessons from his decades-long career as a business executive.

November 14, 2022Business News, Events

two men discussing app

USF researchers work to close gap in security to help prove it's you behind a device - Fox 13 Tampa Bay

Apps often have you press a button or enter a code on your phone to log in. But, a couple of University of South Florida professors are working to close a gap in security to prove it’s actually you behind the device and not an imposter.

November 11, 2022Business News

Delroy Hunter

Learning from the mishandling of post-pandemic financial affairs - The Gleaner

Jamaica has not consistently benefited from the most prudent management of its financial affairs, neither in the fiscal nor monetary policy sphere.

November 11, 2022Business News

image of emba student

Fortune ranks USF’s Executive MBA and Part-Time MBA programs among the best in the nation

Two of USF’s MBA programs are ranked among the best in the nation, according to Fortune, one of the world’s leading business publications. The Executive MBA and the Part-Time MBA programs both landed dominant spots in the 2023 rankings.

November 10, 2022Business News, Honors and Awards

image of the Bellini Center for Talent Development

Riley Education Foundation donates $500,000 to USF’s Bellini Center for Talent Development

The Riley Education Foundation is making a $500,000 gift to the University of South Florida’s Bellini Center for Talent Development to boost the center’s operational software. The generous gift is a long-term commitment to help ensure business students have a technological edge and innovative approach to landing coveted internships and preparing for job placement.

November 9, 2022Business News

image of esports summit

Due to Tropical Storm Nicole, USF Esports Summit and Tournament rescheduled for Jan. 27

Due to Tropical Storm Nicole, the USF esports summit and tournament have been rescheduled to Jan. 27 with the same schedule and location. The one-day summit allows participants to connect with regional and global esports industry leaders. It will conclude with a live-action championship finale where the 2022 Battle for Florida tournament winner will be crowned.

November 8, 2022Business News, Events

image of Toluwani Adebakin

Alumni Spotlight: From track and field to esports, ‘You have to love what you do’ says Toluwani Adebakin

Toluwani Adebakin grew up in Nigeria and loved to run. With pure talent and the support of his family and coach, Adebakin’s athletic ability grew exponentially as he got older. His love for running has opened doors for him, and in turn, he has dedicated himself to creating opportunities for other athletes.

November 8, 2022Business News, Spotlights

About Business News

Welcome to USF Muma College of Business news. We are dedicated to sharing compelling stories about our innovative research, outstanding faculty, staff, and students, and significant accomplishments from all three campuses. Here we are one college, six schools, and all business.