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Rays & Rowdies give career advice to students trying to break into the sports industry

The USF Muma College of Business hosted a panel discussion featuring sports executives and personnel from the Tampa Bay Rays and the Tampa Bay Rowdies.

September 26, 2022Business News, Events

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Lauren G. Weiner, co-founder of WWC Global, to be the next guest at the Conversation with a CEO series

The former CEO and owner of the largest woman-led federal contracting firm in Tampa will be the next guest for the USF Muma College of Business’s Conversation with a CEO series.

September 14, 2022Business News, Events

Having coded stickers on his computer as a kid, Interim Dean of the Muma College of Business Gert-Jan de Vreede has always had a passion for finding solutions. ORACLE PHOTO/ALEXANDRA URBAN

Gert-Jan de Vreede leads Muma College of Business through empathetic leadership - The Oracle

Having coded stickers on his computer as a kid, Interim Dean of the Muma College of Business Gert-Jan de Vreede has always had a passion for finding solutions.

September 14, 2022Business News, Spotlights

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USF Muma College of Business alumni among top Bull-run businesses in 2022 USF Fast 56 Awards

Some of the world’s fastest-growing University of South Florida alumni-led businesses were recognized in the annual 2022 USF Fast 56 Awards and business bulls were among the top honorees.

September 14, 2022Business News, Entrepreneurship, Honors and Awards

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HUSTLE competition offers USF students start-up experience in "extreme form of experiential learning"

Enterprising students interested in entrepreneurship have a unique opportunity to run their own kiosk food vendor business and earn up to $75,000 in cash prizes in the HUSTLE competition. The runner-up prize is $25,000.

September 13, 2022Business News, Entrepreneurship

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Crashing real estate waves - Anna Maria Island Sun

We don’t have a lot of serious wave activity here on the Gulf coast; most of the big rollers are on the Atlantic Ocean side, especially north of Florida.

September 12, 2022Business News

The heightened state people get from caffeine likely causes them to be more impulsive shoppers, a study suggests. ILLUSTRATION: RAFAEL MAYANI

Why Drinking Coffee Can Make You Spend More Money - The Wall Street Journal

A study suggests that having a beverage with caffeine before shopping may lead to more purchases

September 9, 2022Business News, Research and Innovation

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Murder, money laundering and Donald Trump: Nine years later, allegations linger at Tri-County Mall - ABC 9 Cincinnati

As developers toil to turn the former Tri-County Mall into an upscale apartment community, a city and bank in Kazakhstan are asking a federal judge in New York to help them recover $30 million lost at the mall in a 2013 money-laundering scam.

September 6, 2022Business News

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Hospitality major begins on USF's St. Petersburg campus

Students can earn a bachelor's degree in hospitality management from the USF Muma College of Business. The new offering will create a talent pipeline to fill jobs in the local tourism industry.

September 1, 2022Business News

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Is Tampa Bay’s housing market cooling off? Real estate experts say it is - Fox 13 Tampa Bay

The housing market is starting to level off despite high demand and record prices in Tampa Bay, according to real estate experts.

September 1, 2022Business News

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Professional Weekend MBA program sees growth, new hybrid design

The Professional Weekend MBA at the Muma College of Business is among the graduate programs seeing growth as it kicked off a newly redesigned hybrid model. Students attend in-person classes once a month and classes are also offered online to accommodate busy professional schedules.

August 31, 2022Business News

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US housing markets are slowing. Is Florida the exception? - Tampa Bay Times

Tampa was ranked the ninth-most-overpriced housing market in the country.

August 30, 2022Business News

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