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FAU Experts: Commercial Real Estate Exposures Could Lead to Bank Failures

By | 02/22/2024

Sinking demand for office space in the commercial real estate market could lead to bank failures in parts of the country, according to two finance experts at Florida Atlantic University.

Longevity Conference

Investing in Longevity to the Science of Startups

By | 02/16/2024

Daniel Gropper, Ph.D., Dean of Florida Atlantic University's College of Business, along with Siri Terjesen, Ph.D., Phil Smith Professor, Associate Dean of Research and External Relations, and Executive Director of the Madden Center for Value Creation, along with Jeff Madden, CEO, ADvantage Therapeutics, Inc. welcomed over 150 attendees to their recent conference.

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Study: Here is the Best Housing Market to Buy in Based on Historic Pricing Trends

By | 02/06/2024

As many Americans struggle to find homes to buy, one place has emerged as the best area to purchase a home in the country, according to researchers at Florida Atlantic University and Florida International University.

2nd Annual Longevity Conference

Florida Atlantic's 2nd Annual Entrepreneurship, Longevity, and Biotech Conference

By | 01/31/2024

Florida Atlantic announces its second annual Entrepreneurship, Longevity, and Biotech Conference , welcoming entrepreneurs looking to start new ventures and investors seeking the most up-to-date discoveries emerging from biotech and longevity research. This conference offers a unique platform to connect with like-minded individuals and share innovations.

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FAU Poll: Hispanics Consumer Confidence Stronger Heading into 2024

By | 01/25/2024

Hispanics are feeling more optimistic about their financial situations heading into the new year, despite facing a year of rising costs, according to a poll released by the Florida Atlantic University Business and Economic Polling Initiative (FAU BEPI).

Rental Crisis Coming to an End

Study: is the Rental Crisis Coming to an End?

By | 01/24/2024

Rents across the country are on the decline, signaling that the rental crisis plaguing many cities in the United States could be coming to an end, according to researchers at Florida Atlantic University and two other schools.