Business

In a discussion at the Miami Herbert Business School, Carlos Brito revealed the elements that are needed to operate a successful business.

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Amazon expands, invests in retail stores

Responding to bottlenecks in the online marketplace and a desire for more consumer data, Amazon’s purchase of retail store properties constitutes sound business strategy, said Sara Rushinek, a professor and e-commerce specialist.

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Amazon expands, invests in retail stores

Responding to bottlenecks in the online marketplace and a desire for more consumer data, Amazon’s purchase of retail store properties constitutes sound business strategy, said Sara Rushinek, a professor and e-commerce specialist.

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Amazon expands, invests in retail stores

Responding to bottlenecks in the online marketplace and a desire for more consumer data, Amazon’s purchase of retail store properties constitutes sound business strategy, said Sara Rushinek, a professor and e-commerce specialist.

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Amazon expands, invests in retail stores

Responding to bottlenecks in the online marketplace and a desire for more consumer data, Amazon’s purchase of retail store properties constitutes sound business strategy, said Sara Rushinek, a professor and e-commerce specialist.

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Does the US have leverage in restricting Taliban access to assets?

University of Miami law and finance experts assess whether the U.S. holds bargaining power with the Taliban regime by restricting access to billions of dollars of international assets pertaining to Afghanistan.

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Does the US have leverage in restricting Taliban access to assets?

University of Miami law and finance experts assess whether the U.S. holds bargaining power with the Taliban regime by restricting access to billions of dollars of international assets pertaining to Afghanistan.

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Does the US have leverage in restricting Taliban access to assets?

University of Miami law and finance experts assess whether the U.S. holds bargaining power with the Taliban regime by restricting access to billions of dollars of international assets pertaining to Afghanistan.

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Leader notes partnerships as key to The Underline’s success

During a Miami Herbert Business School lecture, Meg Daly, CEO and president of Friends of The Underline, discussed how parsing financial support and opportunistic startup strategies have fostered development of the 10-mile linear park and urban trail.

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Leader notes partnerships as key to The Underline’s success

During a Miami Herbert Business School lecture, Meg Daly, CEO and president of Friends of The Underline, discussed how parsing financial support and opportunistic startup strategies have fostered development of the 10-mile linear park and urban trail.

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Former U.S. health secretary joins Miami Herbert Business School

Alex Azar, who as the nation’s top health official supervised Operation Warp Speed to develop COVID-19 vaccines in record time, will undertake a teaching and policy research position at the University of Miami this September.

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Former U.S. health secretary joins Miami Herbert Business School

Alex Azar, who as the nation’s top health official supervised Operation Warp Speed to develop COVID-19 vaccines in record time, will undertake a teaching and policy research position at the University of Miami this September.

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Carbon border tariff takes aim at worst pollution perpetrators

University of Miami business and law specialists tout the potential of a carbon border tax to level the global playing field and cut carbon emissions scientists link to extreme weather catastrophes.

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Carbon border tariff takes aim at worst pollution perpetrators

University of Miami business and law specialists tout the potential of a carbon border tax to level the global playing field and cut carbon emissions scientists link to extreme weather catastrophes.

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Union leader: Flight attendants under threat from unruly passengers

During a talk hosted by the Miami Herbert Business School, Sara Nelson, president of the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA, AFL-CIO, highlighted the role of collective action to safeguard workers’ rights and livelihoods.

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No fans or tourists: Can Tokyo still medal with the Olympics?

Applying resilient urban design concepts and transparent marketing strategies may help Japan mitigate a mountain of challenges and stage a successful Olympics, suggest University of Miami specialists in those fields.

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Brazil’s central bank president: Innovations fueling rebound

Roberto Campos Neto, in a live lecture at the Miami Herbert Business School, highlighted new tech-driven policies developed by the central bank as key to the country’s robust economic recovery.

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Social media influencers have the power to sway audiences

Claudia Townsend, associate professor of marketing, and undergraduate student Jasmine Ortiz, a professional singer, songwriter, and social media personality explain the world of digital marketing.

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Social media influencers have the power to sway audiences

Claudia Townsend, associate professor of marketing, and undergraduate student Jasmine Ortiz, a professional singer, songwriter, and social media personality explain the world of digital marketing.

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Economists: Strengthen U.S.-Latin America bond through trade, educational support

To advance U.S. interests—and to counter China’s increased presence in the hemisphere—the Biden administration should increase trade and help advance education in Latin America and the Caribbean, according to scholars from the Miami Herbert Business School.

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Economists: Strengthen U.S.-Latin America bond through trade, educational support

To advance U.S. interests—and to counter China’s increased presence in the hemisphere—the Biden administration should increase trade and help advance education in Latin America and the Caribbean, according to scholars from the Miami Herbert Business School.

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University economists: Inflation spike no cause for alarm

Alex Horenstein and Miguel Angel Iraola Guzman, both faculty members with the Miami Herbert Business School, agree that the current rise in prices are symptomatic of the recovery and warrant attention, but not worry—at least for now.

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University economists: Inflation spike no cause for alarm

Alex Horenstein and Miguel Angel Iraola Guzman, both faculty members with the Miami Herbert Business School, agree that the current rise in prices are symptomatic of the recovery and warrant attention, but not worry—at least for now.

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Experts delve into recent ransomware attacks

University of Miami cybersecurity and supply chain faculty members explain why cybercriminals are finding infrastructure a lucrative target.

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Experts delve into recent ransomware attacks

University of Miami cybersecurity and supply chain faculty members explain why cybercriminals are finding infrastructure a lucrative target.

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Education innovator highlights risk-taking, destigmatizing failure

Sal Khan, founder and CEO of the Khan Academy, touted the “huge positives” that come with guiding a values-aligned nonprofit organization with a global educational mission in his virtual lecture to the Miami Herbert Business School.

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Education innovator highlights risk-taking, destigmatizing failure

Sal Khan, founder and CEO of the Khan Academy, touted the “huge positives” that come with guiding a values-aligned nonprofit organization with a global educational mission in his virtual lecture to the Miami Herbert Business School.

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Promoter’s vision sparked car racing in Miami

Patricia Sanchez Abril, a professor in the Miami Herbert Business School whose entrepreneurial father, Ralph Sanchez, brought the first Grand Prix to the city in the early 1980s, reflects on his legacy as Formula One racing prepares to return.

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Promoter’s vision sparked car racing in Miami

Patricia Sanchez Abril, a professor in the Miami Herbert Business School whose entrepreneurial father, Ralph Sanchez, brought the first Grand Prix to the city in the early 1980s, reflects on his legacy as Formula One racing prepares to return.

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The chips are down in Detroit, but supply chains are not to blame

U.S. auto plants are cutting jobs and trimming production for want of needed semiconductor chips, but given the structure of the chip supply chain, this was inevitable, University of Miami management experts assert.

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The chips are down in Detroit, but supply chains are not to blame

U.S. auto plants are cutting jobs and trimming production for want of needed semiconductor chips, but given the structure of the chip supply chain, this was inevitable, University of Miami management experts assert.

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