Recent News

Firms were slow to adopt At-The-Market offerings, but Tippie study shows are now embraced

Sunday, January 19, 2020

A study from the University of Iowa finds that a new form of issuing stock that doesn’t require an investment banker has been embraced by certain types of businesses those banks typically eschew.

Tippie researchers pinpoint why decluttering feels so hard

Thursday, January 16, 2020

If you can't quite bring yourself to declutter your home and toss out unneeded possessions, one reason why might surprise you. Researchers say the emotional tug you feel might be loneliness.

Does the IEM already know who will win the 2020 election?

Wednesday, January 8, 2020

The Wall Street Journal's 2020 Election+Business newsletter mentions the Tippie College of Business' Iowa Electronics Market (IEM) as one of the predictors of the upcoming presidential election.

How the UI is helping prevent sexual exploitation in Kenya

Tuesday, January 7, 2020

Tippie Associate Professor Patrick Johanns, along with team members Kelly Bedeian with the Institute for International Business and Kimm Harris of JPEC, won a grant to lead a business training course for women in the fishing villages around Lake Victoria, Kenya.

Tippie CPA first-time pass rates rank high regionally and nationally

Thursday, December 19, 2019

The latest National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) report shows that 80.2 percent of Tippie accounting graduates passed the CPA exam on their first try in 2018. The results place the accounting program CPA first-time pass rates at #1 in Iowa, #2 in the Big Ten, and #11 nationally.

Alum ensures Tippie students are ready for what's next

Thursday, December 12, 2019

Maria Turner (BBA86) is an accounting executive who uses data mining and blockchain strategy to help her clients optimize profitability. She's bringing her expertise back to Tippie in an effort to prepare the next generation of accountants for an industry that today is dominated by computer-generated data.

The business of business schools

Thursday, December 5, 2019

Paying for college is a constant worry for many students (and parents), and it’s easy to blame universities for being bloated and inefficient. Maybe if Iowa had kept its old World War II-era Quonset hut classrooms and skipped the rec center with climbing walls, college would be more affordable, right? Not really. And here’s why.