• Michael Dambra.

    10-26-2021 — Forbes covered new research by Michael Dambra, associate professor of accounting and law, that found many of the worst performing special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs) offer overly aggressive revenue forecasts that they fail to deliver on.

  • 10-22-2021 — In a USA Today interview, Nallan Suresh, UB Distinguished Professor of operations management and strategy, explained that much of the country's supply chain shortages can be attributed to COVID-19 disruptions, but their genesis goes back to the trade war period before 2019.

  • 10-5-2021 — USA Today quoted Natalie Simpson, associate professor and chair of operations management and strategy, in a story about what caused a catastrophic oil spill off the Southern California coast.

  • Michael Dambra.

    9-29-2021 — Bloomberg reported on new research by Michael Dambra, associate professor of accounting and law. He found that when companies go public through a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) and project high revenue growth, those projections tend to be inflated and the company underperforms.