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Wirecard probe brings scrutiny to how fintech companies are audited

Associate Professor Luo Zuo discusses how fintech companies may operate under several business models and use multiple accounting methods.

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Digits to the left

Associate Professor Manoj Thomas is helping identify conditions that facilitate the left-digit bias to help managers decide pricing strategy.

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Juneteenth gives corporate America a chance to act on pledges to fight racism following George Floyd’s killing

Dean Lynn Perry Wooten discusses Juneteenth as many companies begin to give their employees the day off or a day of reflection.

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A company’s biggest privacy threat? Insiders

Associate Professor David Sherwyn discusses company garnered data and how serious steps should be taken to protect it from outsiders and insiders.

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Favorite MBA professors of the Class of 2020

Professor of Practice Risa Mish and Senior Lecturer Craig Snow named to favorite MBA Professors of the Class of 2020 list.

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For businesses to be actively anti-racist, they have to put in the work and investment for the long-term

In a contributed piece, Professor Christopher Marquis discusses creating sustained change in business around the plague of racial injustice.

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Employees crowdsource to boost social justice donations

Assistant Professor Jamie Perry says matching contributions is one way companies can show their employees they know what’s going on right now.

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Learning to recognize discrimination in business language

According to Angela Noble-Grange, senior lecturer of management communication, a reason we use business speak is to build credibility.

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These Chinese stocks will be hurt the most if the U.S. forces them to delist

Professor Andrew Karolyi weighs in on a federal bill that could force Chinese companies to delist their shares from U.S. exchanges.