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Investors: Be Wary of Auditor Dismissals for the Rest of the Year

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Research by Jeffrey Burks of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business and Jennifer Sustersic Stevens of Ohio University finds that the end of the second fiscal quarter marks a sharp dividing line for auditor dismissals.

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Key Skill to Attain Virtual Team Leadership Is Ability to Type Fast

A new study from the University of Iowa finds that to the fast typist go the leadership spoils. The study suggests that the fleet-fingered are more likely to emerge as the leaders of virtual work teams that have members scattered in multiple offices.

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Wells Fargo and the Public's Withdrawal of Trust

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Darden Professor Luann Lynch dissects the reasons behind Wells Fargo losing professional respect, the trust of the public, and its reputation in her case study called "The Wells Fargo Commercial Banking Scandal".

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Evaluating Research Ethics

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Five years after the implementation of a congressional mandate, West Virginia University researchers found that the majority of top U.S. research universities have not complied with the National Science Foundation’s policy on instruction in the responsible conduct of research.

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OneLogin, 'Fort Knox' of Password Lockers, Attractive to Cyber-Thieves

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Merrick Rosenberg, CEO and Co-Founder of Take Flight Learning, Recipient of 2017 HR Consultant of the Year Award

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Merrick Rosenberg, CEO and co-founder of Take Flight Learning (TFL), the leading DISC training company in the United States, is the recipient of the 2017 HR Consultant of the Year Award.

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How to Use Collaborative Creativity to Solve Problems and Innovate

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Darden Professor Jeanne Liedtka and her co-authors detail why organizations should consider design thinking

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International Technology Companies Struggling to Balance Productivity with Worker Quality of Life

Researchers have completed an intensive four year study (funded by National Science Foundation) that addresses the conundrum between worker productivity and the need for work life balance. Although they studies the crucial global Information Technology (IT) workforce, the key findings apply to all workers.

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Study Uncovers Large-Scale Volatility Index (VIX) Manipulation

Newly examined aggregate evidence points to large-scale potential manipulation of the CBOE’s Volatility Index (VIX), according to a study from The University of Texas at Austin.

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Researchers Find Computer Code That Volkswagen Used to Cheat Emissions Tests

An international team of researchers has uncovered the mechanism that allowed Volkswagen to circumvent U.S. and European emission tests over at least six years before the Environmental Protection Agency put the company on notice in 2015 for violating the Clean Air Act. During a year-long investigation, researchers found code that allowed a car’s onboard computer to determine that the vehicle was undergoing an emissions test.







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