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Companies Can Regain Market Value After a Scandal if They Think Beyond the Investor Audience, Says Stanford's Ed Dehaan @Stanfordbiz

Released: 15-Jan-2014 4:00 PM EST
Source Newsroom: Stanford Graduate School of Business
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Ed deHaan, assistant professor of accounting at Stanford Graduate School of Business, has found in a new study that companies can regain their market value after an accounting scandal by reaching out to customers, employees, and communities.

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