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Experienced auditors better at fraud detection after simple cue
AuditingThursday April 6, 2017 6:15AM ET
A new study co-written by a pair of University of Illinois experts in audit and financial accounting finds that a simple cue can trigger a sizable increase in fraud detection among experienced auditors.
Cheap or expensive, buying mistakes are always expensive
BuyingMonday April 3, 2017 5:57AM ET
No matter are you buying a car or a company, there are some sales techniques that can be used against you to make your decision a bit faster than you would want to.
Star employees want significant increase in income and good brand
Star employeeThursday March 30, 2017 5:49AM ET
Gallup asked employees how important certain attributes are when considering whether to take a job with a different organization.
Hard data behind soft skills: leadership development pays off
Business schoolMonday March 27, 2017 5:44AM ET
Harvard Business Review called leadership development programs the "great training robbery." According to the Wall Street Journal, such programs are a "waste of time and money."
Outside auditors should be wary of information provided by management
AuditingThursday March 23, 2017 5:40AM ET
New research from the University of Missouri shows auditors can be influenced and misled by information provided by management.
Hiring data creates risk of workplace bias
HiringMonday March 20, 2017 5:48AM ET
American employers increasingly rely on large datasets and computer algorithms to decide who gets interviewed, hired or promoted.
Why CEOs of failing companies jump ship. Sometimes
CEO leavingThursday March 16, 2017 5:59AM ET
It's a common scenario in the corporate world. A company begins to fail, and before long the CEO is out the door.
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