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Jul 29, 2022

Nathan Goldman Outlines How To Respond to Value Loss in Cryptocurrency

Nathan Goldman, assistant professor of accounting, shares options for cryptocurrency holders facing a loss in value. 

Jul 26, 2022

Nathan Goldman Expects NC Taxes Will Drive New Businesses

Nathan Goldman, assistant professor of accounting, predicts the state's zero percent corporate tax rate will secure new businesses along with their employees. 

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Jul 26, 2022

Bruce Branson Advises Businesses to Understand Sustainability Risks

Bruce Branson, professor of accounting, encourages businesses and consumers to pay more attention to environmental, social, and governance risks and to pursue open communication between risk leaders and the board of directors. 

Jul 19, 2022

Mark Beasley Provides Insight on the Current State of Risk Management

Mark Beasley, professor of accounting, joined the Journal of Accountancy podcast to discuss the 2022 annual report on the state of risk oversight and what organizations must prioritize when assessing their enterprise risk management (ERM) practices. 

Jul 8, 2022

Rob Handfield on the Effects of Expensive Plastics on Health Care

Rob Handfield, professor of operations and supply chain management, further breaks down the shortage of plastics. 

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Jul 1, 2022

Heather Dretsch Shares the Right Way to Engage with Consumers on Social Media

Heather Dretsch's, assistant professor of marketing, new study shows Instagram as the most preferred platform and brand secrecy as the most valuable technique to consumers. 

Jul 1, 2022

Barry Goodwin’s Study Shows the Economic Implications of California’s Bacon Law

Barry Goodwin, professor of economics, shares his findings on the economic implications of the "bacon law." 

Jul 1, 2022

Stacy Wood on the Challenges of Promoting COVID-19 Vaccines

Stacy Wood discusses the lack of enthusiasm to continue getting shots from some Americans while others cannot wait to receive another dose. 

Jun 21, 2022

Srini Krishnamurthy Shares Advice on Secured Credit Cards

Srini Krishnamurthy, associate professor of finance, shares his expertise on secured credit cards and answers consumers' most pressing questions about the card. 

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Jun 10, 2022

Brad Kirkman on the Implications of Workplace Empowerment

Bradley Kirkman collaborated with Tobias Dennerlein, assistant professor at IESE Business School, to share the future implications of workplace empowerment.