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Feb 24, 2021

Is E-Commerce the New Commerce?

Poole College professor Don Warsing weighs in on how Internet-based transactions are now the norm. Should re-evaluate how we define, teach and approach the concept of commerce? 

Feb 24, 2021

Transparent Supply Chains in Uncertain Times

Visibility and transparency are two words often associated with successful supply chain operations — especially in recent months. But what are the differences, and why do they matter? Poole College professors Tim Kraft and Eda Kemahlioglu-Ziya help break down this highly-relevant topic. 

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Feb 18, 2021

New Tool Assesses Brand Reputation in Real Time and in the Long Term

Researchers also showed how the tool related brand reputation to corporate value. 

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Nov 12, 2020

The Strategic Stockpile Failed; Experts Propose New Approach to Emergency Preparedness

Academic and military experts are calling for a new approach to national emergency preparedness. 

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Sep 21, 2020

‘Front of Package’ Nutrition Labels Improved Nutrition Quality

The adoption of nutrition data on “front of package” labels is associated with improved nutritional content of those foods and their competitors. 

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Jul 30, 2020

Having Clients From Many Industries Can Hurt the Effectiveness of Auditing Firms

When an accounting firm has an industry diversified client portfolio, the quality of the firm’s audits suffers. 

Jun 19, 2020

When Board Members Get Involved, Corporate Tax Burden Goes Down

New research finds that corporate tax-planning practices improve when a company’s board takes an interest in tax-planning practices – and better planning results in both less tax uncertainty and a lower tax burden. 

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Apr 14, 2020

Open Source or Closed? For (Some) Tech, It Really Doesn’t Matter

Does open-source tech spread through the marketplace faster? (Nope.) 

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Feb 10, 2020

Financial Pressure Makes CFOs Less Likely to Report Potential Fraud

A study finds that CFOs are less likely to voice fraud concerns when their companies are under pressure.