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As the competition grows for qualified female candidates, it is important to understand what factors are associated with a firm’s ability to bring a new female director to the board.
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Organizations with advanced internal data sharing—the ability to easily exchange data assets enterprise-wide—benefit from greater data monetization returns and a lower cost to serve data assets to the organization’s data consumers. This briefing describes three requirements that enable internal data…
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Faculty Research: Lauren Cunningham
Lauren Cunningham, assistant professor of Accounting and Information Management, is researching the effect on audit quality of the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board’s decision to begin requiring audit partners be named publically.
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