A curated research report from the Center for Women and Business is highlighted. It found that women, especially women of color, are disappearing from the talent pool.
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Laura Willett, senior lecturer in accountancy and business consultant, suggests small business owners do market research in order to understand their customers and their spending habits better.
Senior Lecturer of Law, Taxation, and Financial Planning, Steve Weisman, discusses two new scams to look out for this tax season and how to avoid them.
President Alison Davis-Blake is recognized for her leadership and work in ensuring that the arts and sciences are an integral part of business education.
The Center For Women & Business is highlighted as a resource to companies that want to increase the diversity of their workforce and engage men as allies.
Accounting Professor Rani Hoitash co-authors an article that reveals audit partners’ gender, education, and social connections have an impact on the economic outcomes of an audit.
Deb Pine, Executive Director of the Center for Women and Business, explains the importance of a personal board of directors and the most effective way to create it.
Janet Ehl, the Executive Director of University Career Services at Bentley University, explains how using reported salaries may help in getting a rough idea for a salary before factoring in your particular experience and skills.
Senior lecturer and author of "Identity Theft Alert" Steve Weisman explains the importance of the credit card chip when it comes to fighting against fraud.