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Board Independence is Less Effective at Deterring Accounting Fraud in Family Controlled than in Publicly Held Corporations

An Annotated Bibliography by Todd Benschneider

Prencipe, Annalisa. Bar-Yosef, Sasson. “Corporate Governance and Earnings Management in

Family-Controlled Companies.” Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance. April 2011, 1,045 more words

Automobile Industry

Managers Rationalize Ethical Dilemmas in Accounting Fraud

An Annotated Bibliography by Todd Benschneider

Johnson, Eric. Fleischman, Gary et al. Managers’ Ethical Evaluation of Earnings Management                         

              And Its Consequences. Contemporary Accounting Research. Fall 2012, Vol. 930 more words

Automobile Industry

Managers Rationalize Ethical Dilemmas in Accounting Fraud

An Annotated Bibliography by Todd Benschneider

Johnson, Eric. Fleischman, Gary et al. Managers’ Ethical Evaluation of Earnings Management                         

              And Its Consequences. Contemporary Accounting Research. Fall 2012, Vol. 930 more words

Automobile Industry

Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins is flipping all the right switches

As Fortune’s Jonathan Vanian has noted, Robbins has made an impressive debut. He recently presided over a solid financial quarter, with modest sales and earnings improvements that compared favorably with declines at fellow industry behemoths. 381 more words

Tech

How to Help Employees Feel Connected to Your Company

Gallup’s July update shows that only 32% of employees feel engaged at work. It seems a given that employees who feel a connection to the company they work for are more likely to go the extra mile because they feel they are part of something they are helping to create. 1,263 more words

Executive Communications

a16z Podcast: Getting That First Board Seat

When you’re going for a board interview — especially when it’s your first board seat — you’re actually not supposed to go into it advocating for yourself and trying to convince people that you’re a good operator, as you might in a job interview. 132 more words

The Fear-Driven Genius Billionaire

I’m not sure what my favorite part of the Elizabeth Holmes story actually is.  It is tempting to focus on the whole “self-made billionaire… 329 more words

Inspiring