Work-Life Balance is Associated with High-Quality Audits
A recent study published by the American Accounting Association finds auditors don’t place a premium on work-life balance, but the quality of their audits suffers if that balance is absent.
Temple’s new Center for Ethics, Diversity and Workplace Culture is inspired by the #MeToo movement
For years, Associate Professor of Legal Studies Leora Eisenstadt has had a vision for how Temple University could implement academic research on equity and inclusion.
Temple announces Center for Ethics, Diversity and Workplace Culture at Fox School Business
New Temple University President Jason Wingard wants to ensure his students are adequately prepared to succeed in the workforce when they graduate. The newly launched Center for Ethics, Diversity and Workplace Culture (CEDWC) at Fox School of Business is an initiative that will aid in that mission.
Inside Amazon’s largest warehouse — where you’ll find more robots than people
Why the pandemic supply chain issues haven’t gone away
Many of the supply chain issues disrupting businesses and causing headaches for shoppers are still here, nearly two years into the pandemic. What’s going on? What are the causes, how long will they last, and are we learning any lessons to make things better going forward?
Dedicated to diversity in the workplace
Leora Eisenstadt believes inclusive workspaces matter. An associate professor in the Department of Legal Studies at the Fox School of Business, she is a nationally recognized expert in race and sex discrimination, employment law, sexual harassment, retaliation, and whistleblowing.
Penfold, the storied British golf brand of James Bond fame, is getting a new swing from this Havertown dad
Temple’s Small Business Development Center can help your biz cross the digital divide
Temple University Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Director Maura Shenker wants to help small business owners make strides in the digital space.
Liquor Control Board awards nearly $2 million in grants to support Pennsylvania’s wine, beer and cider industries
Pennsylvania’s wine, beer and cider industries are getting a boost from the Wolf administration to increase marketing and production. The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board approved grants totaling $1,925,319 for 13 different projects
Got a fake profile? It’s not just you. Cyber scammers have been busy during the pandemic
A friend recently asked me if I’d started a food or perhaps a comedy blog — they couldn’t tell. I hadn’t. Yet, there it was, a link to a website bearing my name that listed the Philly news outlets where my reporting has been published, and, inexplicably, featured blog entries on topics like Philadelphia Art […]
Mainfactor, a Philly-based e-commerce start-up, raised $69M from investors
How ‘name, image, likeness’ rights change the game for NCAA athletes
College sports have long captured the hearts of fans around the nation who wear team colors to cheer on their favorite amateur athletes. And for a long time, colleges and universities have profited from their athletes’ stardom.
The Government Gave Free PPP Money to Public Companies Despite Warning Them Not to Apply
At least 120 publicly traded companies that received large PPP loans grew their revenues last year and have been allowed to keep the money anyway, according to a ProPublica analysis. The program was built to help small businesses.