Tag Archives: Les Heitger

Bears Business Brief: The case for accounting: Part 1

By: Les Heitger Accounting is sometimes called the “language of business,” implying that in organizations there would be little effective communication of financial information without it. Because all organizations (both for-profit and not-for-profit) operate with limited resources, it is essential for them

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Bears Business Brief: Fraud prevention/detection: Fact and fiction

By: Les Heitger In last week’s article I discussed the importance of understanding the significant risk of fraud that all organizations face. Ignoring fraud risk enhances the chance it might occur and reduces a company’s ability to detect it in a

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Faculty and Staff Spotlight

Two faculty members were selected to receive the Daisy Portenier Loucks Research Fellowship for 2014-2015: S. Brahnam, professor in the Computer Information Systems department Ed Chang, professor in the Finance and General Business department This fellowship is awarded annually to

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