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Executive Indiscretions Can Hurt the Bottom Line
February 16, 2017
COLUMBIA, Mo., Feb. 16 -- The University of Missouri issued the following news release:

A CEO outed for lying on a resume. An executive caught assaulting someone. A manager arrested for driving under the influence. These events certainly cast shadows on individuals, but a new study from Adam Yore, an assistant professor of finance in the Trulaske College of Business at the University of Missouri, shows that such indiscretions can have multimillion dollar consequences for the compa . . .

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