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Amazon is the largest online merchant and one of the largest overall retailers in the world, with reported net sales of $96 billion in just the 3rd quarter

Fake News or Fake Truck? Hindenburg Alleges Nikola One Videos Were Faked

Nikola Motor Company (“Nikola”) is an Arizona-based startup company that designs and manufactures electric components, drivetrains and vehicles.

How Descriptive, Diagnostic, Predictive and Prescriptive Analytics Can Be Used To Stop Fraud in Its Tracks

Fraud analytics is a somewhat abstract concept to explain, but becomes easier once you break it down into its core concepts – analytics, the analysis

Coronavirus Fraud: Unfortunately, We Told You So

As my colleague Bernie Rafferty predicted in April, people attempt to take advantage of situations arising from natural disasters or man-made crises and

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International Fraud Awareness Week 2020

Schneider Downs is proud to once again be a supporter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) annual International Fraud Awareness Week.

A Deeper Look at the ACFE’s 2020 Report to the Nations

Each year, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (“ACFE”) publishes the Report to the Nations, where it presents its findings related

A Virtual Success: The ACFE Holds 31st Annual Global Fraud Conference

As president of the Greater Pittsburgh Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), I recently had the pleasure of “attending” the organization’s

Billing Schemes in the Professional Services Industry

In previous Our Thoughts On articles, I’ve discussed a case study regarding billing schemes in the professional services industry, and my colleague

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It is a sad commentary on human nature, but when natural disasters or man-made crises occur, people attempt to take advantage of the situation, and commit
Unfortunately, there are new cases involving fraud almost every day. In fact, if you Google “Fraud in the News” and go the actual news stories,

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