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The Hardware Failure That Took Down The Tokyo Stock Exchange

On October 1, the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) was halted for a complete day due to an issue IT professionals tend to overlook, a piece of hardware. A crucial

The FFIEC’s Take on Addressing Pandemic Planning within Business Continuity Processes

The last time the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) issued guidance to financial institutions regarding pandemic planning was

Announcing the Second Annual Ohio Trucking Association and Schneider Downs Transportation Business Outlook and Economic Survey

Schneider Downs has again partnered with the Ohio Trucking Association (OTA) to produce the Transportation Business Outlook and Economic Survey - 2020.

ERM for Financial Services

Enterprise risk management (ERM) is a business strategy that aims to help organizations understand, articulate and control the nature and level of risks

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Innovation and Implementation of New Technology in Manufacturing

Innovation continues to increase from the new opportunities brought by COVID-19; technological innovation presents as the most notable. With the utilization

Manufacturing in the New Normal

The manufacturing industry has been described as being at the dawn of a Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR), the early stages of an era of technological

Perspectives on Remote Working in the Age of COVID

How much can we talk about “unprecedented” or “unusual” times? For more than six months now, all of us have had to make changes

The Pandemic Effect on the Lease Accounting Standard 842

If there is any one thing we can thank the pandemic for, it is the delay in the Accounting Standard Codification Topic 842 (ASC 842). Public companies

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U.S. Car Manufacturing at Risk?

The automotive industry plays a major role in the United States’ economy, comprising approximately 4% of the country’s economic output each

Business Interruption Claims and COVID-19 Part Two

(This is an update to Tom Pratt’s April 6, 2020 article, Business Interruption Claims and COVID-19) Many businesses throughout the country continue

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