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A new study by Prof. Joseph Weber and his colleagues “attempts to understand how financial statement auditors detect, resolve, and deal with the aftermath of material misstatements (MMs) in companies’ financial statements,” reports Joseph Brazel for Forbes

Provost Marty Schmidt speaks with reporter Chloe Lane about how MIT has maintained its position as the top university in the world on the QS World University Rankings for 10 consecutive years. “I am honored to have been a part of the MIT community for almost 40 years,” says Schmidt. “It’s a truly interdisciplinary, collaborative, thought-provoking place that encourages experimentation and pushes you to expand your mind. I think it’s a wonderful place to call home.”

Boston Magazine

MIT was named the top university in the world for the sixth consecutive year in the QS World University Rankings, reports Kyle Scott Clauss for Boston Magazine


MIT has been named the top university in the world in the latest QS World University Rankings, reports Nick Morrison for Forbes. This is the fifth consecutive year that MIT has earned the number one spot in the QS rankings. 

Boston Business Journal

Boston Business Journal’s Mary Moore writes that, “A researcher from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Sloan School of Management has measured the billions of dollars in tax payments that U.S taxpayers are avoiding, using offshore accounts and through an investment scheme known as ‘round tripping’.”


NPR’s Jim Zarroli reports on new MIT research that explores how tax evasion techniques like round-tripping can hurt the U.S. economy.