In a "60 Minutes" interview aired on December 7, 2014, Duke Energy CEO Lynn Good exhibited a significantly high level of deceptive behavior regarding health risks associated with the company’s disposal and storage of coal ash. QVerity has concluded from its behavioral analysis of the interview that despite Duke Energy’s assurances to the contrary, the situation may pose a serious health threat to the people of North Carolina.
Employment attorney Lisa Sherman on January 26 posted an insightful article about "Deflategate" on the JD Supra website. Sherman provided an analysis of the deceptive behaviors exhibited by the New England Patriots' Bill Belichick and Tom Brady during their press conferences on the matter, attributing the methodology she used to a presentation she attended in which QVerity's Michael Floyd was the keynote speaker.
QVerity is a provider of behavioral analysis and screening services for private- and public-sector clients worldwide. Founded and staffed by former Central Intelligence Agency experts in deception detection and critical interviewing techniques, QVerity uses proven information-gathering methodologies, developed within the U.S. intelligence community, for commercial applications. Our services yield an exclusive level of analysis that enables competitive advantage and high-value insight for organizational and individual benefit. QVerity is privately held and is headquartered in Greenville, N.C.