Category Archives: Corporate Governance

Culture, Habits, and Irresponsibility

Corporate cultures and habits are powerful forces which influence companies to behave wonderfully, and sometimes—unintentionally—terribly. Positive behavior produces profitable, responsible, valuable companies. Negative behavior does not. When wondering why a company has acted irresponsibly, remember that culture, habits, and irresponsibility … Continue reading

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Outside Reviews Sought For Police-Involved Killings: The Case For Independence In Decision-Making

In the wake of recent unrest over perceived botched investigations of killings by police, officials in many states are looking to require the use of outside investigators in the future. That only makes sense, as independent decision-making is a critical … Continue reading

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