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Syracuse Post-Standard - Adam Segal is the director and Alex Grigsby is the assistant director of the digital and cyberspace policy program at the Council on Foreign Relations. Segal is author of "The Hacked World Order." Since...
March 15, 2016 Volkswagen: When 'Hubris' Leads To A Corporate Governance Disaster -- And Shareholder PainSource: Forbes
Something smells very bad about corporate governance in any publicly-listed business when the threat of litigation – or worse – the possibility of personal doubt at top management levels on its complicity in corporate wrongdoing...
March 2, 2016 Cramer: Accounting Irregularities Equals Sell. Always.Source: The Street
Now, if you had not yet been adhering to my "accounting regularities equals sell" doctrine, this time you just had to. The SEC hates restatements, and almost always opens an investigation into them.
February 9, 2016 How scientists failed the public in the Flint water crisisSource: LA Times
The Flint, Mich., water crisis, in which thousands of children were exposed to elevated lead levels after a supposedly money-saving decision to start using the corrosive Flint River as the city's water supply, is more than a...
February 5, 2016 The Profit Potential In Running An Ethical BusinessSource: Forbes
Sometimes intangible topics like business ethics drive tangible issues like government regulation of an industry. Right now a battle is being fought between the financial service industry and the Department of Labor (DOL) over a...
February 1, 2016 Editorial: Lessons of the Flint River disaster
The Tampa Tribune - They can be faulted for not complying with environmental laws or rigorously monitoring water quality. Candidates might consider such facts before bragging about how they would clip EPA's wings, even get rid of...
January 20, 2016 If Bill de Blasio’s talking, he’s probably lyingSource: NY Post
Mayor de Blasio is consistent. He’ll never tell the truth when a lie will do. Or several lies when one isn’t enough, as has been the case from Day One with his bid to ban horse carriages.
January 15, 2016 New report offers framework for business ethics effortsSource: BizJournal
I make two assumptions about the readers of this column: first, they care about their own ethical behavior; second, they care about the ethical climate of the company or organization they work for or lead.
January 11, 2016 Lingering Food Safety Regulatory Issues For China In 2016Source: Forbes
As 2016 begins, and China continues implementing its revised Food Safety Law, two features of food safety regulation and their development are striking.
January 5, 2016 Long on The Big ShortSource: Larry Checco
If, like me, you went to see the movie The Big Short over the holidays and didn’t walk out of the theater apoplectic—especially if your world was turned upside down as a result of the housing bubble and Great Recession that...
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