CRISIS IN CORPORATE AMERICA - The public is fed up with greedy executives, accounting games, corrupt analysts, and toothless boards. Faith in U. S. business hasn't been this shaken since the trustbuster era--during Theodore Roosevelt's Presidency. Ending the crisis will take more than a single initiative. The system needs farreaching reforms. Here are our proposals for overhauling management ...
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Business week : BW. - New York, NY : McGraw-Hill, ISSN 0007-7135, ZDB-ID 2402762. - 2002 (06.05.), p. 42-51