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When is honesty not the best policy and deception morally correct? More often than you might think, as it turns out.
Despite the Justice Department’s ruling in the Bank of America mortgage case, it’s unlikely those hurt most will get any money, or that the outcome will prevent a re-occurrence.
At the Wharton Leadership Conference, New York Times financial columnist Gretchen Morgenson linked the GM scandal with the 2008 mortgage crisis and told the audience, "True leadership is sorely lacking[…]
When envy creeps into the workplace, it can hurt co-workers, teams and whole organizations. But the envy dynamic doesn’t always have to be destructive, suggest Wharton faculty and others.
In The Power of Impact Investing: Putting Markets to Work for Profit and Global Good, Rockefeller Foundation president Judith Rodin and co-author Margot Brandenburg say that impact investing offers investors[…]
Technological advances are changing the playing field for investors, allowing for high-frequency trading that can skirt the spirit or letter of the law. But they also allow for practices that[…]
Everyone cheats a little from time to time. But most major betrayals within organizations start with a first step that crosses the line, according to Dan Ariely, author of ‘The[…]
Often perceived as acting in ways that harm the economy, society and the environment due to a short-term focus on profits, big business is now starting to use its power[…]
Former SEC commissioner Troy Paredes defended the agency's enforcement record in the aftermath of the financial crisis during a recent talk at Wharton.