Business Ethics Center
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The Man Who Crashed The World by Michael Lewis
Almost a year after A.I.G.’s collapse, despite a tidal wave of outrage, there still has been no clear explanation of what toppled the insurance giant. The author decides to ask the people involved—the silent, shell-shocked traders of the A.I.G. Financial Products unit—and finds that the story may have a villain, whose reign of terror over 400 employees brought the company, the U.S. economy, and the global financial system to their knees.
The Real Scandal Behind the Toyota Recall by Ed Wallace
Fuzzy findings, media manipulation, and tort lawyers scare the public and destroy millions in shareholder and resale value.
Transcript of a talk delivered by Michael DeWilde, Director, Business Ethics Center, Grand Valley State University at ESC Rennes School of Business, Rennes, France on January 8, 2010.
The Education of an Educated CEO by Jeff Bailey
When Jeff Koeze took over his father’s company, he knew almost nothing about it or any other business. But he knew how to learn, and 12 years later, he runs one of the smartest companies around.
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