Commentary on Wall Street – Main Street relations…and attitudes…and polling results. First read the classic work, “Other People’s Money” by Louis Brandeis (published 1933). (Subtitled, ... [more]
We’ve said it here in this space before — keep your eye on Attorney General Andrew Cuomo in New York State. Politically attuned, focused, risk-taker (taking on bigger opponents), experienced (he ran HUD in the Clinton ... [more]
Re: Yahoo! and its current problems with disclosure of confidential customer information about users (journalists) to China officialdom. We still are a nation based on the rule of law and Yahoo! enjoys tremendous benefits doing bu... [more]
“Optics” — a popular new buzzword in business circles — meaning the appearance of things and the impressions made…the optics of this are troubling. There are legal aspects to government officia... [more]
So CEOs and “C” suite execs, here’s your question of the day — Do we center our organization and develop and refine its group and individual behaviors around a values system — being truthful, a... [more]
This opinion piece (“op-ed”) by Jesse Jackson in the Chicago Sun-Times is very direct (you know what he is unhappy about) and makes some very powerful arguments. No matter your politics, no matter your ideological comp... [more]
As our reader, “lethal at debt prison” (love it!) notes below, folks are nervous about subprime. And with good reason — this is a very serious situation. We would like to point you to our other Web platfor... [more]
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November 1, 2007 – We welcome Kenny Moore to the roster of commentators regularly providing their views on Accountability Central. Kenny is a remarkable individual — you have to read his book (“CEO and the Monk... [more]
A few footnotes to the Merrill Lynch / O’Neal story…and CEO compensation in general… As founders and the founding families of today’s giant, modern corporations — the Merrills of Merrill Lynch,... [more]
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