by Scott Klinger, 10/8/2015
When CEOs receive a large quantity of stock options in their pay packages, they are more likely to ignore safety problems with the products they market, concludes a new study, Throwing Caution to the Wind, by a trio of professors at Notre Dame’s Mendoza School of Business –Adam Wowak, Michael Mannor, and Kaitlin Wowak.
by Brian Gumm
Gasping for Support: Implementation of Tougher Air Quality Standards Will Require New Funds for State Agencies
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