What American C.E.O.s Are Worried About
Nearly 200 executives tried this week to redefine the role of a corporation in society. We look at what’s behind that move.
HEART IS RACING. The shift is starting to be felt at the top. American CEOs are saying that maximizing shareholder value is no longer their top priority.
On today’s Daily: nearly 200 of the country’s most powerful CEOs just said it’s time for corporations to stop putting profits and shareholders above all else.
on what that really means, what motivated the change and whether it can be trusted
I spent hours and hours studying the history of shareholder primacy and the value of the stakeholder at Oxford. Somehow
nails it in a 25 minute podcast while covering the Business Roundtable news this week. Should I be angry or impressed?