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Friday, August 19, 2005


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The problem is that the first few CEOs have a good possibility of negative attention, anywhere from being shut out at the Rotery club or having their company boycotted. The GoP seems to be using bully tatics on anyone who breaks ranks, and it's very much a culture of what you're caught doing rather than what you're actually doing.

Most large company CEOs, both public and private, don't think sufficiently long term to see why this is worth their effort. They're thinking next quarter and justifying their blindness with "shareholder value".

Maybe if we could get Warren Buffet to start the ball rolling...

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