How to give America's corporations a conscience

01/6/2012 | Harvard Law School

Big corporations and the handful of extremely wealthy people who run them have effectively taken over America, writes Robert Monks. The only way to reverse that process is through strengthened corporate governance and more active and ethical board members, Monks writes. "[M]en and women of conscience need to reoccupy the boardrooms of America's corporations," he argues.

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