Author: Shattuck, Rachel
Source: The Aspen Institute Center for Business Education
Number of pages: 5
Tales of the ever-widening financial crisis have dominated the business and mainstream news in recent months. From lost homes to lost jobs to the sale and even collapse of iconic companies, the scale of the damage has been tremendous. Public and private sector institutions alike have struggled to take appropriate and productive actions that might help to minimize harm to stakeholders and begin to right the wider economy, in the midst of a public discourse that is fraught with finger-pointing and confusion.