Saturday, November 5, 2016

Corporate Crime: The End of Personal Responsibility

No One Is Responsible

Matt Taibi has an interesting article over at Rolling Stone "Too Smug to Jail".

Here's a quote that he attributes to former Attorney General Eric Holder.

"It remains true that, at some institutions that engaged in inappropriate conduct before, and may yet again, the buck still stops nowhere. Responsibility remains so diffuse, and top executives so insulated, that any misconduct could again be considered more a symptom of the institution's culture than a result of the willful actions of any single individual." 

Worth a read.

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