How Firms Going Public Fundamentally Changed Wall Street
The Motley Fool recently sat down with Theodore Roosevelt Malloch, professor at Yale University and author of The End of Ethics and A Way Back: How To Fix A Fundamentally Broken Global Financial System. In the video below, we go back to the topic of corporate culture and how outside influences can affect the way a company is run.
Here Dr. Malloch revisits the idea of corporate culture and the ways it can change when a company goes public.
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