Malloch: What the London Whale Fiasco Says About JPMorgan's Culture
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 discuss the ways culture and tone are set in a company. To view a full version of the interview, click here.
Dr. Malloch shares his views on how a company's culture is set by the leadership and the ways personal responsibility can create an environment where corporate ethics thrive.
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