Mitchell D. Weiss shares a story on the importance of business ethics and personal conduct during a transaction.
Some time ago, I accepted a challenging consulting engagement with a national bank. The chairman and CEO of one of its multibillion subsidiaries abruptly resigned and I was to crisis manage the company as interim CEO until a permanent replacement could be recruited.
Over the course of that assignment, I […]
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