Permission to Steal
Revealing the Roots of Corporate Scandal

By: Lisa H. Newton

Permission to Steal reads like a whodunit: once you start reading it, you will find it difficult to put down. A crisp outlining of corporate scandals moves seamlessly to an analysis of their causes. Newton concludes with seven tasks to bring our society to a point where we can 'trust our nation's wealthiest not to rob us.' Bravo to the author: all will learn from her in this delightful read.”

Ronald Duska, Director of the American College Center for Ethics in Financial Services

Permission to Steal presents a fascinating exploration into the recent corporate scandals including Enron, Arthur Andersen, and WorldCom, which have rocked the global business community. Newton explores what went wrong, and advocates a universal reassessment of what is considered “good” in corporate America so that we won’t again fall victim to corporate thieves.

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ISBN: 9781405145398

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