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Wells Fargo continues to wrestle with its recent scandal, in which some 5,000 employees were shown to have opened fake accounts. New CEO Tim Sloan said last Friday that he wants to “earn back” the bank’s reputation.   Good luck to him. In the meantime,...

Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf is scheduled to testify today before the Senate Banking Committee. He will doubtless be asked how the bank could possibly have allowed employees to open 1.5 million fraudulent bank accounts and half a million fake credit card accounts.   Good...

An executive at a small metalworking company was describing a recent management meeting about how to confront a new competitive challenge. Source: Forbes | The Sad Legacy Of Us Vs. Them...

A ride on a big roller coaster isn’t everyone’s cup of tea, but for aficionados there’s nothing quite like it. You soar to the peak, glimpse the spectacular view for a split second, then plunge straight downward at stomach-churning speeds. And there’s always another thrill...

Companies often have too many meetings, but the halftime meeting is one you can’t afford to pass up. Just ask Tyronn Lue, LeBron James, and the Cleveland Cavaliers. Source: Forbes | It's Halftime 2016: Time To Step Up Your Game...

Adam Smith is one of the few historical thinkers whose work has stood the test of time. And it is more than coincidence that he published his seminal work, The Wealth of Nations, in 1776, the year of our nation’s independence. Source: Forbes | A Capitalist...

Getting employees involved, helping them learn to think like businesspeople, sharing the wealth that they help create—this is what it will take to make American capitalism competitive again. And in the process, it just might save or generate a few more manufacturing jobs. Source: Forbes |...