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DNYUZ: After claiming to care about more than profit, corporate America still hasn’t found its soul


Mamza Mudassir, Fellow in Strategy at Cambridge Judge Business School, writes about corporate accountability in US companies. “Corporate accountability can be a tricky thing to get right. Despite their elite statuses and high-compensation levels, most CEOs and top managers operate within the same framework as regular employees, Hamza writes. “Finding corporate America’s soul is likely going to be a team effort, rather than the sole prerogative of fortune 500 CEOs. Investors, customers, governments and CEOs will have to come together to find and crystallise the parameters of this ‘soul’ without downgrading the basic rights of an investor.”

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