From Boeing’s 737 Max safety scandal to Insys Therapeutics’ doctor bribing scandal to Wells Fargo’s fake account scandal and more, corporate misconduct appears to be on the rise. That’s concerning enough in and of itself, but it’s all the more concerning given that, as the author of today’s article notes, “Business scandals seem to peak at the end of every growth cycle.” So, on top of the recent inversion of the yield curve, is this apparent rise in negligence and misconduct at public companies another indicator of a coming recession? CLICK HERE.
Does CEOs In Trouble Mean Economic Trouble Ahead?
- by Bob Mitchell