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Tepper - Myth of Capitalism

Tepper’s Myth of Capitalism reviewed

Tepper begins his book (with Hearn) by recounting United Airlines forcibly removing paying passenger Dr. David Dao, a Vietnamese-American pulmonologist, from an overbooked plane. The video of him going unconscious and bloody went viral. United’s CEO initially blamed the passenger for resisting but later settled. Jonathan Tepper and Denise Hearn fail to mention Dr. Dao suffered a broken nose, loss […]

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Standing Voting Instructions Ban Suppresses Retail Vote

Standing Voting Instructions: Reviewed

Standing Voting Instructions: Empowering the Excluded Retail Investor by Jill E Fisch just could be the most important article on corporate governance this year… if it is widely read and acted on. Download at ecgi, Penn Law or SSRN. The above photo is from Small Investors Support the Boards. But Few of Them Vote, The New York […]

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Review: Strategy, Innovation and the Theory of the Firm

David J. Teece’s Strategy, Innovation and the Theory of the Firm uses a couple of dozen papers to explore his own scholarship and that of his co-authors on strategy research and innovation as the engine of growth. He develops the “Dynamic Capabilities Framework” – how the various streams of research on management and innovation converge, the framework […]

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