1. Metaphor for GE's Ills: A Corporate Jet With No Passengers

    Metaphor for GE's Ills: A Corporate Jet With No Passengers

    Charles Elson, a professor and director of the John L. Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance at the University of Delaware, agreed. “This isn't a ...

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    1. Given my responsibilities as C.E.O. of a 300,000-employee global company, I just did not have time to personally direct the day-to-day operations of the corporate air team.
    2. My students were discussing this in class today.
    3. Flannery is saying the right things.
    4. I thought I'd seen it all, until this. Millions of dollars were recklessly wasted, and shareholders deserve an accounting and assurance this won't happen again.
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