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How Corporate Governance Is Changing


Milton Friedman was wrong. In his seminal 1970 essay , the Nobel Prize-winning economist wrote that companies have no social responsibility beyond making money for shareholders. This doctrine of shareholder primacy guided generations of business executives, board members, and policymakers who ensured that firms forged ahead in the free market with profits as the sole objective...

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