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Corporate Citizenship in an Age of Uncertainty

Columnist Gael O’Brien thinks corporate citizenship may be entering its greatest test. Will a Trump presidency have the effect of muting CEO voices for fear of reprisals and Twitter attacks in a government now controlled by one political party? Or will corporate citizenship, acting out of a bigger sense of purpose, gain increased public trust and support?

Financial Crisis Commission: Watch Out for Phil Angelides

There will no doubt be a fair amount of theater this week as the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission holds its first public hearings exploring the causes of the 2008 financial crisis that nearly catapulted the U.S. and world economies into a 21st century Great Depression. While many will focus attention on the star bankers testifying, there’s another potential star in this drama that you might want to keep on eye on: the commission’s chairman, Phil Angelides.