Thursday, February 26, 2009

Most Americans Believe Corporate America Needs New Moral Direction

A new survey commissioned by the Knights of Columbus finds 76% of Americans believe that corporate America's moral compass is pointed in the wrong direction and a majority of Americans gave a grade of D or F in ethical matters to the financial and investment industry.

The interesting thing about this study is that business executives surveyed agreed with the general public.

Read more results at the link below:

Majority of Public Believes Corporate America Needs New Moral Direction

1 comment:

RightDemocrat said...

The K of C is right. Business must start taking a long-term outlook and maintain a high ethical standard. I am not anti-business but at some point we have to move beyond short-term greed and recognize that America needs a broad based prosperity not just benefiting a few CEO's.