Faculty in the News: July 12, 2012

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July 17th, 2012

BU experts on CEOs, Affordable Care Act, and banks

SMG_newsBoston University Public Relations’ Professor Voices blog features a sampling of quotes by experts from BU’s School of Management on recent issues impacting the business world:

“CEOs are not hired to take blame. The board wants a CEO who is going to proclaim victory, or better, achieve it.” (P&G to Philip Morris Blame Currency for Forecast CutsBloomberg)
James Post

“The new CEO needs to be separated from the bonus culture that is a cancer on the industry. A fixed salary with some long-term performance shares makes good sense for now.” (Diamond Antithesis Seen As Key Step To Repairing BarclaysBloomberg)
James Post

“In the wake of the Supreme Court decision establishing the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act, many Republicans are focusing their opposition on states’ rights.” (No Letup in the Health-Law DebateNew York Times)
Stephen Davidson

“Banks can only be as strong or weak as the economy.” (As Economy Steadies, Bank Closings Become RarerAssociated Press)
Mark Williams

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