Corporate Culture in America

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How can the lessons of history help us make good investment decisions?  James Hoopes, Distinguished Professor of History and Business Ethics at Babson College joins Real Wealth® to talk about the values of our corporate culture and if it’s still safe to invest in American corporations.  He shares examples from his book, “Corporate Dreams: Big Business in American Democracy from the Great Depression to the Great Recession”.

 

 


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  • James Hoopes
    Professor of History and Business Ethics at Babson College & Author

Corporate Culture in America

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How can the lessons of history help us make good investment decisions?  James Hoopes, Distinguished Professor of History and Business Ethics at Babson College joins Real Wealth® to talk about the values of our corporate culture and if it’s still safe to invest in American corporations.  He shares examples from his book, “Corporate Dreams: Big Business in American Democracy from the Great Depression to the Great Recession”.

 

 

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