Rejecting the Ostrich Approach: Responsibly Confronting #MeToo Allegations of Misconduct by Private Company Leaders

02.18.19

By Abby Kotun and Ladd Hirsch For many company founders, the business they created is far more than an investment and is closer to a baby they have nurtured and supported. As the company achieves a significant level of success, however, the founders may not be quite as involved in day-to-day operations of the business. ...

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