Civil society amid the crisis

“NO INDIVIDUAL corporation or big business can prosper if society as whole does not prosper,” wrote Jerome L. Himmelstein in his business world-shaking book Looking Good & Doing Good some ten years ago. These words fit quite well to our current global turmoil. Perhaps twice over, if we accept the importance of the basic rule of trust among key players in the standard business environment.

“NO INDIVIDUAL corporation or big business can prosper if society as whole does not prosper,” wrote Jerome L. Himmelstein in his business world-shaking book Looking Good & Doing Good some ten years ago. These words fit quite well to our current global turmoil. Perhaps twice over, if we accept the importance of the basic rule of trust among key players in the standard business environment.

To read the whole article by Branislav Cehlárik, who works for Citi, go to www.spectator.sk

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