Troubled Firms Recruit New CEOs Troubled companies rush to appoint new chief executive officers to appease stockholders as scandals and losses continue to plague many of the country's biggest firms. NPR's Steve Inskeep talks with Jeffrey Garten, dean of the Yale School of Management.
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Troubled Firms Recruit New CEOs

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Troubled Firms Recruit New CEOs

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Troubled Firms Recruit New CEOs

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Troubled companies rush to appoint new chief executive officers to appease stockholders as scandals and losses continue to plague many of the country's biggest firms. NPR's Steve Inskeep talks with Jeffrey Garten, dean of the Yale School of Management.