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The Poisonous Corporate Culture At Wells Fargo And Mylan

The worst of American corporate ethos was on display last week when the CEOs of two leading companies, Wells Fargo & Co. and Mylan N.V., were called on the carpet by Congress for deeply flawed cultures that put greed and profits over customers and clients. Cross-selling, or selling a different product or service to a … The post The Poisonous Corporate Culture At Wells Fargo And Mylan appeared first on Zamansky LLC.
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