A poll commissioned and released by a project initiated to serve the interests of high level corporate executives who are concerned about the ethical conduct of their corporation has exposed a concern among one out of every five corporate executives of publicly traded companies that their own companies "do not comply with federal, state, or local laws." Further, two out of every five executives reported a concern that corporate leaders "put narrow short-term goals ahead of the long-term benefit of the company." The poll, commissioned by Voices for Corporate Responsibility (Voices), was conducted by Harris Interactive.
One in Five Corporate Executives Concerned their Company Breaking the Law
December 27, 2009