The price of good governance

The stricter corporate governance arising from scandals in numerous United States businesses is likely to become a permanent feature; as proof, this article cites a McKinsey Quarterly studyin 2000 that indicated that shareholders are willing to pay higher premiums for well-governed companies.
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