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GSB students reflect on Wall Street's bruised reputation

Last fall, Stanford Magazine talked with GSB students in Professor Callander's Leadership and Crisis Management preterm seminar to learn more about "...perceptions and portrayals of Wall Street and U.S. business as ethically feeble."

"If there was any common theme expressed by the four second-year GSB students we spoke to most extensively, it was that the failings of big business frequently had been sensationalized by the media and politicians. 'Huge mistakes were made,' acknowledged Natalie Diekman. But her greater emphasis was that 'saying the whole business world is unethical doesn't make any sense to me.'"

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