Dr. Ralph A. Walkling Quoted in FOX Business Article

Ralph Walkling Ph.D., executive director of LeBow College Center for Corporate Governance, was quoted in an article titled “Staving off the Side Effects of the Steve Jobs Syndrome” featured on Fox Business.

“It is frightening to think when companies are CEO-dependent how much that value could shift by a change in the CEO. Even if they don’t supply the creativity, their departure would certainly necessitate a public-relations campaign,” said Walkling.

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