The Wall Street Journal’s Risk & Compliance Journal quotes Mike Angelini in “The Morning Risk Report: CEOs Increasingly Speak Out on Social Issues”

The Wall Street Journal quoted Mike Angelini in their Risk & Compliance Journal in a post, “The Morning Risk Report: CEOs Increasingly Speak Out on Social Issues.” Angelini commented on the role chief executives have on social issues. The Journal mentioned millennials’ tendency to prefer companies that share their values. Angelini agreed, stating that, “questions of leadership for chief executives don’t end at the boardroom door. ‘Silence is not an expression of leadership,’ “. He continued, ” ‘The Merck CEO felt strongly and expressed himself,’ he said. Merck & Co. Chairman and Chief Executive Kenneth Frazier was the first CEO to resign from the council.’ ”

Subscribers can read the full article on the Wall Street Journal’s Risk & Compliance Journal.

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