Monday, September 8, 2014

Harvard Business School vs. the Wealth Gap

An analysis of a survey conducted by Harvard Business School on its graduates that called America's wealth gap unsustainable gives the following advice: "Harvard called on corporate leaders to help solve America's wealth gap by working to buttress the kindergarten-12th-grade education system, skills-training programs, and transportation infrastructure, among other things." There is no indication whether the 'other things' might include paying said corporate leaders less and workers more, or any other steps that might actually directly address the problem.

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