Business: The '60s Kids as Managers

More questions, fewer late nights and a broader concern for society

Ten years ago, he was at Boston University, battling the Establishment as an activist sympathizer of the Students for a Democratic Society. Today he wears three-piece suits as a senior associate of a Manhattan-based management consulting firm. "The former radicals are an asset to business," he says. "They are aggressive as hell, they're by and large well educated, they have stamina. Business is a rigorous area in which to channel the same kind of energies we had then. And it's damn satisfying to see the results of...

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