MANAGEMENT: Man in a Glass House

"As head of one of the world's largest insurance companies, I live in a glass house." So last week said a shaken Carrol Shanks, president of the Prudential Insurance Co. What shook Shanks was that his glass wall had been suddenly and rudely pierced by some mighty embarrassing gazes. With the business world still buzzing over Chrysler Corp.'s conflict-of-interest troubles (TIME, Aug. 22), Shanks was shown, in a Wall Street Journal article, to have been the buyer of valuable timberland for Georgia-Pacific Corp., a Prudential borrower and the biggest U.S. plywood producer,...

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