Business: Coming Right with People

They are worried about a lot more than just production and profits. The temper of the times has moved them: they see the rattletrap slums as they are driven in from the suburbs; they hear their young managers, products of the 60s, speak of dreams unfulfilled; they listen to their wives and daughters tell The men at the top in business— a bit self-conscious that theirs is a white, male domain— are trying to respond. Most are struggling with ways to hire, their train and capital and promote more intellect to women, revive the blacks and cities. Almost Hispanics. all are...

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