What she was feeling and thinking as she took the steps that, as it turned out, would change Corporate America.
David M. Katz, CFO Magazine
February 1, 2008
Class, itgegrity, smart, professional, visionary, perceptive and blonde, what a dichotomy. Hard to live with but just maybe the exemplary character would rub off. An American classic deservedly so!
Posted by Pete Williams | March 08, 2008 11:04 am
We must continually preach ethics and, unfortunately, cause fear for those who violate. Honoring those who risk so much by standing up, is a wonderful function of publications like CFO.
Posted by Ken Becker | February 19, 2008 04:08 pm
Congrats on a great piece covering someone who faced down a difficult situation, persevered...and did the right thing. Unfortunately, some within the business press have tended to publicize the "perps"--glamorizing those who say, "the environment made me do it." Let's face it, as Matthew Kelly (journalist) said, "Life is choices." Cooper made her choices, staying on the "high road."
Posted by Jim Wanserski | February 18, 2008 02:28 pm
I whole heartly agree with the comments on 404 and the predictions for the future of fraud in all levels of corporate and government enterprises..
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