Professor of Corporate Communication Paul Argenti (photo by Jason Johns)
How might the News Corp. phone hacking scandal played out if James Murdoch had proactively investigated and gone public about it?
Tuck School Professor Paul A. Argenti examines this question in “The Very Different Tale of James Murdoch, If He Tamed Lawyers and Human Nature,” published in The Washington Post.
Argenti argues that it’s important to “put the sanctity of reputation above the extreme caution to avoid litigation” and to prepare for crises and reputational risk.
Read the full story, published on 07/26/11.