Heard on campus: William McLucas at the Forum

October 08, 2004

"The question in the minds of most people is 'What's going on in the marketplace? Is the whole system broke, is it corrupt, or is it both?' ... One thing I think is true is that we didn't go to bed three years ago with a marketplace in corporate America that was transparent, well-run and ethical and perfectly fine and then wake up the next morning with a system that was broken and corrupt and flawed and populated by greedy people. These problems really evolved over a period of time."
--William McLucas, former director of enforcement for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and Penn State alumnus, speaking Thursday (Oct. 7) on "Corporate America as Defendant: What Happened?" at the Penn State Forum, a speakers series sponsored by the Faculty/Staff Club at the University Park campus.
For information on upcoming Forum speakers, visit http://www.psu.edu/dept/fsc/pennstateforum.html
For photos from the event, visit http://live.psu.edu/still_life/2004_10_07_forum/index.html

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