Russia-Ukraine war leads to morality play for business
Mar 29, 2022

Russia-Ukraine war leads to morality play for business

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Hundreds of Western companies have cut ties with Russia since its invasion of Ukraine, marking a critical moment for business leaders who must decide whether to abandon their Russian operations or remain – and contend with the blowback of that decision. We spoke to Harvard business professor and author Ranjay Gulati about how companies' refusal to exit the moral gray area could lead to serious repercussions this time. President Biden has proposed a “billionaire minimum income tax” — at least a 20% tax on the very richest households in the country.

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Does Russia's invasion of Ukraine mark a turning point for U.S. businesses?

"The days of posturing and pretending are over," says Harvard's Ranjay Gulati.
"The days of posturing and pretending are over," said Harvard's Ranjay Gulati.
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Victoria Craig Host, BBC
Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC
Jonathan Frewin Producer, BBC
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Erika Soderstrom Producer/Director
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