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Has Randi Weingarten and the UFT Fallen Prey to Corporate Style Short Term Gains?

It’s a truism of the business world — and a concern — that many CEOs often care more about maximizing quarterly profits or, more directly, raising their company’s share price, at the expense of setting their business on a long term successful course.

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Author of INVISIBLES. Forthcoming: AN ABUNDANCE OF CAUTION (2022), and MERELY PLAYERS (2023?). I write for @NYMag @TheAtlantic @NYTimes @Wired

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David Zweig

David Zweig

Author of INVISIBLES. Forthcoming: AN ABUNDANCE OF CAUTION (2022), and MERELY PLAYERS (2023?). I write for @NYMag @TheAtlantic @NYTimes @Wired

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