Creative thinking may simply mean the realization that there is no particular virtue in doing things the way they have always been done.
RUDOLPH FLESCH, PHILOSOPHER AND EDUCATOR,
WE HAVE SEEN the tremendous conflicts of interest that plague corporations and their CEOs, the accounting industry, the brokerage industry, and even our federal government. These conflicts contributed to the shocking evaporation of wealth that investors endured in the early 2000s when the market bubble finally burst.
The solution to these problems isn’t easy. It will take a concerted effort by all concerned to re-create a fair and equitable capital system in which the investor gets a reasonable return ...