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Election 2012: Corporate America gets feisty
Re: Nancy Koehn
That kind of backlash from a publicly traded company is almost unheard of in contemporary politics. "I'm a historian and I get paid to think about this kind of thing, and I can't think of another analog," says Harvard Business School professor Nancy Koehn, who studies corporate leadership. "This isn't like some celebrity CEO saying, 'Hey, I'm going on a roadshow because I want to save animals.'"