A nation of entrepreneurs

Cottrill, Mike
October 2010
Smart Business Tampa Bay;Oct2010, Vol. 5 Issue 5, p6
The article focuses on the importance of establishing an entrepreneurial environment at Ernst & Young LLP in the U.S. James Turley, the chief executive officer (CEO) of Ernst & Young, motivates his employees to act as entrepreneurs by taking the responsibility of their actions and decisions. The firm was recognized for being the most globals due to the entrepreneurial concept.


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