While avoiding the risk of community spread by having classes exclusively online is not feasible for many colleges, the risk of spreading the virus can be reduced by banning all mass gatherings, including college football practices, on campus.
How does a company go from a reputation as the industry standard for product safety to one that is deeply sullied by a continual stream of consumer complaints, product recalls and billions of dollars’ worth of lawsuits?
In the event of reputational blunder, stakeholders will want to know — and directors may have to answer for under oath — whether the company did everything reasonably expected of them to mitigate the risk.
An internet fame-seeker raised major health concerns after a viral video inspired dozens of cases of product tampering. Now consumers want to know if the food industry is doing enough to protect their products.