The Disaster Tab

December 2, 2011 at 9:52 am Leave a comment

With the natural disasters on the rise, any business with a “global presence” ought to think about its global exposure to hurricanes, earthquakes, and other calamities.

Some businesses are better prepared than others, as I found in this feature from the Fall/Winter 2011 issue of One, the magazine for the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School.


Entry filed under: Features and profiles, Newspapers and magazines.

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