WWJ-AM: Marick Masters on union corruption scandal

The Detroit News reported yesterday that investigators are now focusing on former U.A.W. Vice President Joe Ashton. The UAW has changed its policies and criticized the actions of those involved in the scandal as people who wanted to enrich themselves. But, Wayne State University business professor Marick Masters says they have to do more. “I think that what they might be well advised to do would be to appoint an independent board on their own to go in and investigate the situation. I think until we get a real handle on what the full scope of it is and who might have been potentially involved, the UAW is behind the curve rather than ahead of the curve.”

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