February 7, 2014
Andrew Sorkin of the New York Times has noticed something: apologies are way up these days. Target’s chief executive, Jamie Dimon of JP Morgan Chase, Chris Christie, Tom Perkins (the “America’s wealthy are persecuted the same way as World War II Jews” guy), they’ve all apologized. There are so many apologies, Sorkin argues, that they’re losing their value as gestures.
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