“Business meetings are not the enemy. In terms of making the nation more productive and better off, they are builders, not saboteurs,” wrote lawyer, actor, and economist Ben Stein in a New York Times editorial in March. After all of the AIG-incentive bashing and the all-around scapegoating that meetings — specifically, meetings sponsored by firms taking bailout money under the Troubled Asset Relief Program — have been taking lately, it's nice to hear a few people starting to talk about the ...

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