Floyd's legacy continues to expand the role of CEO to include addressing social ills by raising wages, investing in underserved communities, and employing more people from marginalized backgrounds.
CEOs reflect on how George Floyd's death changed their leadership
The death of George Floyd was a breaking point that transformed American capitalism. Business leaders were pressured to quickly reprioritize their obligations to employees and consumers. Despite addressing social and political issues, some worry leaders are merely engaging in temporary, performative allyship. Business Insider spoke with CEOs about how their roles have changed in the past year.