Boyle then went on to discuss the need for change and the inevitability of change, as well as the current economic and political climate that institutions like his are currently facing. Boyle pointed to the Simpson-Bowles plan for deficit tax reduction, and warned that if the Super Committee doesn't meet their looming deadline, the country will face further loss in public confidence and more economic challenges.
Read more headlines from today's event:
- Boston Globe: Hancock president blasts Washington gridlock
- Boston Herald: John Hancock boss blasts D.C. gridlock
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