Why some people are immune from scandal – until they’re not

Media play a role in determining whether bad behaviour makes public figures fall from grace, say management experts

Why some people are immune from scandal – until they’re notBy Marco Clemente, Jo-Ellen Pozner and Tim Hannigan Scandals are violent shocks to social systems in which public figures may fall from grace. Societies have long been captivated by scandals embroiling powerful people. Film producer Harvey Weinstein and financier Jeffrey Epstein come easily to mind, as does American actor Johnny Depp, whose libel case against a U.K. tabloid…