Papa John’s Pizza founder John Schnatter, comic Roseanne Barr, movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, chef Mario Batali, and before that, Uber’s Travis Kalanick: the “hits” (to reputations) just keep on coming.

The list of big names and the enterprises linked to them that have foundered or worse because of flawed conduct—or allegations of it—goes on and on these days. Now it’s CBS Corp.’s CEO Les Moonves facing accusations of past sexual misconduct. This week, NASCAR’s CEO took an indefinite leave of absence after being arrested and charged with DUI and drug possession charges in New York.

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