A Federal Reserve survey in late May found that 40% of American adults wouldn't be able to cover a $400 emergency. A large portion, 27%, said they would need to borrow money or sell something to come up with the $400; 12% said they couldn't cover it all. The study also found 17% of adults are not able to fully pay off all their current months bills. Could you afford an unexpected expense of $400?
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With the resignation of John Godwin on Aug. 19, the Paris City Council has hired Baker Tilly to do the replacement search for a new city manager. His resignation came after complaints about his management style led the council to consider terminating his contract. As Paris chooses a city manager, what leadership style should the council look for?