In the "boy's club" of Wall Street, some top executives' views on gay rights changed entirely when the issue became personal.
That is, when their own adult children came out of the closet.
When he was CEO of Morgan Stanley and Credit Suisse First Boston, John Mack was known for his progressive views on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender equality.
But that wasn't always the case.
"I had strong views of being anti-gay," Mack said this month at a conference hosted by Out on the Street, an organization that helps firms recruit and retain LGBT talent. Growing up and playing football in a small town in North Carolina, Mack said he "was unfair, and in some cases downright cruel." Read more »