Ethics

Jeffrey L. Seglin 01-01-2000

The body of literature on business ethics is growing rapidly. Here are some resources that treat the subject soundly without making it seem that ethical decision-making is simple.

Laura L. Nash 01-01-2000

As the old moral infrastructure crumbles, will faith take its place?

Laura L. Nash 01-01-2000

Jack Feldbaile, CEO of a large firm, describes a business decision that he feels highlights the tensions he faced as a Christian in business.

Jeffrey L. Seglin 01-01-2000

(And Why Being Good is Good for Business).

Jeffrey L. Seglin 01-01-2000

A growing number of Web sites focus on business ethics. Inc. Online’s Ethics Corner features links to articles on business ethics for Inc. magazine www.inc.com/extra/columns/ethics.

Elizabeth Newberry 01-01-2000

Judy Wicks sees her restaurant, the White Dog Cafe in Philadelphia, as an experiment in bringing business and social responsibility together.

David Batstone 01-01-2000

Ten principles for saving a corporate soul---and (who knows?) maybe your own.

Ruth Rosenbaum 01-01-2000

Participants in conversations about corporate responsibility and wages often use the same words to mean entirely different things.

Ruth Rosenbaum 01-01-2000
Many corporations in the global marketplace have severed their social contract with workers and local communities.
Ryan Beiler 01-01-2000

Founded by a handful of Oklahoma farmers in 1903, family-owned First Bethany Bank & Trust recalls some of the finest traditions of small-town business.

What's wrong with selling organs on the open market?
Don McCrabb 09-01-1999
The multi-faceted nature of ethics.
Sondra Lwheeler 05-01-1999
Genetic engineering and the character of parenthood.
Jim Wallis 05-01-1999

President Clinton said today that recent reports of police misconduct had shaken people’s faith in the police, and he proposed several measures that he said would help restore that trust.

Glen H. Stassen 03-01-1999
We're called to faithful discipleship, not creedal rigidity.
Douglas Hicks 03-01-1999
What's morality have to do with economics?
Joe Nangle 11-01-1998

Ecology does not begin and end with the human, but it certainly includes us. All other beings share the planet and the cosmos with us, and we with them.

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