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Issue 66

July-Aug 2009

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From The Editor – Issue 66

Al Erisman reflects on the final print version of Ethix and the move to an all-electronic format with the new opportunities it offers.

Dear Ethix – Issue 66

Readers comment on The MBA Oath, Twitter, Daryl Travis and branding/advertising.

TechWatch: The New Capitalism?

The current banking and financial crisis that has crippled the world, destroyed jobs, and offers no easy out has led to calls for a new kind of capitalism.

Wayne T. Alderson: Valuing People Helps Business

Wayne T. Alderson, co-founder of Value of the Person seminars, benefits the bottom line–and workers.

Patrick J. McDonnell: Does VOP Apply to Restaurants?

Restaurateur Patrick J. McDonnell says food is not the #1 priority of restaurants. Find out what he says is.

NewsNotables – Issue 66

MBA Graduates Will Vow to be More Ethical
The Seattle Times, May 31, 2009
SEC Slaps Trade Ban on Staff
The Wall Street Journal, May 23, 2009
Businesses Get Tougher on ‘Friendly’ Fraud
The Wall Street Journal, May 26, 2009

Essay: Ethics and Branding

I was reminded the other day of how, in our post-Enron world, ethics has become more than a philosophical study. More»

InReview – Issue 66

Remix: Making Art and Commerce Thrive in the Hybrid Economy
by Lawrence Lessig
Creative Capitalism: A Conversation With Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, and other Economic Leaders
edited by Michael Kinsley

Ethix Forum – Issue 66

Advances in technology and e-commerce have enabled a new wave of entrepreneurs. Are entrepreneurs born or bred? Why do you come to this conclusion? Tell us about it »

Made to Do the Dirty Work

Kenman Wong addresses getting caught between the demands of a supervisor and a task deemed to be unfair.