When we interviewed him in New York, we asked Fortune magazine publisher Mike Federle if it would be fair to characterize Fortune people as “cheerleaders” for business. He was quick to reject this label and insist that they are observers and analysts of both the good and the bad in the business world. Our judgment …
Readers comment on desirable visions, undesirable regulations, the benefits of indecision, and ethical sales.
Al Erisman argues that technology is not the only force affecting business ethics today. But it is at the heart of many of the toughest ethical issues.
David Gill sees four major tests for trustworthiness.