Al Erisman provides the basic structure of the current issue.
Readers comment on email for business, the Dennis Bakke conversation, and the ethics of ServiceMaster.
David Mashburn contends in this essay that people ought to stop waiting for others to stimulate and give meaning to your life and instead, take personal responsibility.
Seamus Phan argues that spam is a unique problem, and simply relying on good filtering technology, the diligence of end users, or strong legislation alone, may not work to eradicate spam.
Unfazed by Conviction, Firm Keeping CEO on the Payroll
Associated Press, 8/03/2004
Auditor-Client Breakups Rise, While Disclosure Often Lags
The Wall Street Journal, 8/03/2004
Halliburton Settles SEC Probe Into an Accounting Disclosure
The Wall Street Journal, 8/04/2004
Bristol-Myers Squibb Settles SEC Fraud Case
The Wall Street Journal, 8/04 and 05/2004
SEC Looks Into Krispy Kreme Practices
The Wall Street Journal, 07/20/2004
What is government’s proper role in legislating ethical behavior for business?
How does a book buyer maintain dirt-free hands in an industry where sexually explicit material is a top seller?