When I am asked how I became interested in studying business ethics, I often share one of my favorite quotations from Aristotle, an ancient Greek philosopher.
This is another in a series of columns about guides to what I’ve been calling “Everyday Ethics.”
Wade grew up in Iowa and Michigan, and his original plan in high school was to become a U.S. government economist.
The Game of Golf is rich in tradition, has worldwide appeal, state of the art ethical driven rules of play and played by millions.
In our last issue, I talked about using the Golden Rule as a guide to ethical conduct on a day-to-day basis—what I called “everyday ethics”.
Lately, I have been doing a lot of thinking about the virtues, specifically, whether a consideration of various virtues can help inform our understanding of the ethical responsibilities of financial services professionals.
Before beginning his Library Science studies, John Whitham had noticed a deficit with library research.
I have never had a lot of heroes. All of us are, after all, fallible human beings, and most people are just not worthy of hero worship.
Sergeant Joe Darby walked into a hot Baghdad night, lit up one cigarette and then another, and tried to decide what to do.
On December 7th at The American College’s President’s Dinner held in Chicago, IL, Peter C. Browne, LUTCF and Alan Press, CLU®, LUTCF, were both awarded the distinguished Huebner Gold Medal.