Ethisphere Magazine included us on 2010’s list of the 100 Most Influential People In Business Ethics.
It says of those on the list: “Some are world famous and some are unknown, but from designing sustainable packaging to recovering billions of dollars from ponzi schemes, the following 100 individuals have impacted the world of business ethics in ways that will continue to resonate for many years.”
We’re honored to be there (at number 71) and thank our readers who, in the words of Ethisphere, have made us “one of the most read and widely respected blogs” on the FCPA.
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Ethisphere compiled another list that’s a must see.
Scroll to the bottom of the 100 Most Influential page and check out “Learning from Others’ Mistakes: 2010’s Top 10 People We Won’t Miss.”
Here’s a typical entry:
# 3 Cecilia Chang – Chang was the former Dean of Asian Studies at St. John’s University. She was charged in 2010 for enslaving some of her students. Specifically, she instructed foreign students to perform household duties such as cooking and cleaning and driving her son to the airport.
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Ethisphere — an international think-tank that researches and writes about best practices in business ethics, corporate social responsibility, anti-corruption, and sustainability — also publishes an annual list of the World’s Most Ethical Companies. The current edition can be viewed here.