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Feb 07

Learning From Experience

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A manufacturing plant in Kentucky had repeatedly been cited for safety violations. After each citation, some corrections were made, but the underlying causes were never dealt with. Conditions improved for a while, but then management allowed its safety standards to slip again, and more violations occurred. The result was an explosion that injured 28 workers.

Jan 31

Bank on Past Successes to Ensure Future Profits

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Martha Retallick grew up in Pennsylvania. She attended college at the University of Michigan, earning a bachelor's degree in economics in 1979. After college, she started an editorial job with a nonprofit organization but was laid off within a year.


Jan 09

How to Stop the Junk Mail

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Our email in boxes fill up with unwanted commercial solicitations-some of them smutty and vulgar-and we shout, "Somebody do something!"

Jan 07

Big Banks: Enron's Helpers in Fraud?

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Merrill Lynch, Citigroup and J.P. Morgan have paid $324 million to settle claims accusing them of helping Enron perpetrate a fraud against investors and the American public. Claims are still pending against Barclays, Deutsche Bank and Canadian Imperial.

Jul 04

Workplace Integrity

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Integrity is the cornerstone of every thriving business--and the hallmark of every successful employee. If you want your career and your business to flourish, build on a foundation of honesty, dependability, and trust. I think that every Christian would agree that being truthful, consistent, and trustworthy is fundamental to godly obedience, but the workplace is often the crucible where these principles are put to the test. The bottom-line question is this: When the heat is on, will you honor your word?