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  • Enron post-mortem: Did unethical behavior destroy the company?  Professor Jonathan Glover, 31 January 2002. 

  • When are accounting tricks ethical? Professor Adam Koch, 29 April 2002. 

  • Do ethics scandals hurt the economy?  Professors Carolyn Levine and Chester Spatt, 5 December 2002.

  • Forum on Iraq, Professor Lester Lave, 17 March 2003. 

  • Affirmative action: Is it fair?  Professor Alan Scheller-Wolf, 7 April 2003.  

  • Cross-Cultural Investment: Factoring in the political and cultural situation on the ground when investing globally.  Dan Lefkovitz , Director of Country Analysis, Marvin Zonis & Associates; Sam Wilkin , Country Risk Advisor, Aon Trade Credit, 13 April 2003.

  • Business ethics: USA vs. the world?  Don Lamb, international businessman and former diplomat, 13 November 2003.

  • I was fired for being ethical. Elaine Mittleman, Esq., former employee of U.S. Treasury Dept., 10 September 2003.

  • CMU Qatar: Passion to win: Strategies for a successful career, Nizar Kochery, President, Qatar Indian Management Association, 13 Dec 2004.

  • CMU Qatar: Forum on academic integrity, discussion led by Jacobo Carresquel, Computer Science faculty, CMU, 7 Dec 2004.

  • CMU Qatar: Ethics and cultural difference, John Hooker, 13 Oct 2004.

  • CMU Qatar: The ethics of working with clients, Ruth Beals, faculty member, VCU Qatar, 7 Oct 2004.

  • Business ethics in China, Professor Zhou Zucheng, Director, Center for Management and Ethics, Antai School of Management, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, 1 November 2005.

  • Marketplace ethics from an interfaith perspective, Carnegie Samuel Calian, President, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, 31 January 2006.

  • Why shareholder value has failed as a purpose for business, Al Erisman, Publisher, Ethix Newsletter and Director, Institute for Business, Technology, and Ethics, 24 April 2006.

  • I pled guilty to Securities Act violations, Tom (full name withheld on request), former CFO serving jail term, 1 September 2006.

  • Can companies be moral?  Michael Maccoby, leadership consultant, 4 April 2007.

  • Why ethical people engage in unethical behavior, Professors Francesca Gino and Don Moore, 1 October 2007.

  • Did the finance industry do something wrong?  Professors Robert Dammon, Kenneth Dunn, and Chester Spatt, 17 October 2008. 

  • What did the finance industry do wrong?  Professors Burton Hollifield and Bryan Routledge, 13 April 2009. 

  • Lessons from the financial crisis: Why ethics matter.  Victoria Bridges, former managing director for compliance at Citigroup and Goldman Sachs, 21 October 2009.