On a Sad Note …


The Washington Post reports that Business Ethics has taken a hit in the last months (no surprise there) "proving (once again) that the title of the magazine just might be an oxymoron," according to The Post. In a letter from the editor, the magazine makes public its plans to convert Business Ethics into a nonprofit dubbed the Economic Democracy Project and makes a call for partners. The mag will continue to be published as long as the nonprofit maintains corporate financial support, says Marjorie Kelly, editor. (Marjorie Kelly, 612/879-0695)

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