FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The Seven Deadly Sins and Their Role in Business
Panel of Loyola Ethics Professors Gather to Discuss the Dos and Dont’s of Business
Loyola University Chicago is hosting The Seven Deadly Sins and Business Ethics: Four Philosophers Tell All, an informative discussion on the seven deadly sins (envy, pride, anger, gluttony, lust, greed, and sloth) and how they relate to the world’s current business climate. The University’s four renowned business ethicists, Al Gini, John Boatright, Robert Kolb, and Alexei Marcoux, will gather to discuss the dos and don’ts of business and the ethics involved in business decisions.
The Seven Deadly Sins and Business Ethics: Four Philosophers Tell All is sponsored by the School of Business Administration’s Center for Integrated Risk Management and Corporate Governance.
Wednesday, November 14, 2007
Panel Discussion: 3:30 – 5:30 p.m.
Reception: 5:30 p.m.
Loyola University Chicago
25 E. Pearson, Room 209
As Dr. Al Gini explains, “Everything old is new again. The reasons for our ethical problems in business and politics aren’t new. They’re old, and we’re still wrestling with things like arrogance, envy, greed, anger, laziness, overindulgence, and obsession.” Don’t miss the opportunity to hear from these four professors as they offer a unique look at the seven deadly sins, and their relationship to some of the most infamous business decisions and outcomes.