2004 Volume 7 Issue 3

Litigate or Arbitrate?

Litigate or Arbitrate?

Key points that must be remembered when considering arbitration in an international business dispute.

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Presidential Elections and Stock Market Cycles

This article attempts to address the timely relationship between politics and stock market behavior.

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Businesspersons Beware: Lying is a Crime

In recent corporate scandals, some executives have learned the hard way that lying is still a crime in corporate America.

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Strengthening Value-Centered Ethics (Part 2)

Strengthening Value-Centered Ethics (Part 2)

Effectively executing managerial leadership action roles that are aligned with a set of virtuous values can boost an organization’s economic and ethical bottom lines.

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Attempting to Control Health Care Costs – Again

Attempting to Control Health Care Costs – Again

Consider the pros and cons of the Consumer Driven Health Plan or the Health Savings Account before deciding if they are viable cost-containment methods.

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Editorial

Editor’s Note

Editor’s Note announcing the addition of Nancy Dodd as editor and highlighting the articles of this issue.

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The Crude Facts About the Price of Oil

The Crude Facts About the Price of Oil

Energy prices are a continuing concern to world economies. If oil prices do continue to increase, the rate of recovery of world economies may be slowed.

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Conversation with Sempra Energy’s Stephen Baum

Stephen L. Baum discusses how managers can contain rising energy costs, the options for energy sources in the near future, and California’s energy crisis.

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The Book Corner

The Book Corner offers reviews on a variety of books emphasizing business and values.

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