Archive for January, 2016

CEE Review: Too late to start? | ‘Bad’ inequality on the rise | We Should Congratulate Nestlé for Disclosing Slave Labour, and more

Monday, January 4th, 2016

News and Opinion

chocolate_slavery_mainWe Should Congratulate Nestlé for Disclosing Slave Labour. Business Ethics Highlights.

Robert Salvino on entrepreneurship and public policy. CEE.

Loblaws selling homeopathy is junk science and bad corporate ethics. Canadian Business.

How would you fare at the global negotiating table? Agenda.

The surprising secret to being a good boss. First Round Review.

22 Books You Need to Read Before Turning 22. Zak Slayback.

Why I stobookspped angel investing (and you should never start). Tech in Asia.

Company mortality: Researchers find patterns in the life and death of firms. Santa Fe Institute.

‘Bad’ inequality on the rise, Stanford scholar says. Stanford News.

Start Now: 3 Ways to Develop a Bias for Action. Praxis.

Announcements

vital-never-too-lateCall for papers: The Center for Ethics and Entrepreneurship will be hosting a conference at Rockford University, March 13-14, 2016, on Entrepreneurial Education. We live in entrepreneurial times. From the work demand side, there is increasing proportion of employment within entrepreneurial firms and a slow upward trend in the number of startups. How can we best help younger people become entrepreneurial? What should entrepreneurial education look like? For more information about the conference and how to submit papers visit our website.

Idea“My job is not to be easy on people. My job is to take these great people we have and to push them and make them even better.” Steve Jobs

See you next time with our digest of new and interesting items in entrepreneurship, ethics, and political economy. Here are the previous editions of CEE Review.