Welcome to the Art of the CEO’s 300th Anniversary show. Would you like to hear the wisdom of a seventh-generation oyster fisherman – how the archeologist of the world’s most successful pirate’s sunken ship is amassing another fortune – how to emulate the entrepreneur who exploded with a thousand sales in one day – before he even had a product – the funniest repartee ever made by an IP attorney? Host Bart Jackson has culled the most hilarious and helpful moments, along with wisest counsel from the hundreds of guests gracing our studios. This tri-centennial episode distills the essence of our best, and fondly recalls the fun. Tune in and learn from the nation’s top negotiator how President Donald Trump reveals his fears by inadvertent bits of body language.
Human Rights vs. Profit – Shareholder Divestment Levers Corporate Ethics
Is there more to business than profit? Powerful shareholder groups are gently seizing corporate leaders by the lapels and explaining that unethical actions may mean the loss of their investment. Host Bart Jackson brings on guest Rick Ufford-Chase, co-director of the Presbyterian Peace Fellowship which is spearheading the Christian churches’ effort to fiscally nudge US corporations toward more ethical choices in Israel/Palestine and domestically. Are such shareholder groups with nearly $100 Billion in invested assets swaying companies toward right decisions concerning human rights, livable wages, and improved environment? Tune in and find out.
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