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Legatus Magazine

Ethics

Marcellino D'Amrosio
One of the best examples of humble leadership in recent American history is Judge William Clark. Ronald Reagan’s most influential advisor, Clark ran MORE
Sep 02, 2017
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Gregory S. Jeffrey
“It has become fashionable … among young adults, to speak in derogatory terms about the very people who built their universities, provided their c MORE
Aug 01, 2017
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Kevin Lowry
Although business leaders may not match Superman’s fictitious ability to leap over buildings in a single bound or stop a runaway locomotive, they ha MORE
Jul 01, 2017
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Rick Sarkisian
Expectations should be properly defined as ‘planned disappointment,’ since we are commonly found wanting when reality sets in MORE
Jun 11, 2017
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John Oberg
Relationships really are the most important part of business, the pillars that hold everything else up. Let us not lose sight of this fundamental insi MORE
May 15, 2017
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Lance Richey
While we cannot choose our fates, we can choose our principles and adhere to them through good times and bad MORE
Apr 09, 2017
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Rev. Robert A. Sirico
“Ultimately, business persons in a market economy simply cannot be both self-centered and successful MORE
Mar 01, 2017
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Andreas Widmer
“It’s not always clear how to apply Catholic social teaching principles and wisdom in running our businesses MORE
Feb 02, 2017
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Paul J. Voss
Saint Omobono worked diligently and faithfully in his occupation and earned a reputation for honesty and integrity MORE
Dec 01, 2016
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Michael M. Miller
Too often we’ve mistakenly reduced socialism to economics, but the socialist vision has always been more than that — it’s a holistic vision of m MORE
Nov 01, 2016
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