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Stories by Marjorie Kelly
is co-founder and publisher of Business Ethics, a publication about socially responsible business.
The Economy: Under New Ownership
Posted on: Mar 3, 2013, Source: YES! Magazine
How cooperatives are leading the way to empowered workers and healthy communities.
Can There Ever Be Good Corporations?
Posted on: Apr 18, 2012, Source: YES! Magazine
When the employees own the company, it changes absolutely everything.
How Food Riots, Pricey Gas and Home Foreclosures Point to a Better Future
Posted on: May 9, 2008, Source: AlterNet
We are beset today by a systemic global crisis that could open the way to hopeful transformation. It is up to us.
How Popular Movements Can Confront Corporate Power and Win
Posted on: Aug 29, 2007, Source: YES! Magazine
The gap in power between corporations and democratic forces has widened enormously in recent decades. Here's what we do about it.
The Hidden Opportunity in Global Warming
Posted on: Dec 20, 2006, Source: Tellus Institute
The U.S. media might have missed the significance of the Stern Review on the Economics of Climate Change, but the public shouldn't miss the message: It's about hope.
Building Economic Democracy
Posted on: Sep 29, 2002, Source: Business Ethics
Corporate codes of conduct and ethics officers have become the norm in the past 15 years, and yet fraud has spiralled out of control. Change won't come until we fix the entire system.
Enron and the Myths of Runaway Capitalism
Posted on: Feb 19, 2002, Source: Business Ethics
The story of Enron's implosion is not about one diabolical company, nor about a few bad apples, or a few broken rules. It's about the ugly guts of our entire economy.
Anthrax, Cipro and Property Privileges -- Not Rights
Posted on: Nov 7, 2001, Source: Business Ethics
As the government's deal with Cipro provider Bayer has demonstrated, the public good as higher law is an idea whose time has come.
How the Socially Responsible Investment World Reacted to 9-11
Posted on: Sep 30, 2001, Source: Business Ethics
It is sobering to think the attacks have something to do with us, something to do with our economic system.
Renewing Enthusiasm for Employee Ownership
Posted on: Oct 5, 2000, Source: AlterNet
States have been promoting employee ownership since 1974, and most policies have failed. But there is a proven route. Here's the map.
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