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Tuesday, October 25, 2016
Business ethics at Jesuit centre
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¬†As part of its expanding programme, the Mount Street Jesuit Centre in central London has established an Ethical Business Forum, and its director, Professor Jack Mahoney SJ, will be introducing it with a series of six talks on Business Ethics during October and November. Prof Mahoney founded the King's College Business Ethics Research Centre and was the first Dixons Professor of Business Ethics and Social Responsibility at London Business School. He is currently Emeritus Professor of Moral and Social Theology at the University of London. In the six autumn talks at the Mount Street Jesuit Centre, he will be exploring what it takes to run a business ethically and issues as wide-ranging as customer relations, competition and global responsibilities. The events will take place on six consecutive Thursdays, beginning on 5 October (concluding 9 November), from 5.30 to 7.00pm. In addition to input from Prof Mahoney, there will also be will be time for reflection and discussion. The talks will take place at the Mount Street Jesuit Centre, 114 Mount Street, London W1K 3AH. Topics will include the role of business in society, and ethical issues arising from * Relationships with companies, including corporate governance * Relationships with customers, consumers and clients * Relationships with other business companies, including competitors and Third World suppliers * Relationships with the communities, from local to global, in which business may operate. For more details, contact the Ethical Business Forum on 020 7499 3499 ≠ or the Mount Street Jesuit Centre on 020 7495 1673.
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