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The document “The Vocation of the Business Leader: A Reflection” (VBL) facilitates the understanding of the Christian leader’s role in these times characterized by serious economic disturbances and growing inequality. VBL points to new...
This study examines the challenge of “food justice” by investigating the relationships between food landscapes and the health and wellbeing of local communities in a large urban setting. We identify and discuss the implications of these...
Takata airbags was one of the world’s leading airbag manufacturers, until airbags began to explode on impact. Due to malfunctioning airbag inflators, some Takata airbags would send shrapnel throughout the car on impact. After hundreds of people...
On January 28, 2021, just before dawn on the West Coast of the United States, Vladimir Tenev, the CEO of Robinhood, received a margin call from the U.S. equity clearinghouse requiring the brokerage firm to deposit three billion dollars in order...
“What have I done?” Porter Medical Center President/Chief Operating Officer Seleem Choudhury likely thought when accused of plagiarizing weekly emails sent to his staff. If the allegations were proven true, what did the failure to cite sources...
As Josh ate breakfast, he wondered what he was going to do about Ben, his 64-year-old longtime family friend and salesperson suffering from severe arthritis. Josh had to take Ben home a few days prior because an arthritis flare up had left Ben...
Scott Bailey sat in his office, pondering his dilemma: “We haven’t missed a Saturday evening show in over 94 years, but I don’t see how we can avoid cancelling this week.” It was Thursday, March 12, 2020, and the Grand Ole Opry had suddenly...
An American company in a verbal war with a sitting American president? Over worker apparel? In August 2020, the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company faced a social media spat with a polarizing U.S. president who posted the tweet shown above. Viral...
The Edmonton Eskimos (EE) were a highly popular Canadian Football League (CFL) franchise. As board chair, Janice Agrios faced growing accusations of insensitivity with escalating calls to change the Eskimos’ name. For example, Dr. Norma Dunning...
Boom. YULU President and co-founder Jochem van Rijn was blown away by the backlash to his “Cut The Wire” children’s toy, a toy bomb that had to be defused before it exploded. In fact, criticism of the toy was swift. Canada’s CBC and the New...