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September 2015

Ethics Sage one of 30 Best CSR Blogs

30 Exceptional CSR Blogs Published by Market Inspector 30. September 2015 Ethics Sage is published by Dr. Steven M. Mintz, who holds a PhD and is a professor of accounting specializing in ethics. He likes to share his valuable knowledge by giving presentations to professional and academic groups that would... Read more →

VW's Irresponsible Behavior has Consequences

VW joins GM and Toyota in allowing Deficient Cars to be Sold By now you know that Volkswagen has apologized for selling hundreds of thousands of diesel cars in the U.S. with software specifically designed to evade government pollution tests. The company disclosed that the irregularities on diesel-emission readings extend... Read more →

Can Politicians be Principled Leaders?: Reflections on the Republican Debates

Who will Inspire us to be Better than we are? We hear a lot these days from the Republican candidates for President about the importance of leadership. Donald Trump tells us he will lead like no one else can [He seems to believe everything he does no one can match... Read more →

Is Donald Trump an Authentic Leader?

How will we know if we have elected the ‘right’ leader for our country? Leadership theories generally focus on one’s ability to set standards that others can relate to; to treat others justly; to meet the needs of followers; to be mission-driven; and make values-based decisions. A relatively new leadership... Read more →

Ethics Sage Receives Accounting Exemplar Award

Cal Poly Professor Receives Accounting Exemplar Award The American Accounting Association recently honored Cal Poly Professor Steven Mintz with the Accounting Exemplar Award in the public interest section. The award is given annually to accounting educators and practitioners who have made notable contributions to professionalism and ethics in accounting. With... Read more →

Work Ethic and Low SAT Scores

The Blame Game Opens the Door to More Excuses for Poor Performance Once again the SAT scores of high school students in the U.S. have declined and raise questions whether today’s high schoolers are prepared for success in college. Scores on the SAT have sunk to the lowest level since... Read more →

Who is Responsible for the State of our Immigration Problems?

Immigration Challenges and Solutions Let’s get real – we are not the exceptional nation we once were when the U.S. was built by immigrants who worked for the sake of money, to support a family, to gain pride and self-respect, and to give back to the country that gave it... Read more →