(PRWEB) May 7, 2005
Host Jason Merchey of the business ethics Internet radio talk show, ÂEthics: From the Living Room to the Board RoomÂ, discusses ethics as they relate to business and to life. On May 10, 2005, Merchey has invited two leading scholars in medical ethics to his show to shed some light on issues involving life, death, pain, and suffering.
The show, which airs from noon to 1PM Pacific, will discuss the ethical ramifications of the case of Terry Shiavo, as well as personal and medical ethics regarding issues such as stem cell research, animal testing, and the availability of health care.
Every Tuesday, ÂEthics: From the Living Room to the Board RoomÂ discusses an issue with ambiguity relating to either business ethics, personal ethics, or both, geared toward the American businessperson. Each week, Jason Merchey strives to show business people how to be guided by their own personal and business ethics, and assists them to:
Â Feel confident making moral decisions and living an ethical life
Â Explore the ins and outs of ethical decision-making to feel good about decisions and chosen lifestyles
Â Determine what ethical obligations corporate America, the military, government, religious institutions, schools, and the ownership class in this country have to the people, to the community, and to the environment
Â Discover how to run or work in a financially-successful business and still be socially responsible
To hear the medical ethics debate firsthand, visit World Talk Radio at noon Pacific to tune in. Listeners can call toll-free 888-514-2100 or internationally 001-858-268-3068 to phone in with a question. Free-access archives are also available with recordings of all past shows, including the recent show with Howard Zinn, who discusses business ethics and morality throughout American history.
About Jason Merchey
Jason Merchey, a progressive thought leader, author, and philosophical thinker, brings business ethics to life by interviewing top guests in the fields of ethics, business, and values. Merchey brings a unique ÂSocraticÂ style and broad perspective to this new show. He encourages the listener to really think for themselves when deciding what the right thing to do is in diverse situations. His insight, concern, and sense of humor make for timely, lively, and thought-provoking radio.
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