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Magazine Founder, Editor Talks About 'Divine Right of Capital'


April 11, 2001

DELAWARE, OHIO -- On Thursday, April 12, journalist Marjorie Kelly will present a lecture on her new book, The Divine Right of Capital, in the Bayley Room of Beeghly Library. The event, sponsored by the Woltemade Center for Economics, Business & Entrepreneurship, begins at 3:10 p.m. and is open to the public.

Kelly is the founder and editor of Business Ethics, a nationally-published magazine that promotes ethical behavior in the business world. Common topics featured in the publication include news and analysis of scandals, proper corporate practices, progressive economics, and social activism. Kelly's column, "Musings," has covered issues such as "Why all the Fuss About Stockholders" and "Who Owns Intellectual Capital?" She has also authored a number of cover stories.

In addition to Business Ethics, Kelly's writings have appeared in The Utne Reader, The Progressive Populist, Tikkun and Hope magazine, among other publications. She is also a regular speaker and commentator on business ethics, having been featured in The Wall Street Journal, interviewed on NPR, and provided keynote addresses at the National Conference on Ethics and the Association of Internal Auditors conference.

Kelly has served on the Advisory Board for the University of Denver Daniels College of Business Center for Management Development, the National Conference on Ethics in America, and Students for Responsible Business.

For more information, contact Jennifer Hull at 740-368-3550.