Business Ethics Magazine Launches Weekly Radio Program

Business Ethics Magazine Launches Weekly Radio Program

i>Business Ethics magazine has launched a one-hour weekly radio program on Sirius Satellite Radio. Hosted by award-winning journalist Michael Connor, publisher and executive editor of Business Ethics magazine, Good Company features interviews with thought leaders from around the globe, and executives from some of the world's leading companies, on cutting-edge approaches to business ethics, corporate responsibility and environmental sustainability.

Good Company is produced in partnership with LIME, a next-generation media brand for a growing community of people seeking a healthier, greener, more balanced lifestyle. LIME Radio connects listeners with leading experts on a range of topics from personal transformation to the environment, from corporate responsibility to building better relationships, from the intuitive arts to alternative healthcare. The majority investor in LIME is Revolution Living, a subsidiary of Steve Case's Revolution LLC. Mr. Case is the co-founder of AOL.

Good Company is broadcast on LIME Radio on Sirius Satellite Radio, Channel 114 on Thursdays 7-8 PM, Saturdays 12-1 AM and Noon-1 PM, and Sundays 4-5 PM (all times Eastern Standard Time). It is also streamed live at LIME's Web site.

"Good Company aims to connect listeners with the important voices affecting business and society," said Mr. Connor of Business Ethics. "We’re delighted to be working with our colleagues at LIME to reach a whole new audience with information regarding corporate responsibility and environmental sustainability."

Guests on initial Good Company programs include Pamela Flaherty, senior vice president, Citigroup; Dave Stangis, director of corporate responsibility, Intel; David Frishkorn, director of business ethics and compliance, Xerox Corporation; Judith Samuelson, executive director of the Aspen Institute's Business and Society Program; David Gebler, CEO, Working Values, Ltd.; Joe Keefe, CEO, Pax World Funds; Steve Schueth, president, First Affirmative Financial Network; and Marc Gunther, senior writer, FORTUNE Magazine and author of Faith & Fortune: The Quiet Revolution to Reform American Business.