18 01, 2013

Why Cheat?

By | January 18th, 2013|Ethics in the News, In the News, Media Appearances|Comments Off on Why Cheat?

Two days ago I got a call from CNN and had just an hour to get ready and get to the studio to do an interview with Carol Costello about cheating.  The race was on! Just as I was about to enter the CNN studio in New York , I got a call from a  journalist named Michael Martinez–from CNN’s L.A. office! After my interview with Carol, I had a terrific conversation with Michael and had a lot more time to delve into the thorny topic of cheating.  Here is Michael’s piece, Cheating Arises from Desires, Incentives, Pressures, which was published on CNN.com yesterday.  You can read it below or click on the hyperlink. […]

15 01, 2013

An Interview with the Funniest Man in America

By | January 15th, 2013|Ethics in the News, Media Appearances|Comments Off on An Interview with the Funniest Man in America

What is ethically intelligent humor?  No one does it better than Roy D. Mercer.  Listen to my interview with his creator, Brent Douglas, at the KMOD-FM studios in Tulsa, Oklahoma. This also happened to be the last interview with Douglas's on-air partner, Phil Stone, who died of a heart attack two months later. Click on [...]

21 09, 2012

Curb Your Ethics

By | September 21st, 2012|Ethics in the News, Media Appearances|Comments Off on Curb Your Ethics

What ethical issues are raised by Larry David's hilarious HBO show, "Curb Your Enthusiasm"? Take a look:

7 09, 2012

Are You a Tightwad?

By | September 7th, 2012|Ethics in the News, In the News, Media Appearances|Comments Off on Are You a Tightwad?

It's smart to hold onto your money, right? Watch Episode #13 of Ask the Ethics Guy, appearing originally on Bloomberg Businessweek online.

6 09, 2012

When Facebook Friends Foul Up: New 60-Second Ethics Episode

By | September 6th, 2012|Ethics in the News, In the News, Media Appearances|3 Comments

Your Facebook friend just posted a photo of himself drunk & shirtless. In his bio, he mentions the name of the company where he works. What would you do? Watch the new episode of 60-Second Ethics, created and hosted by Dr. Bruce Weinstein, The Ethics Guy!