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Concordia to present business ethics talk

The Concordia College Center for Ethical Leadership will present a business ethics luncheon from noon to 1:15 p.m. Nov.

The Concordia College Center for Ethical Leadership will present a business ethics luncheon from noon to 1:15 p.m. Nov. 7 in Birkeland Alumni Lounge, Concordia campus, Moorhead.

David Rodbourne, vice president of the Center for Ethical Business Cultures in Minneapolis, will lead a discussion titled "Business Ethics: Illusion or Necessity?"

During the presentation, Rodbourne will identify major trends and developments that influence business and business leaders through discussion about Enron, global sweatshops and federal prosecutions of white collar crime.

The luncheon is open to the public. Cost is $9. Advanced reservations are required by Nov. 3.

For more information or to register call (218) 299-3305.

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