Thursday, January 24, 2008

Media and ethics continued

See People's media by Pratap Bhanu Mehta in Indian Express on 23 Jan, and the comment by Jayanth Varma on the previous post.

2 comments:

  1. The Financial Times editorial yesterday on the conviction of Martin Lukes (former chief executive of a-b global and Financial Times contributor) for insider trading is illuminating:

    "Mr Lukes has written for this newspaper since 1999. So readers might have expected the FT to support a campaign on his behalf. Not at all. We welcome the chance to show that London is serious about tackling white collar crime."

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  2. I understand Martin Lukes is a fictional character conjured up by Lucy Kellaway of the FT.

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