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LISTEN: Martin Melaver: Business Has a Responsibility to Society
Posted By dpacheco On August 11, 2009 @ 9:01 pm In Socially Responsible Business | No Comments
Martin Melaver  is an ethical businessman with a few simple goals: to live his life and manage his third-generation family business according to a set of core values; to serve his community, which means developing existing structures—what’s known as in-fill—rather than creating all new structures on virgin land; and to share these beliefs and values with the business community so that other businesses can follow in the Melavers’ footsteps.
In this podcast from WritersCast , Martin talks about his ethical business philosophy, his family business’s journey from corner grocery to real estate developer, and his book, Living Above the Store: Building a Business That Creates Value, Inspires Change, and Restores Land and Community .
Listen Now 
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URLs in this post:
 Martin Melaver: http://www.chelseagreen.com/authors/martin_melaver
 WritersCast: http://www.writerscast.com/martin-melaver-living-above-the-store/
 Living Above the Store: Building a Business That Creates Value, Inspires Change, and Restores Land and Community: http://www.chelseagreen.com/bookstore/item/living_above_the_store:hardcover
 Listen Now: http://chelseagreen.hipcast.com/deluge/f5103ca1-4f1f-3b61-5bd0-f994bc5124d9.mp3
 “You Can’t Do Business on a Dead Planet”: Kellogg’s Martin Melaver Interview: http://www.chelseagreen.com/content/you-cant-do-business-on-a-dead-planet-kelloggs-martin-melaver-interview/
 The Social Responsibility Roadmap for Businesses: Living Above the Store: http://www.chelseagreen.com/content/the-social-responsibility-roadmap-for-businesses-living-above-the-store/
 Martin Melaver: A Response to the MBA Oath: http://www.chelseagreen.com/content/martin-melaver-a-response-to-the-mba-oath/