Minnesota’s Contributions to Moral Capitalism Round Table – Tuesday, April 9th

Minnesota can take great credit for proposing the practice of moral capitalism for our global economy. The proposal is gaining traction not only in the U.S., which in the forthcoming presidential election campaign will debate capitalism vs. socialism, but seems to provide a political/economic/social formula of balance for well-being in societies around the world.

Please join us and Charles M. Denny and Bob MacGregor at 9:00 am on Tuesday, April 9th at the University Club of St. Paul as they recall the creation of the Caux Round Table for Moral Capitalism’s Principles for Business in the early 1990s.

They will discuss an important moment in Minnesota business history, one which reflects the Minnesota ethic of community and optimism about how we can always do better than we did yesterday.

Chuck was at that time CEO of ADC Telecommunications and Bob was Vice President of Dayton Hudson (now Target) and Executive Director of the Dayton Hudson Foundation.

Both are now retired, but still thoughtful and passionate about how business can best promote the well-being of societies around the world.

Registration and a light breakfast will begin at 8:30 am and the event at 9:00 am.

Cost to attend is $15 for Business and Public Policy Round Table members and $35 for non-members. Payment will be accepted at the door.

Space is limited.

To register, please contact Jed at jed@cauxroundtable.net or (651) 223-2863.

The University Club is located at 420 Summit Ave in St. Paul.

Parking will be available along Summit Ave.

The event will conclude at 11:00 am.