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100 Most Influential People in Business Ethics (2007)

These days, sustainability and responsibility are no small matter. However, ethical action - whether performed by large corporations or small, local non-profits - is not something that just happens; it’s brought on by inspired individuals. In honor of the approaching New Year, we decided to bring together the forerunners of the business ethics world from the past year, wrapped together in a tidy 1 to 100 ranking.

Rank 54 Indra K. Nooyi Business Leadership - Chairman & CEO, PepsiCo

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