d to show, is a clear “Yes!” Moral capitalism is possible. It is within the reach of every business, although it can be a difficult journey. Moral capitalism and social justice are the dividends yielded by the CSR business. Only by forming close working partnerships with the universities, business community, host countries, and institutions like the American Hellenic Chamber of Commerce will we be able to ensure the health, dignity, and freedom, and creativity of our society. And those, ladies and gentlemen, are worthy and noble goals.
Christos Papoutsy is the former owner and president of Hollis Engineering-Cooper Electronics Co., with sales in the hundreds of millions worldwide, and director of United States Arbitration & Mediation Co. A noted Greek-American philanthropist, Archon of the Greek Orthodox Church, and member of Leadership 100, Mr. Papoutsy presently writes and lectures on business, entrepreneurship and business ethics. He and his wife, Mary Papoutsy, established the Christos and Mary Papoutsy Distinguished Chair in Business Ethics at Southern New Hampshire University in 2001. For more information about Mr. Papoutsy, visit the About Us section of the Hellenic Communication Service (HCS) website at http://www.HellenicComServe.com. Interested readers may view the entire list of his lectures and articles in the Business Arena section of HCS, among which are “Is Moral Capitalism Possible?” “Corporate Social Responsibility and Ethics,” “Mediate, Don’t Litigate,” “Harvesting the Entrepreneurial Olive Tree,” and “Entrepreneurship and Ethics Equal Success.” Mr. Papoutsy welcomes comments and may be contacted at PapcoHolding@aol.com .