Christian-Based Firms Find Following Principles Pays
Religion at Work
By ROGER RICKLEFS Staff Reporter of THE WALL STREET JOURNAL,
The Wall Street Journal,
Dec 8, 1989
It doesn't look like a way to get rich. An elevator contractor passes out potholders with spiritual slogans to customers and suppliers. A fast-food chain is barred from shopping malls because it won't open on Sundays. A motel operator forgoes a 20% increase in earnings because it won't serve alcohol.
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