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Marc Gunther is a leading writer, speaker and thinker about corporate responsibility. He is a senior writer at FORTUNE magazine, a columnist for and the author of "Faith and Fortune: How Compassionate Capitalism is Transforming American Business" (Crown, 2004).

Marc has produced major stories for FORTUNE about the greening of Wal-Mart, the role of corporate citizenship at GE under CEO Jeff Immelt and spirituality in the workplace. He has also written about globalization, environmental activism, the rise of CSR, corporate governance, AIDS, Internet censorship in China, gay rights in corporate America and other topics.

Marc speaks before business, nonprofit and college audiences, and he appears regularly on radio and television.

Before joining FORTUNE, Marc worked in the newspaper industry for more than 20 years. He is the author of three previous books, including "Monday Night Mayhem: The Inside Story of Monday Night Football" (with Bill Carter), which became a TV movie for TNT. He covered the media and entertainment business for much of his career.

A graduate of Yale University, Marc lives in Bethesda, Md., with his wife, Karen Schneider, deputy communications director of Amnesty International. They have two children, Sarah, a 2006 graduate of Wesleyan University, and Rebecca, a sophomore at Denison University. Marc is an active member of Adat Shalom Reconstructionist Congregation and an avid, albeit slow, runner who has completed more than a dozen marathons.