Michael Santoro is frequently quoted in top-tier media on Silicon Valley Ethics, China, Business Ethics, Pharma, Human Rights, and more.


Selected Media Appearances

Quoted in Bloomberg News: Hashtag Activism Brings Trump Allies to Heel

Quoted in LA Times: “Speedy drug approvals are risky, but drug companies have another idea that’s just terrible” “Election blindness: It’s the end of the world economy as we know it — and we feel fine”

Quoted on CNN: “The little red pill being pushed on the elderly”

Extended You Tube Video Interview about Wall Street Values

“Moral Moral Hazard”: Huffington Post Op-Ed About Financial Crisis

Quoted in USA Today article about Dodd-Frank Act and Wall Street Reform

Quoted in LA Times Story About Bloomberg Privacy Breach

Quoted in Newark Star-Ledger Obituary for Retired Johnson & Johnson CEO James Burke

USA Today: Merger of U.S., Chinese firms is cautionary tale

Knowledge @ Wharton Profits and Social Responsibility: Chastened Drug Makers Step Up Efforts to Bring Affordable Medicines to Poor Countries

PBS: A Poignant and Entertaining Way for Westerners to Learn About the “Real” China – featuring Michael A. Santoro’s picks

Rutgers Faculty Insight: Why is China’s Money Dirty?

Rutgers Business School Professor and PhD student receive ‘Best Paper in Ethics Award’

New York Times: Does Merck Agreement Pave a Road Toward Change?

Huffington Post: If Google Leaves China, Will Microsoft Become Beijing’s Favorite Capitalist Tool?

New York Times: Health Concerns over Popular Contraceptives

New York Times: Meddling or Good Business?

Huffington Post Blog: “Bush/Obama China Policy: Friends Without Benefits”

CNN: China’s Future Role

Huffington Post Blog: “Hillary in China”

New York Times: Trial Puts Spotlight on Merck