From what we see today, do we conclude business implies no ethics? Can business and ethics go...
Governance seems to have reached such low levels that we see nothing but scams. Do we now come to the conclusion that business and ethics cannot coexist in the Corporate world?
I think it's up to each of us to decide - in our business practices - to be reliable or not, to be ethical or not. I do think in most types of business reliability is an asset, not a problem.
I do think however that the current financial crisis shows just how dangerous it is when business is not regulated by government.
I believe both did coexist since the first action of sharing goods or selling good for some kind of revenue!
by Rohan Jagtap 4 years ago
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by Alexander A. Villarasa 23 months ago
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