Common Conflicts of Interest Situations 21:17, September 4, 2016

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Conflicts of interest can happen in almost every workplace. Employees and supervisors alike must balance their company’s best interest against their own. Though these situations can be common, they are serious ethical issues. What’s tricky about conflicts of interest is that it’s sometimes difficult to pinpoint what constitutes a conflict of interest and who can have […]

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Antitrust laws…are the Magna Carta of free enterprise. They are as important to the preservation of economic freedom and our free-enterprise system as the Bill of Rights is to the protection of our fundamental personal freedoms. — US Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall. United States v. Topco Associates, Inc., 405 U.S. 596, 610 (1972) Antitrust law protects […]

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Implementing strong professional ethics in today’s global business arena means taking responsibility for past misconduct, then engaging in present action to mitigate potential adverse outcomes. Global leaders need to maintain appropriate circumspection about ethical conduct while simultaneously negotiating a complex web of local and national laws and customs. Although ethical standards, laws, and business practices differ by […]

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