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Business Ethics: A Contradiction in Terms? Part III

In Part I and Part II we addressed a breed of dangerous delinquents that we term “The Undesirables”. And whilst they may well be undesirable, this hasn’t stopped them from invading our society at whim in their quest to feather their own nests. In an attempt to curb this onslaught, we suggested that enterprises face the…

Business Ethics: A Contradiction in Terms? Part II

Previously, we unveiled a species of person that we refer to as “The Undesirables”. If you missed it, click here to catch up. The Undesirables comprise a category of person found to be lacking in moral fibre. They are consequently willing to engage in activities that are otherwise contrary to society’s generally accepted norms and…

Business Ethics: A Contradiction in Terms? Part I

Business Ethics:(n) the study and examination of moral and social responsibility in relation to business practices and decision-making in business A business is an enterprise with a product-offering for the sole purpose of making a profit. True or false? Ask most business owners this question and the answer would in all likelihood be a resounding…