The Right Thing: Conscience, Profit and Personal Responsibility in Today's Business

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Spiro Press, 2003 - Business & Economics - 156 pages
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Will you do THE RIGHT THING when confronted with your next difficult decision? Will a clear conscience make you richer? Maybe not, but leaders at companies like Enron. Tyco and others found that bad behavior can bankrupt you. Recent events have shown us more clearly than ever that bad business decisions eventually take their toll on even the largest and wealthiest companies. Here New York Times columnist Jeff Seglin takes you through the difficult choices that companies make in the real world -- how some do the right thing and others don't. Find out how you can make good choices that make good business sense. Book jacket.

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This new book on modern ethics and business is based on a regular column written for the New York Times by Seglin (publishing and writing, Emerson Coll.). His first column appeared in September ... Read full review

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