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motive, character«also relating
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 is conduct that conforms to ethics
individual beliefs and social standards about what is right
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decisions about right and wrong.


 are rules we use to decide what is good or bad.
Application should be in all areas of one·s life:
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·Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself.µ
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1. Loss of physical assets.


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ethics.
4. Loss of employees³especially the more ethical
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6. Increased legal costs.
7. Loss of investor confidence (lower stock price,
difficulty in raising funds, problems with
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is a crime of lying or pretending. Some businesses
mislead consumers and trick them to buy their products or
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executives alter accounting records for personal benefit.
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