It is our natural inclination to think ethics is what defines crimes. When viewing business ethics and its ties to criminal law, we inevitably focus on white-collar criminals, such as Enron, Bernie Madoff, and industrial spies. However, "blue collar" crimes are greater in number and by most people's views, fall within grey areas as to whether they are crimes at all.
What is the underlying ethics as to why crimes against business are wrong? (Remember, as we answer ethics questions, we are not only concerning our response to the individual but society as a whole.)
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Business is a legal entity whose identity is different from the people who manage it and who have contributed to its capital. Managers and shareholders are stakeholders in the business and the business has a different legal entity. Corporations have...
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