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Source: Arnold R. Isaacs
The first was a conversation reported in Generation Revolution, a recent and very enlightening book about recent Egyptian history by a young British journalist named Rachel Aspden. In the book she recalls an exchange with a young...
June 20, 2017 Something Ain’t RightSource: Larry Checco, featured commentator
Telling the truth means never needing to remember what you said. Given all the conflicting and distorted information that daily spews from the current White House, it appears its primary resident and staff are severely challenged...
May 25, 2017 Fake Journalists and Real JournalistsSource: Arnold R. Isaacs, featured commentator
Are David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt journalists? They and their supporters say they are, and that they were practicing "standard undercover journalism techniques," as one of Daleiden's lawyers put it, when they covertly...
April 28, 2017 Shame isn’t what it used to be!Source: Larry Checco, featured commentator
I’m old enough to remember when shame was a self-correcting emotion.
October 13, 2016 BUSINESS ETHICS IN ISLAMSource: The Siasat Daily
As Muslims, we have to adhere to ethical standards, not only in business but also in all aspects of life. Both business and ethics are interrelated. There is a reference to this point in the Qur’an: “For you in the Messenger of...
Source: Huff Post
Big-bank CEOs have presided over a cornucopia of criminality in recent years. Their misdeeds are so varied and numerous that Wall Street begins to loom in the mind like some Hieronymus Bosch landscape, a scene whose occupants...
September 16, 2016 Hey, Wells Fargo: Are You Kidding Me?Source: Forbes
The largest U.S. bank by stock value, Wells Fargo WFC -0.80%, was hit with fines amounting to just under $200 million for its rogue sales behavior.
September 1, 2016 Mylan’s EpiPen Price-Gouging is UnethicalSource: Triple Pundit
From 2007 to 2015, the average wholesale price of an EpiPen increased by 461 percent, from $56.64 to $317.82. During the same time period, Mylan CEO Heather Bresch’s salary increased by 671 percent, from around $2.5 million to...
August 26, 2016 Drug companies spend millions to keep charging high pricesSource: LA Times
Pharmaceutical heavyweight Mylan, the latest poster child for drug-industry greed, finally stuck up for itself Thursday. It argued that “the system,” not avarice, was to blame for the company jacking up the price of EpiPens, a...
August 19, 2016 What to do when Ethics are DiscouragedSource: Value Walk
Many countries where business ethics aren’t practiced set themselves up for financial crises and scandals
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