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Louis Vuitton Scarves of Rich Vintage Value
by
Aaron Thiel
Published on October 21, 2017
Ethics

If you want to opt for scarves of a brand which will provide you with such accessories of a high vintage value, then one should look at the Louis Vuitton scarves. There are replica scarves of this brand which are made to replicate the high fashion quotient and style     .  .  .

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The Morality of Child Labor
by
Daniel DeHaven
Published on October 21, 2017
Ethics
From the comfort of their plush offices and five to six figure salaries, self-appointed NGO's often denounce child labor as their employees rush from one five star hotel to another, $3000 subnotebooks and PDA's in hand. The hairsplitting distinction made by the ILO betw     .  .  .
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The Quickest Way to Get is to Give
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Erica Bosworth -
Published on October 21, 2017
Ethics
Itís true. You canít really get what you want in life until you have given it to others. Doesnít sound like it makes much sense, does it? How can you give what you donít have? As you open your mind to the possibility and ask this question of yourself, you allow oppo     .  .  .
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The Way In Which Some People Abuse The Benefit Of Sick Pay
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Cindy J. Warner
Published on October 21, 2017
Ethics
This article describes how some people abuse the benefit of sick pay in the workplace. I am going to explain a couple of examples of this, which I have come across over the last couple of years.

There are many people who are in employment where if they are of     .  .  .
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Titanic Precautions
by
jim gray
Published on October 21, 2017
Ethics
Many movies have been made about the tragic story of the Titanic. Arrogance and ignorance was definitely present during its maiden voyage, which was Titanicís last voyage.

Many warnings were given, but unfortunately, the warnings were not taken seriously     .  .  .
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Trying to define criminal law
by
Nadine Godwin
Published on October 21, 2017
Ethics
We hear about law everyday whether we realize it or not. It's in our Government, in our work, and even in our houses. One type of law is Criminal law, which is also known as Penal law     .  .  .
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What Investigative Reporting Entails
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David Healy
Published on October 21, 2017
Ethics
The field of investigative reporting involves bringing to the fore facts and figure that affect human interests and fair governance. This means conducting in depth research, looking at public records, doing extensive interviews, as well as checking and rechecking of fac     .  .  .
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Your lenders are spying on your clients
by
Carrie O'Shaughnessy
Published on October 21, 2017
Ethics
As mortgage brokers we are always in jeopardy of losing our customers to the lenders we work with.

We deal with our clients for a short amount of time, but the lender is in constant communication with them for years. And whenever your customers are asked who     .  .  .
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Ethically Sourced Flowers
by
Chris Jackson
Published on October 21, 2017
Ethics
Flowers epitomise emotion and can have a very beneficial impact on people. They are sent to communicate their feelings to their nearest and dearest. Wouldnít it be even better if people were able to confidently buy sustainable, ethically-sourced flowers to communicate t     .  .  .
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FBI Raids: Pertinent or Paranoid?
by
James Gage
Published on October 21, 2017
Ethics
Business always moves faster than government ..     .  .  .
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Giveaways by Web Site Draw in Consumers
by
Miriam Darnell
Published on October 21, 2017
Ethics
Toy surprises buried in cereal boxes or in bags of popular snacks have been a marketing tactic for as long as package goods have been sold in supermarkets. Most people probably can't even imagine a Cracker Jack box without a prize inside.

Giveaways are not ju     .  .  .
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Has Honesty Become a Thing of the Past?
by
John Stevanja
Published on October 21, 2017
Ethics
Has honesty become a thing of the past? Many people are asking themselves this question as they scour the net for what they need.

As the low economy in the United States takes its toll on many, people are constantly looking for alternative ways to solve th     .  .  .
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Honesty in Business
by
Francis Gillen
Published on October 21, 2017
Ethics
What I want to discuss in this article is the basic idea of honesty. The internet is a wonderful place to do business, but with the continuous flood of spyware, malware, and spam, it can be a horrible and very frustrating for the average user. I am amazed, but not sur     .  .  .
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Narcissism in the Boardroom
by
Mark Winter
Published on October 21, 2017
Ethics
The perpetrators of the recent spate of financial frauds in the USA acted with callous disregard for both their employees and shareholders - not to mention other stakeholders. Psychologists have often remote-diagnosed them as "malignant, pathological narcissists".
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Professional Ethics
by
Jason Hill
Published on October 21, 2017
Ethics
There are many professions in the world that require strong will, stamina and courage to get occupied. Thousands of policemen, doctors, firemen, rescue teams save people every minute. Graduating form the University and mastering one of the professions mentioned above yo     .  .  .
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Profit Shouldn't Be a Dirty Word in Material Handling
by
David McCullough
Published on October 21, 2017
Ethics
Nobody benefits when profit is eliminated from the economic equation.

With the economy on the mend, a lot of people in the material handling industry are expecting good times without having to make any changes in the way they do business. Unfortunately, that     .  .  .
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Sexual Harassment Training
by
Pradhyumna Singh
Published on October 21, 2017
Ethics
One of the more significant pieces of California legislation that went into effect on January 1, 2005, was AB 1825. This law requires employers with 50 or more employees to provide two hours of sexual harassment training and education to all supervisory employees by th     .  .  .
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Slush Funds
by
Michelle Linden
Published on October 21, 2017
Ethics
According to David McClintick ("Swordfish: A True Story of Ambition, Savagery, and Betrayal"), in the late 1980's, the FBI and DEA set up dummy corporations to deal in drugs. They funneled into these corporate fronts money from drug-related asset seizures.

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