Archive for 'Non-Profit ethics'

Warren Buffet’s Investment Ethics

Posted on24. Feb, 2008 by .

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Mika Hamilton asked: When investors think of the person and success they would most like to emulate, Warren Buffet’s name is top on the list. He is seen an extremely successful and moral investor that has made his money through dedication and diligence. Buffet’s entire life is a testimonial to the American dream and what […]

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Resolving the Dilemma of Ethical Marketing

Posted on21. Feb, 2008 by .

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David Deakin asked: Many service professionals will tell you that the words ‘ethical’ and ‘marketing’ don’t belong in the same sentence. While you’d be opening another can of worms by asking for a precise definition of ‘ethics’, let’s just say for the moment that often marketing leaves us feeling a little dirty, or sleazy if […]

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Inculcation of Ethics Through Education and Globalization Effects on Ethics

Posted on17. Feb, 2008 by .

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naraginti amareswaran asked: Inculcation of Ethics Through Education and Globalization Effects on Ethics                                                                                                                                                              INTRODUCTION ‘The care of human life and happiness, and not their destruction, is the first and only object of good government’…………..  Thomas Jefferson.   ‘When I give food to the poor, they call me a saint. When I ask why the […]

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Ethical Money Makes The World Go Round

Posted on02. Feb, 2008 by .

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Indiann Davinos asked: Whatever your resources, socially responsible investment (SRI) can help you fulfil your dreams, and make the world a better place. SRI means you can channel your money away from industries that contribute to the destruction of the environment, companies employing sweatshop and child labour, business involved in animal experimentation and corporation that […]

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Ethics or Bust.

Posted on23. Jan, 2008 by .

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Michael Mifsud asked: ETHICS OR BUST How can one forget the business of those scruples and the perplexed looks in peoples faces when asked as to what they had done with them. The same goes with ethics except that it does not sound as close to other hidden possibilities as the other word does. The […]

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Ethical Search Engine Optimisation Services

Posted on12. Jan, 2008 by .

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Pradeep Gupta asked: Concerned about not getting an adequate amount of traffic to your site? Want to boost your visibility on net? One answer to all such questions! Your site needs SEO services. SEO (search engine optimization) means optimization of a site to increase its visibility & usability to search engines like google. SEO services […]

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Ethics in the Workplace

Posted on11. Jan, 2008 by .

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Natalie Rhoden asked: We’ve all heard these rules to live by: Don’t hurt, don’t steal, don’t lie, and the more famous “Do unto others as you would have done to you.” In our personal lives most people try to follow these rules. Ethics are often thought of by many as something that is related to […]

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Improve the Ethics of Law Enforcement Through Ethics in Policing

Posted on01. Jan, 2008 by .

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Vikram kuamr asked: There is such a thing as improving the ethics of law enforcement within the country. This is possible through Ethics in Policing Ltd, a non-governmental and non-profit organization. EiP or Ethics in Policing has been established with the ideal to supply and support the philosophy of transparency and openness in the law […]

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Patents and Ethics in the Pharmaceutical Industry

Posted on15. Dec, 2007 by .

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Kamil Kanji asked: Abstract This paper is concerned with the impacts of strict patents in the pharmaceutical industry, focusing on the Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPs) Agreement. It discusses the historical and current policy context, to better understand how strict patents affect the availability of essential drugs in developing countries. The research […]

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MLM Ethics

Posted on08. Dec, 2007 by .

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Dr Robin Rushlo asked: Are MLM/Network Marketing Businesses A Honest Way to Earn Income? The MLM/Network Marketing Business MLM (Multi-Level Marketing) is based on the concept of distributing the process of selling onto independent businesspersons. Honest MLMs give everyone (and anyone) the opportunity to start and grow their own business. Consider that the MLM concept […]

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File Sharing Ethics

Posted on07. Dec, 2007 by .

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Jason Cole asked: Ever since the invention of the internet, people have used it to share files. Be it music, movies, video games, and other copyrighted and non-copyrighted electronic material. This has raised some interesting ethical issues. The debate over whether file sharing is legal and right is one of the most important issues dealing […]

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Why Buy Fairtrade And Ethical Bags?

Posted on01. Dec, 2007 by .

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Indiann Davinos asked: Why were the quintessentially English clothing company Mulberry selling African Bags? And what part do bottle tops play in the battle against Aids? Bottle-top bags may sound like an idea straight from Blue Peter, but Mulberry’s version is miles away from double-sided sticky tape and coat hangers. The bags, crafted in Africa […]

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