Many consider the phrase “business ethics” to be an oxymoron, or even a joke. “Business what?” followed by a cynical laugh or a roll of the eyes is a common response. It’s understandable – 21st-century business has come of age through an era punctuated by industrial disasters and corporate scandals. Fast forward from the Triangle Shirtwaist factory fire of 1911 to Union Carbide’s misdeeds in Bhopal, Enron’s decade of fraud, BP’s callous (mis)operations on Deepwater Horizon and Volkswagen’s…

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