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Business Week February 6, 2006, p.14 A survey of nearly 50,000 students at 69 schools found that 26 percent of business majors admitted to serious cheating on exams, and 54% admitted to cheating on written assignments, which includes plagiarism and poaching a friend’s homework. 2
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At Harvard Business School, an examination of students’ values found that : Many students came in the door, as it were, repeatedly espousing such credos as “The important thing is to act—whether you are right or wrong” or “I must do my personal best.” The implications of these credos tend to flow something like this: INTERVIEWER : When all is said and done, what would you like your life ultimately to be about? STUDENT: I would like to achieve my personal goals. INTERVIEWER : What might some of those be? STUDENT: I guess that would depend on the company I
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course BCOR 3010 taught by Professor None during the Spring '07 term at Colorado.

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