Micah Vinson Conflict of Interest The most common conflicts of interest that may arise is the common thing that we deal with in business. This is people taking bribes practically in the form of money, gifts, entertainment and or loans from an independent contractor who is seeking to obtain government business with the employee’s agency. A conflict in interest like ex vice president Dick Cheney’s company who builds equipment and parts for weapons getting the appointment to supply the troops in Iraq. What makes it a conflict in interest is that while Dick Cheney lobbies for the troops to stay in Iraq his money increases because he is profiting off of a war that he was trying to continue.
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