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Unformatted text preview: Ashley B. Hilliard 258-10-0169 October 4, 2010- January 21, 2011 BA 541 Lesson#3, Assignment 2 Read the Real-Time Ethical Dilemma on page 128 of Business Ethics: A Stakeholder and Issues Management Approach (5 th Edition). Then answer the following questions; your response should be a total of 300-350 well-chosen words. 1. What would you have done? Volunteered the information or stayed silent? Explain your decision. 2. Was anything unethical going on in this case? Explain. 3. Describe the "ethics" of the officers of the firm in this case. 4. What, if anything, should the officers have done, and why? 5. What lessons, if any, can you take from this case, as an employee working under company officials who have more power than you do? During the interview I would have not volunteered the information regarding the checks. I would have answered the questions that where asked of me by the FDIC. I think by the CFO and COO bringing the person involved in this case into their office it made it seems as if there...
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