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Unformatted text preview: used to fashion the law that is in-acted. I will use the case of Ex-Disney CEO, Michael Eisner; Actions he took to garner the additional perks, i.e. the planes, the stocks, the Capital/ABC merger, etc; placing YES men on the executive board and the other things were not illegal. He never did break any laws in what he did or attempted to do. What he is guilty of is using highly un-ethical tactics to accomplish his plans. Many of the actions were done in a manner that skirted the law, never breaking the law, but getting close to that line between legal and illegal. In the end, it was the un-ethical actions that ultimately cost him his position and his notoriety. When his actions become common knowledge, his reputation was severely tarnished....
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- Spring '09