Unformatted text preview: 3. Thinking about investors, I believe it’s unethical for a public-trade organization to withhold important information regarding its actual financial condition. For a corporation, falsely creating favorable investment conditions while, in fact, experiencing serious financial problems and being on the edge of bankruptcy means not telling the truth to its shareholders, which is considered lying. 4. Taking into consideration global economy’s recession, I would say that the majority of people is predisposed to unethical behavior. For those who struggle financially, it’s a great temptation to use lies as a way of gaining money. In this situation, it’s very easy to act contrary to moral principles, which, I believe, would bring the percentage of people who lie to approximately 60 and over....
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- Fall '11
- Ethics , moral principles, Lie, Evgeniy Bukatin