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You made a great point when you stated the importance of Gianna’s job, which results in an increased level of responsibility that falls of Gianna’s shoulders. I wholeheartedly agree that Gianna should not divulge this information with anyone, other than possibly her supervisor. I also agree that she would be wrong to use this knowledge to earn “dishonest income” (Van Aken, DB1). You made another valid point when you stated that “many companies require the employee to agree to their privacy/confidentiality agreement; wherein they agree to transparency and honesty in their job description” (Van Aken, DB1). She certainly would be violating this agreement if she were to purchase the stock, or share the information with anyone other than her supervisor. I agree with you regarding the insider trading, as well. You are also a fair person to give Gianna a second chance. Jesus gave us all a second chance didn’t he? John 3:16 states, “For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life.” (Holy Bible, NKJV). God gave us a choice to accept the salvation that Jesus Christ provided for us therefore, we all were given a second chance in life. References
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REPLY: ETHICS CHALLENGE Van Aken, D., (2012), Discussion Board Post, Beyond the Numbers 13:3-Ethics Challenge, Liberty University, Principles of Accounting II
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