That question of course leads to others such as what

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time to time, think about—namely, “How should I live my life?” That question, of course, leads to others, such as: “What sort of person should I strive to be? What values are important to me? What standards or principles should I live by? Exploring these issues immerses one in the study of right and wrong. Business ethics, however, is the study of what constitutes right and wrong, or good and bad, human conduct in a business context. For example, would it be right for a store manager to break a promise to a customer and sell some hard-to-find merchandise to someone else, whose need for it is greater? What, if anything, should a moral employee do when his or her superiors refuse to look into apparent wrongdoing in a branch office? If you innocently came across secret information about a competitor, would it be permissible for you to use it for your own advantage? Attached herewith is a link of a particular incident for your reference: - sales.html For an extra 5 points on top of your current cumulative grade in your favorite course, please answer the following questions as they specifically relate to the link above: When is market manipulation ever justified? (Half a page) Was the government unnecessarily harsh with Salomon Smith in this particular incident? Why or why not? (Half a page) You must upload your 1 page (12 font size in Calibri format—single spaced) to the UB Learns assignment link. Email copies of your response will be rejected. You will have more than 1 week to upload your response. This optional assignment is due on 5/12 at 12:01 pm US EST. To date, I have had the pleasure of seeing how you perform arithmetically and mathematically in this class, now I look forward to seeing how well you write—as writing is fundamental in the field of finance. Best, Tim Posted by: Thanh Nguyen Posted to: MGF301LECA:Corporation Finance:218116154 2181_16154_COMB Friendly Reminder: Exam 3 Covers The Following Chapters Posted on: Wednesday, May 2, 2018 11:18:56 AM EDT Ch, 12, 13, 14, 15, 18 Posted by: Thanh Nguyen Posted to: MGF301LECA:Corporation Finance:218116154 2181_16154_COMB Session Slide 4/30 (C24) Posted on: Monday, April 30, 2018 3:22:31 PM EDT C24 Supplemental.pdf
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C24 - Used.pdf Posted by: Thanh Nguyen Posted to: MGF301LECA:Corporation Finance:218116154 2181_16154_COMB Jobs, Trajectory, Optionality, and the MSF degree at UB SOM Posted on: Monday, April 30, 2018 11:43:33 AM EDT Dear Students, I have had the pleasure of meeting some of you of recent regarding the field of finance and the vast career opportunities in this domain. We naturally had great discussions, and I wanted to share with others in our MGF 301 class as well. In my opinion while you should always be thinking about what you would like to do upon graduation, on the off-chance you are still deciding, please make use of the career center here at UB SOM.
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