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1. Business or corporate leaders charged with unethical practices

may often point out that everything they did was perfectly legal; they broke no laws. Does that mean that their actions are necessarily ethical? What is the difference between what is legal and what is the right thing to do? 




3. Peter Singer discusses the notion of absolute poverty, and concludes that there is a moral obligation to eradicate it. Friedman, von Hayek, and Kristol, among others, believe that business should stick to what it does best—making profits. For them, business has no obligation to assist the growing number of those who are threatened by 'absolute poverty'. Where do you stand on this question, and why? 

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