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    Are Zoos Unethical to Animals

    Recently, contentious debates have risen over the ethical dilemma that zoos pose relating to animals’ rights, freedoms and pure behavior. Many people contemplate zoos amoral and merciless while others have the notion that they are ethical as a outcome of they help in research, conservation and correct treatment of wild animals. This delicate subject has […] More

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    Are Zoos Unethical to Animals

    Recently, contentious debates have risen over the ethical dilemma that zoos pose regarding animals’ rights, freedoms and natural behavior. Many people consider zoos amoral and cruel while others have the notion that they are ethical because they help in research, conservation and proper treatment of wild animals. This sensitive topic has induced different reactions and […] More

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    Unethical Practices and Behavior in Accounting

    The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (SOX) was created to prevent fraudulent financial activities, and to provide investors with more accurate financial resources on corporations. Under SOX, companies are held accountable if they fail to maintain the requirements that were set forth in the act. The act requires companies to maintain satisfactory internal control measures, provide […] More

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    Сorporate unethical behaviour

    You have been exposed to several cases of corporate unethical behaviour. Ethical misconduct of senior executives appear to be at the centre of these scandals. In Australia, the James Hardie Industries ‘asbestos’ case has been featured in the media for some time. The company has been accused of causing over half of the number of […] More