Vice and Survival

“Many executives now feel the only way to meet profitability and performance standards, quarter to quarter, is to breach established ethical codes and norms. This is why the end of ethics has overtaken us. This is why governance, risk management, and business virtue are no longer much of a priority for corporations and their top leaders. Sadly, resorting to economic vice is now viewed as a necessity for survival.”

The End of Ethics and A Way Back: How To Fix A Fundamentally Broken Global Financial System by Theodore Roosevelt Malloch, Jordan D. Mamorsky

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