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Manufacture of Alcohol in Pakistan

From Madan G Singh  Pakistan is an Islamic state, but the leadership is pragmatic and has allowed alcohol to be manufactured and marketed. The Murree Brewery is the oldest in the subcontinent and its shares are regularly traded on Karachi stock exchange Alcohol Manufacture in a Muslim Country The Islamic Republic of Pakistan is not…

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Ethics for Nurses and Paralegal

From Randell Stroud Ethics are both personal and administrative. Your personal ethics may be one thing, whereas the ethics you are required to follow under the guidelines set forth by the American Nursing Association or by the National Paralegal Association, may conflict with your own morality Nevertheless, you have a duty to follow such ethics…

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Disability Inclusion: Is Your Board On Board?

From Lonnie Pacelli  The Israeli Defense Force (IDF) Special intelligence Unit 9900 is dedicated to everything related to geography, including mapping, interpretation of aerial and satellite photographs, and space research. Within this unit there is another, smaller unit of highly qualified soldiers who can detect even the smallest details-the ones usually undetectable to most people.…

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Future Job: Ethical Technology Advocate

From Martin Hahn Ethical Technology Advocates are going to be mankind ‘s go betweens with a wave of robots and artificial intelligence programs which will be helping to operate our complex and connected community by 2025. Certainly one of their crucial tasks is to negotiate the delicate relationship of ours with the robots by setting…

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The Basics of Best Practices

From Kim L. Clark  When small entities do business, they (we!) must try harder. Developing and maintaining a sterling reputation that creates a trusted brand that generates good word-of-mouth and referrals is how we succeed. Delivering excellent products and services every time is a must, but there are additional factors that play important roles. Instituting…

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Principled Reasoning and Ethical Decisions

From Beth Ann Pratt  As the world becomes more complicated the need for ethical business choices moves to the forefront. Corporation’s decisions can affect the world in a positive or negative manner on an ever-larger scale. The five steps of principled reasoning give some order and sense to a subject that can be too open…

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A New Business Guide to Going Green

From Stephanie Rosendahl  Many businesses just getting started are finding that the competition for attention on the web is fierce. And these businesses are finding that by going green, they are displaying their corporate responsibility, but they are also finding that there are financial benefits to going green. So how does a new business go…

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The Future of Ethics and Morals

From Sandra Anna James  In his essay “Perpetual Peace,” the German philosopher Immanuel Kant talked about the importance for each country to come together and join forces in a “league of nations” whose sole objective would be to ensure their peaceful coexistence. According to Kant, the governments are morally obligated to pursue peace and collaborate…

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