Profit maximization is moral!

In the last class of my MBA business ethics course, a student commented that while he agreed that businesses must pursue profits to survive,...

The folly of corporate income taxation: Failure to integrate knowledge

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“Jaana Woiceshyn has written a much needed, timely book for businesspeople, filled with concrete examples, that provides us with practical guidance for making successful daily decisions, based on a moral code that works and that will make us proud of what we do.”

—Doug Arends, Chairman, Canadian Bank Note Company Ltd.

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