do the right thing

Fleming, Jeanne; Schwarz, Leonard
July 2005
Money;Jul2005, Vol. 34 Issue 7, p46
Offers advice to readers concerning behavior and ethics. Ethics of giving a maître d' money for a table at a restaurant; Assertion that this is unethical behavior because it is done at the expense of others; Assumption that friends are not obligated to purchase items at another friends' store unless they need to return a favor.


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