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- Daring to blow the whistle. Gray, Jean // Nursing Standard;4/1/2009, Vol. 23 Issue 30, p1
The author reflects on whistleblowing in the medical profession. She suggests that there are many instances of medical staff who have been victimized after reporting colleagues for providing inappropriate medical care or abusing patients. She argues while there is no excuse for standing by if...
- Money shouts. TAPLIN, IAN // New Internationalist;Apr2014, Issue 471, p22
The article discusses how whistleblowers could not have prevented the financial crash as the noise and talks made by money would have drowned out the sound of a whistleblower. It cites as an example Richard Bowen whose warnings of risky activities that could result in catastrophic losses were...
- If You See Something, Say Something? Orr, Leanna // Chief Investment Officer;Sep2015, p40
The article presents the author's comments on whistleblowing. The author cites the findings of an industry ethics survey which found that 32% respondents felt compensation structures pressure diem to violate ethical and legal standards. The author quotes experts who say that few investors...
- Assessing the Snowden Story Messanger. GANDELMAN, JOE // Moderate Voice;6/24/2013, p1
A blog from editor Joe Gandelman on Glen Greenwald, a journalist allegedly involved in information leaks by whistleblower Edward Snowden, is presented.
- A Whistleblowing Timeline. // Editor & Publisher;Sep2014, Vol. 147 Issue 9, p54
A timeline is presented which highlights significant whistleblowing events from 1971 to 2014.
- Whistles Blowing on Corporate Disclosures. // NACD Directorship;Jan/Feb2013, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p19
The article discusses corporate disclosures and company financials, focusing on fraud and whistleblower complaints in 2011.
- Health secretary 'out of touch with realities of whistleblowing' Snow, Tamsin; Doult, Bill // Nursing Standard;4/1/2009, Vol. 23 Issue 30, p5
The article reports on negative public reaction which British health secretary Alan Johnson received after speaking in Great Britain's House of Commons in April of 2009. Johnson said that he was amazed that nurses and physicians in Great Britain often fail to report poor practice among their...
- Observersâ€™ Impressions of Unethical Persons and Whistleblowers. Decker, Wayne; Calo, Thomas // Journal of Business Ethics;Dec2007, Vol. 76 Issue 3, p309
Since there have been many recent occurrences of alleged wrongdoing by business persons and other professionals, it seems additional ethics research is needed to obtain knowledge that will impact real-world behavior. An empirical study assessed business studentsâ€™ impressions of...
- CASE NOTE: THE "IN-HOUSE" WHISTLEBLOWER: WALKING THE LINE BETWEEN "GOOD COP, BAD COP". Banick, Peter D. // William Mitchell Law Review;2011, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p1868
The article explores the policy rationales and sources of law concerning whistleblower. It discusses the case Kidwell v. Sybaritic Inc. which involved an in-house attorney's claim for whistleblower protection. It analyzes the two issues raised by Kidwell, the job duty exception from...