The shareholder's role in business ethics

Tarantino, Dominic A.
March 1994
Business Credit;Mar1994, Vol. 96 Issue 3, p48
Trade Publication
Focuses on the shareholder's role in business ethics. Effect of Security Exchange Commission (SEC) ruling on shareholder communications and disclosure of executive compensation; Factors influencing the commitment of unethical acts; Effect of pressure on unethical acts; Recommendations.


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