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ethical definition

Philanthropy making charitable donations to improve the welfare of society
social responsilibility the principle that companies should contribute to the welfare of society and not be solely devoted to maximizing profits
environmental protection agency an independent federal agency established to coordinate programs and enforce regulations aimed at reducing pollution and protecting the environment.
ethics guidelines for human behavior
ethical behavior conduct that adheres to this moral code
business ethics the study of behavior and morals in a business situation
code of ethics a group of ethical behavior guidelines that govern the day to day activites of a profession or organization
conflict of interest a clash between a person private interest and his or her responsibilities in a postion of trust
bribes payments made to secure special services for a business or special consideration for its products.
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