Does Integrity Depend on Intent?

William Cohen

Debbie, a former student I know, was hired by a non-profit institution after several years working for an Internet marketing company. One day Debbie called and asked if she could stop by my office. She sounded troubled and I agreed to see her the following week. When she came to my office, we exchanged pleasantries, and then we got right down to business. "It’s strange," Debbie said. "Everyone has this negative image of Internet marketing. But boy, my old company had very high ethical sta...
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