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Would you agree that ethical business practices can increase the bottom line and lead to the long term profitability of a business and if so, why?
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Weegy: While ethical behavior may seem as if it is the normal course of business, it’s unfortunate that some business people and some businesses do not operate ethically. Not all behavior that is unethical is illegal. [ Companies frequently are faced with ethical dilemmas that are not necessarily illegal but are just as important to navigate. ] (More)
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