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How are ethcial standards met
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• What are the UCC principles of good faith and reasonableness to sales contracts? What are the different ways that title transfers under UCC Article 2? Which party bears the risk? What distinguishes a sale on approval, sale on consignment, and sale or return under UCC Article 2?
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State and defend your team’s position on the need for a code of ethics for Internet authors. Explain your rationale and give specifics.
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Key Element #1: You must be exceptionally organized, Key Element #2: Body Language, Key Element #3: Your Voice, Kay Element #4: Credibility and Passion.
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