The headlines broadcast the ethical failures of our times: a CEO goes to prison for malfeasance, financial officers squander the retirement funds of their company's employees, accounting firms are caught suggesting how to mislead investors who read the profit and loss statements. It's easy to wax righteous after the fact.
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