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Ethics and Compliance Experts Fined for Unethical Firing

Navex Global, a company which brands itself as "the ethics and compliance experts," is being fined by a local government agency for unethical behavior ...


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Humane Society CEO Accused of Inhumane Actions

Despite its mission to confront cruelty of animals, at least one member of the Humane Society of the United States needs a reminder that humans are just ...


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Research Suggests Nationalist Bias in Olympic Judging

Figure skating analysts have expressed concern about the possibility of judge favoritism tainting the proceedings in the 2018 Winter Olympics.

At the 2014 ...


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Grandmothers 19 Times More Likely to Die Before College Exams

In his book, Dan Ariely talks about our tendency to be dishonest when we're in a tough spot. John Ortberg expounds on it in his book, Soul Keeping:

Ariely's ...

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Job Applicant Sacrificed Integrity for Money

In his book Every Good Endeavor, Pastor Tim Keller provides the following helpful illustration:

At twenty-seven years old, Howard was given an opportunity ...

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Youth Feel Pressured to Maintain Happiness Fa├žade

Donna Freitas in her thought-provoking book The Happiness Effect, argues that the real downside of social media is that it demands fake happiness. She ...


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Closing Your Eyes doesn't Hide the Truth

Former Maryland poet laureate Lucille Clifton wrote a poem in which she pictures herself trying to keep her eyes closed, ignoring the truth. But then ...


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Man Wins Butter Substitute Lawsuit Against Dunkin' Donuts

Good news, butter-lovers: If you visit your local Dunkin' Donuts and receive a butter substitute instead of real butter, you might get some money. Jan ...


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Latino Christian Laments Lack of American Friendships

"In Mexico they wanted to be my friends because they wanted to do missions to me, but when I moved to the United States no one wanted to be my friend." ...


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Information Glut Drowns Out the Truth

A recent cover story for The Economist, an international magazine, was entitled "Yes, I'd lie to you: The post-truth world." The article analyzed the ...


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