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Teaching Ethics (990 views)
A father is explaining ethics to his son, who is about to go into business. "Suppose a woman comes in and orders a $100 worth of material. You wrap it up, and you give it to her. She pays you with a $100 bill. But as she goes out the door you realise sheís given you two $100 bills.

"Now, hereís where the ethics come in: should you or should you not tell your partner?"


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