business ethics is consistent only with short-run profit maximization.

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For business, profit is our only motivation. When that is all you get out of life, you are done.

Profit is great, but it’s not the only motivation. If you want to be successful in business, you need to be doing something a little bit outside the lines. Otherwise, you are operating in a vacuum and not really even making progress at all.

This is why it’s so important to consider profit and other motivations as two different things. Profit is the motivation that will get you through the day. Outside the lines, however, are where you can use your talents to help your company create a better future for yourself and your employees. It’s a very personal thing.

Business ethics is a very personal thing, but to a lot of people, its a very business thing. To be successful in business, you need to maximize the profits of your company by being ethical. To do that, you need to be doing something a little bit outside the lines, otherwise you are operating in a vacuum and not really making progress at all.

This is a very important lesson that many business people learn quickly. It doesn’t just sound right, it works. When you are unethical, you are not being ethical at all. There is no “outside the lines”. You are not serving the shareholders well, you are not making a profit, you are not doing the company a good job. You are simply operating in a vacuum.

So, when you are doing business with someone who is unethical, the company needs to be aware that you are not doing business with them because you may end up paying a terrible price. The ethics of your company is contingent on the size of the company, the size of the market, and the size and quality of the product you are selling.

To be fair, it’s not always true that the larger the company, the broader the market, and the better the product. So yes, you should have a larger market with a wider variety of products, but only if you are willing to give the customers a better product than they could get somewhere else.

And the worst thing for a company is to have a product that is so bad that a competitor will beat you to the punch.

Sure, that’s not what we are saying here, but when you’re operating at a loss, customers will stop coming to your door. You have to go out of your way to provide your customer with what they pay for. If you don’t give them something they will not get elsewhere, then you’re just as guilty as the next company. That is why companies have to make sure they are providing customers with something they will pay for.

The question is how can companies do this while maintaining a healthy profit margin? Because companies need to be profitable, but they also need to be sustainable.

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