Business Research RES/351 Business Research Business Research Ethics Ethical behavior has been overlooked in the past, but due to unethical business research, the manners in which businesses are run have changed. Unethical behaviors in business were becoming too common, so government laws and regulations were put in place to help regulate efforts of preventing these unethical practices. Research misconduct is both illegal and unethical. The government defines research miscount as "fabrication, falsification, or plagiarism." Unlike deviations from research methods, misconduct is always deliberate.
AstraZeneca as a coporation can use their vast wealth to push a drug through the FDA they know will kill X number of people. Before X number of people die, they can give themselves million dollar bonuses. When X number of people's survivors sue AstraZeneca for
Introduction Ralph Mariano, former senior systems engineer with the United States Navy’s Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA), pleaded guilty to conspiracy and to defrauding the U.S government of up to $20 million. He spent millions of taxpayer dollars in every imaginable way, money intended to protect the people of our nation. Using all the people involved in this case, Mariano directed them and other manipulators to bill the Navy for work that was never performed. One may think that in a case like this, dealing with the government, it would be impossible to pull off a scheme such as this one. However, with the persuasion of a few willing individuals along with his high ranking position in the Navy, he was able to orchestrate this scheme to perfection before ultimately getting caught in February of 2011.
Business Research Ethics RES/351 May 28, 2012 Negussie Nega, M.A., DM What unethical research behavior was involved? In 2002 Citigroup Inc. was part of a lawsuit where analyst released biased information concerning stocks to the investors causing many individuals to lose money. The memo stated the analyst was reluctant to release the information because they fear a backlash from the investment bankers. The unethical behavior in the article was that several securities firm violated a basic ethics code when the research department doctored number that misleads the investors. The investors purchased stock based on tainted research.
The only physicians the author interviews in his book involve the topic of genetic doping. How could you write a book on steroids and not interview Harrison Pope, M.D. from Harvard, the leading expert on anabolic steroids? Jendrick dismisses the medical consequences of steroid use, blaming the media for sensationalizing and spreading misinformation about steroids. While I agree that the media uses scare tactics to alarm the public and grab more ratings, his claim that 99% of testicular shrinkage returns to previous size after discontinuation of steroids is more irresponsible.
Often in the modern world, it is obsession and addiction that lead to the most horrible evils. This is especially true with the obsession for money and power. Millions have died in the last century alone because of an individual’s thirst for power. More recently, the addiction to money has ruined many lives and businesses. This is evident in the case of Bernie Madoff, who in a display of true evil scammed over 15,000 people out of life savings and investments for his own gain.
A few days after the break-in, he arranged to provide hundreds of thousands of dollars to the burglars, so they would be quiet. Then, he and his committee told the CIA to slow down the FBI’s investigation of the Watergate scandal. Some Americans thought the cover up was a worse crime than the initial break in. President Nixon was seen as abusing his presidential power. Seven conspirators were indicted on charges related to the Watergate affair.
Vlad Bakhmetyev Burchett/5 Illegal Immigration Research Paper Migration into the United States is often looked at as a privilege to those in search of a better life. However, migrating to the U.S. illegally is extremely detrimental to the government eroding State and Government funds. As a result, schools and hospitals all over the United States literally go bankrupt and get shut down. Clearly, illegal aliens cost the U.S. a great amount of money that could be allocated towards other funds for the benefit of its citizens. An estimated $2.5 billion a year is spent on their Medicaid, as well as another annual $12 billion dollars spent on primary and secondary school education for illegal kids, in addition some $1.6 billion is annually spent
One of the biggest scandals involving steroids was the Mitchell Report. “The Mitchell Report is the culmination of 21 months of investigating into illegal steroids and human growth hormones use within in the MLB conducted by former US Senator George J. Mitchell (Steroids). This report included big names such as Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens, and Jose Canseco as well as countless others. The baseball world was shocked when the report came out and sent the game into a spiral downward out of control. Baseball was starting to be viewed as a “cheaters sport.” This being the case, the Mitchell Report came out with steps to try and eliminate steroids from baseball, but like all diseases it still crept softly behind closed doors.
Also - In 1937, Dupont patented the processes to make plastics from oil and coal. Natural hemp industrialization would have ruined over 80% of Dupont's business. Add those 2 money gobbling goblins together with a few others and you’ve got yourself a conspiracy stating that secret meetings were held by these financial tycoons. Hemp was declared dangerous and a threat to their billion dollar enterprises. For their dynasties to remain intact, hemp had to go.