Ethics in the News

22 06, 2020

Three Things Millennials Should Invest In

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Shutterstock “Growing old isn’t so bad when you consider the alternative,” Maurice Chevalier liked to say (even if he didn’t say it first). Because May is Older Americans Month, an annual celebration under the aegis of the Administration on Aging, this is a great time to ask, “How can young people invest in their futures?” To [...]

22 06, 2020

How To Avoid Your Own Ronny L. Jackson Hiring Fiasco

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AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta Why will Dr. Ronny L. Jackson fail to be confirmed as the head of the Veterans Affairs Department? As Nicholas Fandos and Michael D. Shear have reported in The New York Times, President Trump’s nominee to lead the V.A. “oversaw a hostile work environment as the White House doctor, allowed the overprescribing [...]

22 06, 2020

Three Ways Wells Fargo Can Avoid Another Billion-Dollar Fine

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Daniel Tepper/Bloomberg With the news that Wells Fargo has agreed to pay the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency $1 billion for a series of unethical deeds that are also illegal, the bank’s leadership must be asking themselves, “What can we do to ensure this doesn’t happen again?” Here are three ways [...]

22 06, 2020

Two Missed Opportunities For Comey And How He Could Have Triumphed Instead

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AP Photo/Evan Vucci, left, and Andrew Harnik For anyone obsessed with high-character leadership, these are heady times. On a whirlwind tour to promote his new book, A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies, and Leadership, former F.B.I. director James Comey has single-handedly made the term “ethical leadership” a top news story. In the wake of his ABC News interview with [...]

22 06, 2020

Should You Care About What Sinclair Is Doing With Your Local News?

By | June 22nd, 2020|Ethics in the News, Featured, Forbes Columns, Leadership|Comments Off on Should You Care About What Sinclair Is Doing With Your Local News?

Shutterstock Sinclair Broadcasting has taken a lot of heat for requiring that their anchors tell viewers “The sharing of biased and false news has become all too common on social media” and that “some media outlets publish these same fake stories... stories that just aren't true, without checking facts first." A video showing dozens of anchors in different [...]