Quarterly Ethics Review
The Quarterly Ethics Review is an in-depth discussion that focuses on timely issues in business through a lens of ethics.
This edition of the Quarterly Ethics Review, held November, 2014, sheds light on three
stories of questionable ethical conduct in the US business community reported in the press during the three months prior to December 31, 2014.
Moderated by Professor Steven Hartley of the Daniels College of Business, the panel discussed:
- the General Motor's faulty ignition switch situation
- the recent data hacking that occurred at Target, Home Depot and Apple Computer
- the pricing of prescription drugs in the United States
Hartley was joined by Daniels College of Business marketing practitioners: Dan Baack, Heather Kennedy, Ross Bagully.