(Report from Tuesday, December 22, 2009) LINK
Textbook - Business Ethics: Case Studies and Selected Readings
By Marianne Moody Jennings
Unit 10 "Business and Government"
Case 10.15 "Taser and Stunning Behavior"
The narrative describes how Taser International essentially infiltrated [my choice of word] police departments and used TASR stock options to buy access to decision makers. The textbook then asks four potentially-awkward questions that many eight year olds would be able to answer correctly.
When 'a certain company' literally (!) becomes a case study in business ethics, it's really time for governments at all levels to start backing away.
You really couldn't make this sh_t up.
Seriously, Taser International is literally a case study in business ethics.
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