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It's Good Business: Ethics and Free Enterprise for the New Millennium

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Tackling the most pressing challenges of business in the next millennium, internationally recognized philosopher Robert C. Solomon takes a hard look at the treacherous terrain of ethical decision-making in a highly competitive environment. Solomon argues that success does not have to come at the price of integrity. "Good ethics," he concludes, "is good business." Extensive ...more
Paperback, 75 pages
Published March 6th 1996 by Rowan Books (first published January 1st 1900)
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Robert C. Solomon (September 14, 1942 – January 2, 2007) was a professor of continental philosophy at the University of Texas at Austin.

Early life

Solomon was born in Detroit, Michigan. His father was a lawyer, and his mother an artist. After earning a B.A. (1963) at the University of Pennsylvania, he moved to the University of Michigan to study medicine, switching to philosophy for an M.A. (1965)
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