Executive Founding Director of the Center for Business Ethics Michael Hoffman comments on Credit Suisse's decision on year-end bonuses.
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In response to the question of whether or not it is ethical to blame one player for a team loss, Executive Founding Director of the Center for Business Ethics Mike Hoffman asserts, "I don’t think there is anything unethical about somebody blaming