ethics

My Sunday mornings begin . . . at the end.  Of the New York Times Magazine, that is.  I’ll peruse the Lives column, for stories about, well, people’s lives.  Then, I’ll jump to the front of the magazine and indulge in an “educational minute” with William Safire’s column On Language.  Before I move on to fun […]

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It’s not just business partners that can be unscrupulous, as the article “9 Ways to Keep Hucksters, Schucksters, and Slimeballs at Arms Length When Starting Your Own Business” deftly points out.  There are creepy clients, promise-the-moon marketers, and flaky vendors who are out there, ready to infect the naive with their less-than-full-integrity way of conducting […]

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