Can business ethics get any worse? Later this summer, the Justice Department is expected to announce charges of criminal wrongdoing in GM’s handling of faulty ignition switches that led to a series of fatal accidents. The New York Times says GM will likely agree to a record settlement—more than the $1.2 billion that Toyota paid for a sudden acceleration problem. And Tanaka has finally admitted after years of denial that its explosive airbag problem justifies the largest recall in auto history (and that’s saying a lot). Continue reading
I didn’t set up this website for this kind of thing, but it is so outrageous I had to post it here. Stealing a baseball from a kid has to go down as an ethical crime. Be sure to watch the video long enough to see the replay, which shows more clearly exactly how it went down.