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Kentian ethics

22 August 2019 By Dasha Afanasieva

Tobacco companies that were run for customers rather than shareholders would aim to reduce sales of their noxious products. But less scrupulous rivals can undermine solitary socially conscious CEOs. Without collusion or new laws, corporate virtue-talk is mostly a smokescreen.

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