their schedules, and fully aware of unexpected happenings. One of Main Street, New York’s
article, Business Ethics 101 in 2013, by Kerri Fivecoat-Campbell, talks about the advantages and
disadvantages of the business field. Kansas State University’s Chair of the business ethics
initiative, Diane Swanson, describes how she believes that the ethics are similar to the traditional
developments in life. New England College of Business and Finance President, Howard E.
Horton, implied that work fields aren’t only affected by the original evolutionary process but also
at how social media participates in everyday lives. Businesses are becoming more conscious of
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The amount of technology that the world has today includes high efficiency quality in most
cameras or technologic devices. The similarity in Swanson and Horton’s beliefs are that
companies will be put at risk to pay for their consequences if they continue to not realize their
own business ethics.
In the article by Author N. Nayab’s, Real-World Examples of Bad Business Ethics,
shows various selections from unethical business ethics that had happened in the past. One of the
examples was from Mcdonald’s, where the company was allowed to pay their employees less
than minimum wage, due to the poor selfish acts by their wealthy founder, Ray Kroc.
Unfortunately lower wages was not the only poor condition that ruined their employees, they
were also caught serving unhealthy food, presented false advertisement, and damaged the
environment with their polluted factories. Nowadays, there has been many proof through social
media at how bad this company had came to be. Videos of these poor business ethics can be
found online and some may come off as rather disgusting. “McDonald’s claims to give back to
the community and the environment by working with schools and local organizations, but