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    Unethical Behavior Paper

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    Unethical Behavior in The Financial Industry Research Paper 2 Danyell Knox Financing 505 Professor Wendy Achilles University Of Bridgeport December 6, 2015 Unethical Behaviors In The Financial Industry Research Paper 2 Unethical behaviors of financial professionals both old, and young still seem to affect the financial industry despite the new policies, and regulations surrounding the financial industry. Enron was an example of how unethical behaviors of employees will not only affect employees, but also stakeholders, and the economy in general. According to an article on Investopidia, and written by Chris Seabury, “CEO Jeffrey Skilling had a way of hiding the financial losses of the trading business and other operations of the company; it was market to market accounting. This is used in the trading of securities, when you determine what the actual value of the security is at the moment. This can work well for securities, but it can be disastrous for other businesses.” (Seabury, 2011). Trends, Challenges and Best Practices After the financial crises of 2008, which almost halted the economy as a whole, the government created stricter policies regarding financial markets and financial institutions. According to the Federalreserve.org website, the Federal Reserve has establish regulations which require banks to keep a reserve balance which would suffice for unexpected waves of depository withdrawals and financial emergencies (Federal Reserve. Org ,…

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    Jp Morgan Influence

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    Morgan had a considerable impact on the United States. Although he did not have the excessive wealth of John D. Rockefeller or Andrew Carnegie, his influence on America was certainly much greater (Wepman 6). According to The Justification of Wall Street, he was the “uncrowned king of finance” (7). As mentioned, he was responsible for the merging of several companies, such as General Electric and United States steel. Not only did he form and finance these extremely successful corporations, but he…

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    Shinya Yamanaka is a very successful biologist that is an expert in STEM cell research. He has recently become a frontrunner with the discoveries he has made in the field. To understand Yamanaka’s life, it is important to look at his early life, his accomplishments, and the significance/implications of these discoveries for the future. Shinya Yamanaka was a very well educated man that worked hard to get the positions he desired despite several setbacks. Yamanaka was born on September 4, 1962 in…

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    The first job application that my classmate Makayla Westgard interested was the Nebraska State Patrol. For the main reason that Makayla is willing to work this job “is to be studying racial profiling in traffic stops by partnering with University of Nebraska in Omaha” that is really so interesting because the job average salary pay is about $ 34,000 a year plus $13, 600 in benefits (McClatchy, 2009). And along with a life insurance policy with no cost. According to the Nebraska Watchdog.org on…

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    Fear impacts the way lives are lived. This is true throughout the world, and affects people of all races, religions, gender, age and socioeconomic levels. Fear has been a part of world history since the beginning of time. Most people have to deal with some kind of fear on a daily basis throughout their entire life. There are four types of fear that can affect everyone biological, irrational, deathly, and fears from the past. There are a few fears that everyone shares that are biological. The…

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    The human body is such a familiar concept to us however we still have so many questions why things are the way they are. Some of us have irrational fears while others do not, we could be allergic to something that our neighbors are not. Even though humans have been cut from the same cloth we still have a large variation in who we are. This isn’t a problem per se, but it makes you question why things are the way they are. And for this project I will be focusing on the irrational fears that some…

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    The saddest part is after such scare I stop visiting Colombia because the fear of being somewhere and getting attacked, kidnapped or murdered stopped me from going. Being aware that getting over a fear is going against it, this was something I never wanted face. Remembering my families faces the fear that was shown in their eyes made me wonder how could I come back here with my own family one day and feel safe. Now a day we see in the news horrible things especially in this country but I do know…

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    Everyone has a fear. When we were little, we were afraid of the monsters that lived under our beds; however, when one grows up fear always tends to get in the way. Fear is this adrenaline that runs through ones body not knowing what to do next. People can act upon fear in two ways; run from it or face it. Fear can eventually turn into a phobia. Depending on how progressive your fear is, making one panic, by just seeing someone or hearing about someone who is in an incident that one could be…

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    Role Of Fear In Society

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    The system has created people living with fearing their own shadow. For example Glassner states, “Afraid to go out and buy groceries, they literally waste away in their homes. The pattern becomes self perpetuating; the more time elderly people spend at home, the more TV they tend to watch, and the more fearful they grow” (45). People are being deceived into living in panic that turns people into becoming paranoid of the silliest things. Fear is used as a tool in our society to oppress negative…

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    Parallel Time Analysis

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    “Where fear and weapons meet--and they often do in urban America--there is always the possibility of death”. "They made me terrifying. Now I'd show them how terrifying I could be." Brent Staples the author of these quotes show a huge transformation from “Black men in public spaces” and “Parallel time”. Brent Staples opens “Black Men in Public Spaces” describing his first encounter and victim as h also does in “Parallel Time” by chance both incidents are, with well-dressed white women. “My first…

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