the study and examination of moral and social responsibility in relation to business practices and decision-making in business
In a business ethics class, you can use that as an example instead of Machiavelli, which provides a way into the concept.
Her presence at an international conference on corporate and business ethics seems odd to Jimmy.
Public opinion is strongly opposed to it, and we believe business men are acquiring a higher standard of business ethics.
The proposition would seem to involve a sound principle of business ethics.
But the eyes of the law and the minds of the psis of the government's business ethics Bureau were equally keen.
The railroads promptly fell in line with the countrywide summons for a more exacting standard of business ethics.
What he did was all legal and according to business ethics, but it gloved the iron hand.