The recent alleged FIFA unethical behaviour has a disappointing message for ethics in sport. In Article No 7 (Sports ethics: Why are some sportspeople unethical?) I gave examples of how some individual sportspeople behave unethically in their efforts to win.
Those of us who invest in shares know full well that if you have some kind of insider knowledge and you buy or sell based on that knowledge, that is a criminal offence. However, there are many people on share
Unethical politicians are often unethical in several subtle ways. One of their main tools is to use words in ways which tell half-truths. For example, notice how many politicians state that UKIP is anti-immigration (note, I don’t support any political party).
Isn’t it so disappointing that some people we trust rip us off! We are hearing a lot about unethical bankers these days: Laundering money for criminals Rigging the Libor rate (interest rates) Rigging the foreign exchange markets Manipulating the prices of