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Conspiracy Theory? The Ethical Paradox of “Big is Bad” (Jul 2017)

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There was a time when “big business,” and the “big professions” that support it, were revered for their contributions to society. Those contributions continue today, yet “big” is often vilified in the public eye. Explore some recurring themes in this area, from the dark clouds of conspiracy theories to media and political portrayals, and highlight ways in which ethics and professionalism might lead everyone “big” out of the storm.
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1. Conspiracy Theory? The Ethical Paradox of “Big is Bad” (Jul 2017)

Arnold J. Johnson

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Conspiracy Theory? The Ethical Paradox of “Big is Bad” (Jul 2017)

There was a time when “big business,” and the “big professions” that support it, were revered for their contributions to society. Those contributions continue today, yet “big” is often vilified in the public eye. Explore some recurring themes in this area, from the dark clouds of conspiracy theories to media and political portrayals, and highlight ways in which ethics and professionalism might lead everyone “big” out of the storm.

Originally presented at: May 2017 Corporate Counsel Institute

Arnold J. Johnson, Noble Energy Inc. - Houston, TX