Unicomp Inc. Business Ethics Case


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Unicomp Inc. Business Ethics Case
John Lungren, special assistant to the Vice President of Finance at Unicomp Inc., faces a tough ethical dilemma put forth within the business case study. While John has succeeded in his role with the company in the years since he was hired, his direct supervisors, VP of Finance Tom Krill and CEO Frank Percy, have asked him to build a financial report that skews data in favor of what seems to be a pre-determined conclusion. John understands that Mr. Krill and Mr. Percy as well as other senior management at Unicomp are close friends with the CEO of the proposed acquisition target and may even be shareholders in Comptech as well. As a result, John worries that the acquisition of Comptech may not be in the...
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