Decisions for operating a business, Business Law and Ethics

When operating a business, an owner has to make numerous decisions on a daily basis. In some cases, a decision may increase profits, but the owner is uncomfortable making such a decision because it may not be the right thing to do. In what kinds of situations might such a dilemma occur? How do you think an owner should address such a decision?

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