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  1. The Boeing logo is displayed on a screen, at the NYSE in New York

    Boeing to face independent ethics probe over lunar lander bid: Document

    Boeing Co is submitting to an independent review of its compliance and ethics practices, according to an agreement struck with NASA and the U.S.
  2. FIFA President Gianni Infantino gestures during a UEFA Congress

    FIFA's ethics committee clears Infantino after investigation

    FIFA's independent ethics committee has cleared the organisation's president Gianni Infantino of any alleged breach of its code, world soccer's ...
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    Ep 2: Live To Work

    Japan's work ethic famously propelled it into a first world nation and the Japanese are known to work some of the longest hours in the world.
  4. Indian surrogate mothers protesting against a proposed ban on commercial surrogacy

    Commentary: India's ban on commercial surrogacy is no fix to legal, moral complexities

    The dearth of an international law on surrogacy creates complications for all stakeholders given the global nature of the business, says ...
  5. FILE PHOTO: United Auto Workers (UAW) acting president Rory Gamble speaks to Reuters from his offic

    United Auto Workers union unveils ethics reforms after US corruption probe

    The United Auto Workers (UAW) on Wednesday announced a series of ethics reforms in answer to a spreading U.S. federal corruption probe that has ...
  6. Chinese scientist He Jiankui claims to have created the world's first genetically edited babies

    Commentary: The gene-editing road to human advancement is paved with good intentions

    We should know when to draw boundaries and build a wall between blocking disease and enhancing individuals, one observer says.
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    Commentary: Gene-edited babies not just an unethical experiment, but a troubling trend

    Chinese Scientist He Jiankui's unethical experiment that involved the modification of human embryos highlights a disturbing pattern in human ...