Companies Stay Clean with Ethics Training

Fueled by recent corporate accounting scandals and heightened scrutiny from shareholders and federal regulators, more companies are ramping up ethics training programs for executives and employees.

“Over the last 18 months, we've seen a dramatic increase in the number of our customers with business ethics and accountability training programs for managers and executives,” says Myron Curry, president of Business Training Media Inc., an Encino, Calif.-based provider of work-force trainin

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