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An Early Ethics Lesson

MIT’s Sloan School of Management, Harvard Business School, and Carnegie Mellon said they would reject the applications of the prospective students who hacked into a Web site to find out if they had been admitted before being officially notified by the schools. Stanford is taking a more lenient approach, asking that those who took sneak peeks explain their actions.

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MIT’s Sloan School of Management, Harvard Business School, and Carnegie Mellon said they would reject the applications of the prospective students who hacked into a Web site to find out if they had been admitted before being officially notified by the schools. Stanford is taking a more lenient approach, asking that those who took sneak peeks explain their actions. It’s good to see that these schools are trying to instill business ethics from the get-go, especially in the wake of so many scandals.

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