Although often termed “biopiracy” as a way to put it in a bad light, the commercialization of traditional knowledge and traditional medicine can have significant benefits for all parties involved.
It is clear that the upward trend of executive compensation, when left unchecked, exacerbates an already dangerous problem by increasing the wage gap.
The Securities and Exchange Commission and Department of Justice have become increasingly strict in their enforcement and prosecution of corporate corruption.
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