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25 May 2012
On 25 May 2012 The Globe and Mail reported:
After convocation ceremonies at Queen's University School of Business in Kingston, Canada, some of the 2012 MBA class will leave with more than their diploma. In a voluntary initiative, 68 of the 116-member class have chosen to sign a pledge to demonstrate integrity in their business life. In doing so, they are latching on to a worldwide trend by business school graduates to take a stand against high-profile misdeeds by executives (some, but not all, with MBAs).
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