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More than five years after the implosion at Enron Corp. and other corporate scandals prompted Congress to impose strict new regulations aimed at reducing financial misconduct, little has changed on the morality front, according to a recent survey by the Ethics Resource Center (ERC). Some 56% of respondents to ERC’s 2007 National Business Ethics Survey said that in the past year, they had personally observed violations of company ethics standards, policy or the law, compared with 55% in the same survey in 2000. Of those that witnessed breaches of conduct 42% didn’t report them, with 36% saying they feared retaliation.

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