Ethics in entrepreneurship


By Pankaj CKumar

Corporate newss

NOT many people are aware that when Theranos went under in 2018, it was the work of Erika Cheung and Tyler Shultz that caused the US$9bil (RM39.3bil) start-up founded by the charismatic Stanford University dropout, Elizabeth Holmes, to collapse.

Both Erika and Tyler are founders of Ethics in Entrepreneurship (EIE), which is a non-profit organisation, focused on improving the business ethics that emerging companies, especially start-ups, are deploying to ensure they meet stakeholders’ objectives.

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