Business Ethics is designed to serve as a textbook for first year students of MBA and diploma students of management courses. The book provides a deep insight into the crucial role played by ethical choices in managerial decision making within an organization as well as the impact of suchdecisions on the world at large.Starting with a broad overview of the meaning and scope of ethics and the development of ethical thought, the book puts forward the applications of ethical standards to business areas such as corporate governance, marketing and brand management, advertising, and finance. The discussion shifts to amore human level with the various issues of workplace ethics as well as consumer rights. Special focus is given to ethical choices related to the environment, cyber space and criminal intimidation. Contemporary issues like corporate code of ethics, political correctness and the role played by NPOand NGO in upholding moral values are discussed in detail. Finally, several open-ended issues like Intellectual Property The book follows a debate-based approach where both for and against views are presented, followed by concept analysis and logical deductions. This approach is well aided with a number of caselets, case studies and end chapter review questions. This book will also serve as a useful reference for BBAfaculty and professionals.