|Who decides if it’s bribery or business?|
By Byron McNutt
MY WEBSTER’S dictionary defines bribery as the act or practice of giving or taking a bribe. A bribe is money or favor given or promised to a person in a position of trust to influence his or her judgment or conduct.
Now begins the job of interpretation. Can any bribe be considered legal?
Are bribes, by any measure, illegal and a pox on any system or transaction? It may be hard to think of a situation where offering a bribe would be looked at in a favorable light.
In the last two weeks there were two national stories that gained major headlines.
|Tuesday, May 08, 2012 3:01 PM|