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    Thoroughly described the key characteristics of a whistleblower. Thoroughly summarized briefly one (1) researched instance of whistleblowing in one (1) publicly traded company within the last 12 months. Thoroughly included the details of the issue that the whistleblower reported and the effect of the whistleblower's actions on both the whistleblower himself and the company.

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    Consider the characteristics of a whistleblower seeking justice within a restrictive environment non-conducive in following their code of ethics. Most whistleblowers seek to only follow the code of ethics and demonstrate such behaviors in whistleblowing on bad behaviors. For instance, the Enron crisis entailed a whistleblower that felt compelled to remedy the serious of fraud and misrepresentation to the shareholders, employers, and the public. Thus, the Enron whistleblower conducted several means to secure information in ...

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    The review into whistle-blowing in a corporation to conduct in positive behavior. Two references are provided to aid in the understanding of the question.