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I am having a difficult time identifying an article or case study that demonstrates the legal and ethical issues entrepreneurs face. If you find one please provide the citation and reference for the article and a brief summary. Thank you!

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The public has lost trust in corporate leaders and financial markets due to the collapse of several major companies over the last few years. Entrepreneurs have faced problems trying to attract new growth capital because of the many challenges that private equity and venture capital markets have faced. Corporate governance laws have been created to ensure fairness, due diligence, loyalty, and to ensure that those in leadership roles serve others as they were selected to do. Congress passed the ...

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