This year at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, YouTube sponsored the “Davos Debates” where anyone can provide their own video response to questions posed on the Economy, Environment, Policy and Ethics. YouTube chose one winner in advance of the Davos conference to come and attend. Pablo Camacho, a student and writer from Bogota, Columbia, was the winner of the contest for his response to the question “Should company executives have a code of ethics similar to doctors and lawyers?” As Vice President of Intel’s Legal and Corporate Affairs, and also as General Counsel – this is a topic of interest to me. So I took a few minutes to watch Pablo’s video and offered my video response.
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