- Title: Core-option: Corruption
- Author: Edwin Masih
- Genre: Society, Money
- Length: 176 pages
- Publication Date: October 24, 2017
- Paperback Price: $14.99
- Kindle Price: $9.99
Microsoft, Facebook, Twitter, Amazon, Google, Apple, and eBay are the top performing companies in the world, and all of them were started from a tiny room, cabin, or a garage. They all have a few things common; they kept their core values high without exploring the immoral or unethical options. They kept their dealings and transaction transparent, honest, candid, and simple. Most of them probably never used cash to build multi-billion-dollar institutions. They don’t bribe people to buy their product or sign a government contract to become successful, but they use talent, expertise, innovation, breakthrough, and vision.
The cash, connection, and contracts are vital factors of corruption. We need a cashless society to make every transaction visible. Contracts must be visible for accountability, and connections or influence must be monitored.
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