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SBCC Students Take First in Business Ethics Competition


Four Santa Barbara City College students brought home a first-place prize to go along with a runner-up finish in two separate divisions at the 2013 International Business Ethics Case Competition (IBECC). The students — Spencer Moore, Tyler Rhodes, Rory Fearon, and Luke Ramirez — won with a presentation on the ethics of marketing Google Glass, which they argued is a morally neutral product. Google Glass is a wearable voice-command computer that can perform smart phone–like functions and looks like a pair of spectacles.

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