Business, by its very nature, cannot operate in a vacuum. Every day, while businesses are operating within their commercial, physical, and community environments, their activities are constrained by laws, regulations and, in some cases, culture. Within that web of interactions and restrictions, however, there are gray areas – areas where human behaviors, lack of clarity, and conflicting rules and expectations can lead to problems that need to be solved not by financial or managerial logic, but by ethical reasoning. This is the domain of Business Ethics.