Hypothetical ethical quandary of the day

By Felix Salmon
June 12, 2009

Let’s say you’re empty-walleted Tim Geithner, and a senior Citigroup executive offers to buy your home — currently being rented out for rather less than its monthly cost — for the full asking price of $1.575 million. Naturally, you suspect that your identity is responsible for the fact that the buyer isn’t looking to haggle over the price. What do you do?

(Thanks to Jon Weil for the inspiration)

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