Inside The Man Essay

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The Inside Man 
 
 
Name of Student: 
Name of Professor: 
Name of Course: 
Date of Submission: 
 
 
 
 
 

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 In the same case, Arthur had a safe deposit for the diamond in the bank for security 
purposes. The bank also has the responsibility to make the financial lives of the people are better. 
The note written by the robbers was that fifty hundred people needed food. Arguably, the robbers 
felt that the bank should have fed the people. Their focus should not just be on the clients but 
also the community. Consequently, the Armenian people stage a dramatic bank robbery to have 
their plight heard. Interestingly, the robbers are elite individuals such as a lawyer. Therefore, 
their mandate is to push the bank to perform its duties towards the community. Additionally, the 
robbers are angry at the origin of the bank. It came into existence after the owner had frustrated 
his employees to make the money. He then gathered all the wealth to start a bank. In this case, 
the bank founder forgot to appreciate the community and the employees for helping him in 

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creating the wealth. Therefore, the corporate social responsibility of the bank is to provide a 
better lifestyle for its employees and stakeholders such as food, education, shelter, and clothing. 
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