Sometimes it is better to seek permission rather than ask for forgiveness.  Consider this example.  Rio Tinto, the mining giant, blew up ancient aboriginal caves in Australia while expanding an iron ore mine.  It was a black mark on the company’s reputation and earned much-deserved criticism from the government and archaeologists.  What is worse is that the executives in charge received a slap on the wrist from the company — a cut of $5 million in their bonuses.  They knew better.  The issue had been around for some time.  It smacks of management that should be removed.  It is clear Rio Tinto has no respect for native peoples.  Maybe this will generate enough heat that no one will ever attempt such an act again in Australia.  

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