The 'right to honest services' doctrine began to be applied to (private) individuals - employees who - while participating in public decisions, e.g., Volkswagen engine emissions scandal and/or Purdue Pharma – the Sackler family vis-a-vis OxyContin.
Please consider - examine the 'right to honest services' in the context of ‘businesses moral responsibility of honesty’ as it translates - applies to individuals (people), i.e., as generally considered morally responsible for their actions.