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  • Business Ethics

    Portfolio Project: The Legal Environment of Business “What specific changes‚ if any‚ would you recommend to a policy maker to increase the effectiveness of corporate governance in this post-Enron era? Due to corporate scandals‚ most notable the Enron scandal there appears to be a decline in the confidence of leadership in the American business. The first round of scandals saw Congress pass the Sarbanes-Oxley Act which “requires companies to set up confidential systems so that employees and others

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    businessmen speak eloquently about the “social responsibilities of business in a free-enterprise system‚” I am reminded of the wonderful line about the Frenchman who discovered at the age of 70 that he had been speaking prose all his life. The businessmen believe that they are defending free enterprise when they declaim that business is not concerned “merely” with profit but also with promoting desirable “social” ends; that business has a “social conscience” and takes seriously its responsibilities

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    BUSINESS ETHICS Individual assignment Topic 1: The factors influencing corporate culture I. NATURE AND BACKGROUND OF FIRM: The Coca-Cola Company is the world’s largest beverage company and is the leading producer and marketer of soft drinks. Today‚ Coca-Cola is consumed throughout the world at the rate of more than 600 million times per day and this figure is continuing to rise. However‚ Coca-Cola is not the sort of company to live on its past glories;

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    Understanding Business Ethics Unit 37: National Diploma Assignment brief TASK 1: Scenario: Business ethics - a study of a selected company With growing interest among consumers regarding the business ethics of the businesses brands that consumers buy‚ Westminster council wants to conduct an independent review of some of the organisations that sell their goods and services in the borough. You have been asked to select one of the following brands and conduct research into their business ethics.

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    Amtrak’s Case Study LS312: Ethics and the Legal Environment Unit 4: Assignment Kaplan University Professor Bill Mulherin January 3‚ 2013   Amtrak’s Case Study Corporate social responsibility can create big problems if corporations do not handle difficult situations properly‚ especially when there are accidents involved. According to the eGuide to Ethics and the Legal Environment chapter 2‚ “CSR is a business practice that demands that business organizations look to the effect their decisions

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    CASE #33: The Case of the Fired Waitress 5. CSR ANALYSIS In this case we could not really judge if the company focused on ethical‚ legal‚ and philanthropic corporate social responsibilities all together. But they did mention about Red Lobster’s and its employees ethical and legal responsibilities. The case did not mention if Red Lobsters support any social causes or do any volunteers for the community. Therefore‚ we cannot judge whether or not Red Lobster was responsible socially or philanthropically

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  • Business Research Ethics

    Running head: BUSINESS RESEARCH ETHICS 1 Business Research Ethics 2 The medical field is one that unethical research happens. The way it happens is when doctors or hospitals publish findings in some area but they do not research other results for the same test. In the article titled “The highly profitable but unethical business of publishing medical research”‚ it discusses how to make money in the medical field companies do not complete research

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  • The Future of Business Ethics

    of corporations - Business Ethics Articles - impact of corporate governance scandals on business ethics debate Failure in business ethics is a real threat to the future of every corporation. business ethics as an issue is a hundred times more powerful than the internet or globalisation and can destroy your business in a week. To make matters worse‚ standards of business ethics are changing rapidly in response to random events which capture public imagination. In business ethics‚ what was good is

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  • Dell's Business Ethics

    Dell Inc’s Business Ethics Gwynedd-Mercy College Abstract Business Ethics is a very important part of having and running a successful business. Your business ethics consist of the behavior that a business adheres to in daily dealings within the world. There are a few key components that are covered under the business ethical umbrella within the Dell Computer Corporation they are as follows: Corporate Social Responsibility‚ Corporate Governance‚ Environmental Responsibility and Corporate Accountability

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  • Nestle's Business Ethics

    Ronald David Johnson Jr. Nestlé’s Business Ethics Many transcontinental corporations take the classical view of corporate social responsibility (CSR) by focusing on their main objective of maximizing their profits rather than focusing on both profits for the company and the welfare of society. Taking this view can taint a corporation’s reputation as often times bad decisions in business ethics are the result. The Nestlé Corporation ruined its reputation among its customers over thirty years ago

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