The case scenario: You are the network administrator for a rather large company. As part of your responsibility as a network administrator is to monitor the emails for the organization. Usually this just means occasionally allow through emails for staff members that have been accidentally blocked by the spam filters. You get a
You overhear your supervisor talking with her boss, who is a corporate officer, about a possible acquisition. You do not overhear the name, but you are pretty sure that you know which company it is. No one knows that you overheard this conversation, and your company has a history of acquisitions in the same market as the compan
Considering the normative ethical theories: deontological, utilitarian, and virtue ethics; Which is most useful in evaluating the Mattel case and why?
1. In a narrative format, summarize the key facts and issues of the case. 2. Update the information in the case by researching it on the Internet. Focus your response on the specific issues in the case. 3. Consider the use of "pre-texting" in the case. What ethical issues arise from the use of this practice? Do you find it
Fast Ed's auto showroom sells cars. Fast Ed's bank requires the company to submit quarterly financial statements in order to keep its line of credit. Note Receivable and Accounts Receivable are 50 percent of current assets. Therefore, Bad-Debt Expense and Allowance for Doubtful Accounts are important accounts. Fast Ed's presi
**What is the difference between an express and an implied contract? A unilateral and a bilateral contract? A contract that is void or voidable? **What elements must be in place for formation of a contract? **What are three examples of valid consideration? (Please use at least one research site to support your statement
What are the four common patterns of irrational or unethical decision-making?
- Explain the differences and similarities of the types of invasion of privacy. - What do lemon laws,The Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, and general warranties have in common? - What dangers do defective products pose to the public and the legal system? - Please use at least one research site to support your statements.
Read the "Decision Point" section on page 425 (See Below) of the text (When Does Financial Support Become a Kickback). There are three bulleted questions at the end of the short excerpt. Answer all questions listed. Remember to restate the question, and then give your reply. I include the three questions I would like answered pl
Hi, I need some assistance developing responses to the following questions: 1. What ethical issues should be considered when planning marketing strategies? What is an example of a real organization that used marketing strategies which caused ethical problems. What are the causes of the problems? What could have been done to
Select the answer that is most correct and write a brief, 150-word essay to provide a rationale for your choice. This activity allows you to demonstrate your understanding of ethical principles, the organizational and societal implications of ethical behavior, and the functioning of ethical systems within organizations. Your
Select the answer that is most correct and write a brief, 150-word essay to provide a rationale for your choice. This activity allows you to demonstrate your understanding of ethical principles, the organizational and societal implications of ethical behavior, and the functioning of ethical systems within organizations. Quest
Select the answer that is most correct and write 150 words to provide a rationale for your choice. This activity allows you to demonstrate your understanding of ethical principles, the organizational and societal implications of ethical behavior, and the functioning of ethical systems within organizations. You have been a pur
Select the answer that is most correct and write a brief, 150-word essay to provide a rationale for your choice. This activity allows you to demonstrate your understanding of ethical principles, the organizational and societal implications of ethical behavior, and the functioning of ethical systems within organizations. Scena
Ladner Bread wishes to expand its business and has borrowed $100,000 from Bank. As a condition for making this loan, the bank required Ladner Bread to maintain a current ratio of at least 1.50 and a debt of no the more than 0.50, and to submit annual financial statement to the bank. Business during the third year has been good b
Assume that you are asked by your director to lead a team that will evaluate supplier responses to a request for proposal for a multi-year contract for infrastructure services. Subsequently, you are asked by the director to seriously consider recommending a particular supplier. How would you handle the ethical and political aspe
The Executive Compensation Committee of the Board of Directors has asked your CFO to develop a report of what has transgressed in the area of executive compensation in U.S. corporations to ensure that they are aware of what has happened in this area. Your CFO has asked you to develop a report that includes the areas of executive
Stacy Lynn, Inc. (SLI) is a manufacturer of rice cookers. The rice cookers sell for $45 per unit; the sales were 3,600 units in the current year, 2009. SLI has 400 units available for sale at the end of 2009 and is projecting sales of 4,400 units in 2010. SLI is planning the same production level for 2010 as in 2009, 4,000 units
After years of steady growth in net income, The Performance Drug Company sustained a loss of $1.6 million in 2012. The loss was primarily due to $5 million in expenses related to a product recall. The company designs and produces health supplements and had to recall a product in 2012 because of potential health risks. The compan
Ethical Question Regarding Marketed Products:This solution addresses the question if some products are too dangerous to be marketed in any circumstance, and if regulations should be placed on marketing cigarettes, handguns, prescription drugs. Examples are given.
Are some products too dangerous to be marketed in any circumstance? What regulations, if any, would you place on marketing cigarettes? Handguns? Prescription drugs? This code of ethics can be used to locate other codes and regulations that may address this issue.
Problems that arise in expatriation that go beyond the typical HRM responsibilities include the application of ethics and values abroad and external factors such as safety, security and counterterrorism. Explain these issues briefly. In what ways might the core ethical values and guidelines apply to them?
What strategies have been used to promote collaboration at your place of employment or a company you are familiar with? Have these strategies been successful or unsuccessful? Explain. Would you recommend implementing other strategies to promote collaboration? If so, what would those be? What are some real world examples of
What is an example of an ethical perspective that is considered very American? What is an example of an ethical perspective from another culture that deals with a similar subject? Identify the culture and the ethical perspective. Why are the perspectives of these two so different? How are they similar?
Tyco legal case: I need to critical analyse the ethical issues involved in the case by giving: A short desciption of the case. Identification of the ethical issues involved, like what was the alleged ethical wrong done, and why is/was it wrong? A statement "in their own opinion, of whether it was wrong or not, and mor
What are some potential areas in the recording and reporting of intangibles that might provide an unethical CEO the opportunity to present the results of operations in a more favorable light than in reality should be portrayed? What (or whom) do you think might be in a position to prevent such misrepresentation? Explain.
You have recently been hired as the assistant controller for Stanton Temperton Corporation, which rents building space in major metropolitan areas. Customers are required to pay six months of rent in advance. At the end of 2012, the company's president, Jim Temperton, notices that net income has fallen compared to last year. In
Minnie Lee is an engineer with a multi-national aerospace company that produces fuel-line components for all types of air and space craft. Minnie discovered a potential defect in a particular fuel-line component. Minnie is the lead-engineer for this particular division and scheduled tests that would indicate the failure potentia
News reports often contain high profile stories about businesses that fail to apply ethical standards to their financial calculations and reporting. Lapses in judgment or deliberately deceptive practices have at times led to the demise of an organization or to a public scandal. What ethics-based practices would you, as a manager
I need help to write 2 pages of the following: List and describe three concepts that enhance the mind of the CPA. In summary, the answer will show three things for creativity and three things for vigilance (total of six bullets with descriptions). Please provide a more specific example that demonstrates something more specifi
Private label products are becoming more prevalent each day. Why are private label products successful? What are the key success factors for private label products? Describe any ethical issues regarding private label packaging.