Ethical theories can be divided into the following two groups: teleological and deontological. First, discuss what teleological ethical theories and deontological theories of ethics are, comparing the two. Next, give examples of how ethical conduct would be analyzed according to each of these two types of theories. Which of
I need help getting started on a paper in which you discuss the factual situation described in an article with ethical issue(s) presented. Identify any other ethical issues you suspect might apply to the situation that are not reported.
In the practice of accounting, what are an accountant's legal and ethical obligations to a client and to third parties who rely on the work an accountant performs for a client? Fully explain your answer.
Say that you work as a manager for the hypothetical Highbrow's, a rather prestigious department store. Each year, in order to handle the large number of shoppers at Christmas time, you must hire temporary employees. Because of store policy and budget constraints, all temporaries must be discharged on January 10. As you interview
Suppose that the hypothetical company Children Wear Industries has long been the economic foundation for its hometown. Most of the area's small businesses and schools support Children Wear, either by supplying the materials needed for production or by training its employees Children Wear has learned that if it were to move its p
1. What legal and ethical issues should a business consider when deciding whether or not to do business globally? How can you compare and contrast between ethical issues in the US and ethical issues in other countries? What method could a company use to address ethical differences? 2. What is ethical consequentialism and fo
Can you help me... Explain in general, how ethical decisions are made by everybody, and how it has the capacity to influence more than just the decision maker
What is the basic purpose for examining trends in a company's financial ratios and other data? Why would managers be tempted to manage earnings? What ethical issues, in any, arise when a company manages its earnings?
See attached file. Do not assume that the reader is familiar with the case. It has been my experience that a solid case analysis cannot be written in less than three double spaced pages, but please limit yourself to six. Think outside the box when writing about this case. Apply ALL relevant concepts in organizational theory,
In Ethical Leadership Introduction: Leadership and influence are interrelated. Powerful leaders can create a major impact on their followers and the organization. Leaders can either use their influence to further their own cause at the expense of their organization and followers or they can stick to specific moral standard
Anne Distagne was the CEO of Linkage Construction Inc., which served as the general contractor for the construction of the air ducts for large shopping malls and other buildings.
Anne Distagne was the CEO of Linkage Construction Inc., which served as the general contractor for the construction of the air ducts for large shopping malls and other buildings. She prided herself on being able to manage her company effectively and in an orderly manner. For years there had been a steady 22-25 percent grow
1. Finney Container Company is suffering declining sales of its principal product, non-biodegradable plastic cartons. The president, Philip Shapeero, instructs his controller, Sharon Fetters, to lengthen asset lives to reduce depreciation expense. A processing line of automated plastic extruding equipment, purchased for $2.7 mi
Terminology Crossword Puzzle Create a crossword puzzle consisting of at least 20 words and/or acronyms with corresponding definitions from the Week 4 reading material: ORGANIZATIONAL ISSUES ? Apply the ethical decision-making steps to an ethics issue. ? Compile strategies for managing stress in the organization.
The Hon. Justice Potter Stewart once wrote: "There is a big difference between what we have the right to do and what is right."
I have the following task, and I need some help getting started: Details: The Hon. Justice Potter Stewart once wrote: "There is a big difference between what we have the right to do and what is right." Give four examples of possible BSSL business situations which would illustrate this principle and explain. Objective: E
Discuss Moira's situation and her ethical options. Given this information, what do you think that she ought to do? Moira recently graduated from college and landed her first corporate job. She works as an administrative assistant for a company that manufacturer's home decoration. On the job only four months, Moira feels as th
400-550 words Details: Some BSSL employees have opposed proposed changes in FCC regulations that will allow for more mergers overall in the print media and TV industry, permitting consolidation of up to 45% control in a geographic market prior to the FCC prohibiting further consolidation of media assets. The Editor of Consumer
Lesley Chomski is the supervisor of the New Product Division of MCO Corporation. Her annual bonus is based on the success of new products and it computed on the number of sales that exceed each new product's projected breakeven point. In reviewing the computations supporting her most recent bonus, Chomski found that although an
I need some help getting started with either one of these topics (1) In the election of public officials, such as the presidential candidacy, people sometimes say that their opinion of the character of the candidate is very important to them. Some people believe that their assessment of the "character" of the candidate helps
Does Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) ensure an ethical tone or just the financial reporting? Can they be separated?
Stakeholder Interest in the Issue Influence Urgency Persuasiveness Importance Dan His career and freedom could be on the line if a lawsuit relevant to the issue at hand arose sometime in the future. His career might also be on the line if he doesn't go along with what his boss wants him to do. Low Low Low High Oliver He needs
For the past ten years, BSSL has wanted to develop lucrative South American oil reserves for its exploration, drilling, refining, and transport division; BSSL's Oil Division has been limited in prior years to Siberia and the South China Sea and was precluded from entry into the oil business in Iraq by United States law and U.N S
Write a memo discussing the importance of ethics in auditing in general, and of compliance with Rule 501 of the AICPA's code of professional ethics in particular.
Miami School Negotiations Paper Prepare a paper in which you analyze the following scenario: The Miami school district has announced that as a result of unexpected increases in enrollment, that school boundaries for the upcoming year will be redrawn. The school board has hired experts to redraw school boundaries to be subm
Business people facing ethical dilemmas are not uncommon; however, how one chooses to resolve the situation is critical. At CSSC, a six-step approach has been used very successfully. They are these: Obtain the relevant facts. Identify the ethical issues form the facts. Determine who is affected by the outcome of the dilem
Please explain tax and ethical considerations (with supporting authority where possible) regarding whether one should prepare a gift tax return that reports the taxable gifts in the following situation: A client transferred his corporation stock to 14 donees in December 2007. Each donee received shares valued at $11,000. Two
Assignment detail: It is time for the semiannual category review for electronics. You will be assessing space allocations for the category with your team and key vendors. All vendors have submitted recommendations in advance regarding their products, including any new products that the manufacturers will be offering soon. A
Explain why integrity is important to maintain regardless of the field/business. How does integrity apply to whistle-blowing? Using a minimum of two credible sources, thoroughly discuss integrity and whistle-blowing.
Mr. Barker is returning to a town he once lived in and a position he once held. He and his wife visit several real estate brokers there in hopes of finding a house. One broker mentions that Horace's house will soon be for sale. "Oh," Barker says, "I know Horace; is he leaving the area?" The broker explains that he is not, but is
Why should an auditor make decisions in the public interest rather than in the interest of management or current shareholders?
I was employed as a certified public accountant (CPA) for a regional accounting firm that specialized in audits of financial institutions and had many local clients. My responsibilities included supervising staff, collecting evidence to support financial statement assertions, and compiling work papers for managers and partners t