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    Ethical considerations

    Upon arriving home from work one day, you hear that a car manufacturer is to fund a marketing project for the local high school students. Your daughter is excited about it and wants to enter. The students are to create marketing strategies that promote the sale of cars. Prizes are to be made to three students with the best ideas

    Legal and Ethical issues involving business operations in Ir

    Please research the country of Ireland to answer questions 1 & 2. Numbers 3 & 4 are general. 1. List one legal issue that your CEO might be faced with in her new international operations in Ireland and explain how she could solve this problem and prevent similar problems in the future. 2. List one ethical issue that yo

    Ethical Dilemma: Scheme Affect

    Terry Bailey, an accountant, has worked for the past eight years as a payroll clerk for Fairwell Furniture, a small furniture manufacturing firm in the northeast. Terry recently experienced unfortunate circumstances. Her teenage son required minor surgery and the medical bills not covered by Terry's insurance have strained Terry

    Criteria in Resolving Ethical Dilemmas in Business

    What are the most important criteria to consider in resolving ethical dilemmas in business? Explain your rationale and provide examples of how you would respond to ethical dilemmas using these criteria. Explain how your standards would be effective in a global environment and create a personal code of ethics that you can liv

    Issues with Electronic Voting

    What are the ethical, social, and political issues involved while using a secure electronic method to register votes in a national election? Explain one issue in detail.

    Simon and Hobbs: Unethical actions in year end accounting

    2-3 paragraphs Details: The net income of Simon and Hobbs, a department store, decreased sharply during 2000. Carol Simon, owner of the store, anticipates the need for a bank loan in 2001. Late in 2000, Simon instructs the store's accountant to record a $10,000 sale of furniture to the Simon family, even though the goods will

    Enron Corporation and Anderson LLP, Analyzing the Fall of Two Giants

    Requirements 1. What were the business risks Enron faced, and how did those risks increase the likelihood of material misstatements in Enron's financial statements? 2. What are the responsibilities of a company's board of directors? Could the board of directors at Enron-especially the audit committee-have prevented the fall o

    Rights Issue: Assuming that the new money is invested to earn a fair return, give values for the following: a. number of new shares b. amount of new investment c. total value of company after issue d. total number of shares after issue e. share price after the issue

    Rights. Associated Breweries is planning to market unleaded beer. To finance the venture, it proposes to make a rights issue with a subscription price of $10. One new share can be purchased for each two shares held. The company currently has outstanding 100,000 shares priced at $40 a share. Assuming that the new money is in

    Global Business Analysis Case Study: DMG-Shanghai

    Closing Case: DMG-Shanghai International Business: Competing in the Global Marketplace (7th ed.) C.W.L. Hill McGraw-Hill/Irwin, 2009 New York, NY Back in 1993, New Yorker Dan Mintz moved to China as a freelance film director with no contacts, no advertising experience, and no Mandarin. By 2006, the company he subsequent

    Case Study (Mary & the Blood Bank): ethical dilemmas and values

    I need help answering the following two questions for the below case study. What is the ethical dilemma in this case? - 300 words What values are in conflict? - 300 words Mary, the director of nursing at a regional blood bank, is concerned about the declining number of blood donors. It's May, and Mary knows that the ap

    Business globally

    What legal and ethical issues should a business consider when deciding whether or not to do business globally?

    Ethical to Hide Survey Sponsor?

    Is it ethical for a manufacturing company that wishes not to be identified as the sponsor of a mail survey to invent the name of a fictitious research company and print the name on the letterhead paper used for the survey? For example, a firm in Ohio wishing to disguise the fact that it is surveying its own distributors migh

    Discussing Ethical Standards and Leadership

    Implementation of the code of conduct at ECG has been a success. Employees are engaged in the training sessions and have been carefully reviewing the detailed code of conduct available on the ECG intranet. Furthermore, you are regularly being consulted by various individuals regarding situations that represent or could potential

    Ethical dilemmas in agencies are examined. The relationship of John Thain with Merrill Lynch and subsequently Bank of America is analyzed after reading the article quoted in the solution.

    Search the Internet for resources for a current business article that discusses an agency problem or ethical dilemma in business today. Please cite the source for the article in your posting. Answer the following questions: What were the circumstances of the event? What could the company have done differently to prevent the

    Ethical relationships with clients, suppliers, influential parties, and coworkers

    I am suppose to research ethical relationships with clients, suppliers, influential parties, coworkers, and other areas of compliance. I am suppose to consider whether there are specific implications for the compliance areas and whether there are any relevant theoretical guidelines and regulatory requirements. Suppose to make

    mechanic's lien on an owner's property

    Is it ethical and good business for a subcontractor to file a mechanic's lien on an owner's property if they have paid the general contractor in full, but the general contractor has not paid the subcontractor the full amount of the subcontract? Yes or No, please explain.

    Ethical Issue with Cre Capital Corporation: SEC complaint about Ponzi scheme

    See the attached file. I need to discuss the factual situation described in the short article attached and the ethical issue(s) presented, including: (1) The individual and organization factors that led to the ethics problems in the article(s), and (2) Your judgment about why many underlying issues in ethical problems and

    Ehical Theories: Teleological and Deontological

    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

    Current Ethical Issues (Neonatal care)

    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.