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Explain how ethical, legal and regulatory issues differ on a B2C site compared to a B2B site. Give specifics using an Ebusiness that conducts B2C and B2B.

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Since Business-to-Business (B2B) models focus on customers, the ethical, legal, and regulatory issues must remain in-line with the expected best practices to maintain and preserve the overall ethics of running a business. The social and legal concerns are therefore an extension beyond the normal practices shared in a regular business.
B2B-Ethical Issues

Ethical issues in the B2B sector play an important role when businesses are in existence for the long haul and try to generate a reputable industry and services to other businesses that require certain services or products. Typical issues can consist of accounting and financial standards, advertising deception, political contributions, competition versus cooperation, corporate governance, including hostile take-over, fiduciary responsibility, and shareholder rights issues. ...

B2B-Legal Issues

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