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Do corporations have any responsibilities to society at large? Is stock price maximization good or bad for society? Discuss why firms should behave ethically. Define "ethically."( this is not an assignment) I need at least 300 words

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do corporations have any responsibilities to society at large? Is stock price maximization good or bad for society? Discuss why firms should behave ethically. Define "ethically."

Corporations have a responsibility to conduct their operations in a sustainable and ethical manner that respects the environment, citizens, and the global marketplace. This is even more evident within the 21st century as the marketplace has necessitated the adoption of green ...

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Ethically behaving corporations responsibilities to society at large is discussed.

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