Business Ethics Mistakes and Successes
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Description: The firm that ignores ethical issues does so at its own peril, given todays world of investigative reporters, a media that is quick to sensationalize and eager trial lawyers. This text explores companies that have made past mistakes, as well as the lessons they have learned.
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Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 10/4/2004
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.50" tall
|About the Author|
|Introduction and Perspective|
|Contemporary Violations of the Public Trust|
|MetLife: Deceptive Sales Tactics|
|Ford Explorers with Firestone Tires-A Killer Scenario|
|ADM: Price Fixing, Political Cronyism, and a Whistleblower|
|Al Dunlap Savages Scott Paper and Sunbeam|
|United Way: A CEO Batters a Giant Nonprofit|
|Tobacco: Long Callousness to Public Health|
|The Savings and Loan Disaster: Managements Repudiation of Responsibility|
|WorldCom/MCI: Massive Accounting Fraud|
|Classic Ethical Violations|
|General Motors' Corvair versus Ralph Nader: Triggering the Age of Consumerism|
|Union Carbide: Assaulting the Ohio Valley|
|Union Carbide's Bhopal Catastrophe|
|Nestle's Infant Formula: Pushing an Unsafe Product in Third-World Countries|
|The Dalkon Shield: Ignoring User Safety|
|Exxon's Alaskan Oil Spill: Environmental Destruction on a Giant Scale|
|ITT: Heavy-Handed Interference in a Foreign Government|
|Lockheed Corporation: Overseas Bribery Gone Rampant|
|General Dynamics. Fleecing U.S. Taxpayers|
|Questionable Ethical Conduct|
|Wal-Mart: A Big Bully?|
|Nike: Is Using Cheap Overseas Labor Ethical?|
|DaimlerChrysler: Flagrant Misrepresentation of a Merger|
|Paragons of Good Ethics Practices|
|Johnson and Johnson's Tylenol Scare-The Classic Example of Responsible Crisis Management|
|Herman Miller: Role Model in Employee and Environmental Relations|
|Conclusions: Lessons from the Past|