Recently Submitted Homework Problems: business

3293. Can you specify key considerations for your personal cash managements?(Answered)


3294. What do you think are the key ethical issues facing directors today?(Answered)


3906. 1.A common ethical dilemma faced by the management of General Business Corporation involves the effect that its decision will have on
a. one group as opposed to another.
b. the firm's competitors.
c. the government.
d. all of the above.

2. The managers of Beta, Inc., in marketing Beta's products, attempt to strike a balance between profitability and ethical responsibility. The profits that Beta realizes within these limits are
a. maximum.
b. minimum.
c. nonexistent.
d. optimum.

3. International Manufacturing Corporation’s side payments to government officials in exchange for favorable business contracts in foreign countries are considered, in the United States,
a. illegal and unethical.
b. illegal only.
c. neither illegal nor unethical.
d. unethical only.

4. To assist in detecting illegal bribes, Eagle, Inc., and all U.S. companies, must
a. conceal financial records that reveal past bribes.
b. keep records that “accurately and fairly” reflect financial activities.
c. make bribes through third parties rather than directly to officials.
d. permit payments to foreign officials that are unlawful in that country.
(Answered)


3906. 1.A common ethical dilemma faced by the management of General Business Corporation involves the effect that its decision will have on
a. one group as opposed to another.
b. the firm's competitors.
c. the government.
d. all of the above.

2. The managers of Beta, Inc., in marketing Beta's products, attempt to strike a balance between profitability and ethical responsibility. The profits that Beta realizes within these limits are
a. maximum.
b. minimum.
c. nonexistent.
d. optimum.

3. International Manufacturing Corporation’s side payments to government officials in exchange for favorable business contracts in foreign countries are considered, in the United States,
a. illegal and unethical.
b. illegal only.
c. neither illegal nor unethical.
d. unethical only.

4. To assist in detecting illegal bribes, Eagle, Inc., and all U.S. companies, must
a. conceal financial records that reveal past bribes.
b. keep records that “accurately and fairly” reflect financial activities.
c. make bribes through third parties rather than directly to officials.
d. permit payments to foreign officials that are unlawful in that country.
(Answered)


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