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Running Head: TITLE McDonald’s: The New Big Tobacco Michael Travis South University Online Ethics in Organizations Professor Steven Wilder March 23, 2017
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HALLIBURTON’S SWOT McDonald’s: The New Big Tobacco The government places a focus on not advertising dangerous products to children. The government has disallowed any tobacco company from engaging in any advertising that could be enticing to children. The government does this because it considers tobacco to be a dangerous product. Realistically tobacco causes around 480,000 deaths each year according to the CDC (Tobacco Fact Sheet, n.d.). The issue I have with these regulations is that the government has chosen to not label certain food or food companies as dangerous products to children. There were around 610,000 deaths from heart disease related issues last year according to the CDC (Heart Disease Fact Sheet, n.d.). McDonald’s should not be allowed to advertise to children with any type of mascot as their product is dangerous to obesity and heart disease rates across the country.
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