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Chi Hoang1. One of the first issuesI found to be ethically wrong was that Bryson Cable knowingly ignored the fact that a batch of their laminated cable was defected, and they had created this batch for an important customer who supported their sales. The second issueI noticed was that Harry Jackson continuously harassed, yelled and had an affair with one of the employees who happened to be a sales account manager. It is extremely unprofessional to be involved with someone in the company, and it demonstrates dictatorship which is unfair to the rest of the company. The third and last issuewas that Harry Jackson still continued to ignore the fact that there were defected samples and moved forward with distribution, so that the inspector Jane could discover the issue before he mentioned it. 2.Yes, it would be wrong for Bryson Cable to sell faulty cable to the customer. It jeopardizes customers’ safety, trust, and dignity for a company they fully trusted to produce quality material.