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Volkswagen Pollutes Its Reputation with Software to Cheat Emissions Testing 1Volkswagen Pollutes Its Reputation with Software to Cheat Emissions TestingAn ethical dilemma is actually raised due to Volkswagen emission cheating crisis, because only specific emissions controls were set in motion by programming turbo charged direct injection diesel engines willingly by Volkswagen. The vehicles emit up to 40 times more nitrogen oxide (NOx) when the cars were actually driven on the road, however, the clever programming caused the vehicle’s NOx output to meet U.S. standards during regulatory testing which helped Volkswagen to gain a green signal by deceiving. Volkswagen put this software in about 11 million cars worldwide, and in 500,000 in the United States, during model years 2009 through 2015. Stakeholders are any individual or entity who directly affected by a business certain decision.
Volkswagen Pollutes Its Reputation with Software to Cheat Emissions Testing 2Hence, according to the context the stakeholders includes the customers who purchased Volkswagen vehicles believing that the cars are eco-friendly, the general public who relied onhaving clean environment, the government officials who relied on false testing data and the shareholders of the company whose stock value fell after the deception come to light.