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Unformatted text preview: Large Instutions are part of our lives Don’’t know what business is Just want to develop a consistent position (confusions are big problem) Bowie Carl Levitt • Bluffing is just the game (Company A) Friedman (B) Freeman (C) Main Difference • Paradoxical argument that if business wants to make most money, act completely ethically (If you actually try to get profits, you will make less) U.S.A. Permanent Advantage • Quality workforce • Who is going to pay for it? Not Government, but Corporations because its structure permits it to think in long term Social Responsibilities of Business to Stakeholders • More influence • Power • Reciprocal Consumers • Doing more for community Ethical Pluralism • Planned Parenthood Donation • Gives Procedural Solution: o Certain amount let stockholders decide o Community give money o Employees matching donations...
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This note was uploaded on 11/04/2010 for the course PHIL 106 taught by Professor Seltzer during the Spring '10 term at Penn State.
- Spring '10