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Week 1 Assignment - Ethics in Business 1 Christina M....

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Ethics in Business 1 Christina M. Jewell April 30, 2011 Ethics in Business ACC-350 Managerial Accounting Instructor Jerrianne Miller
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Ethics in Business 2 PROBLEM 1–4 Ethics and the Manager [LO3] Richmond, Inc., operates a chain of 44 department stores. Two years ago, the board of directors of Richmond approved a large-scale remodeling of its stores to attract a more upscale clientele. Before finalizing these plans, two stores were remodeled as a test. Linda Perlman, assistant controller, was asked to oversee the financial reporting for these test stores, and she and other management personnel were offered bonuses based on the sales growth and profitability of these stores. While completing the financial reports, Perlman discovered a sizable inventory of outdated goods that should have been discounted for sale or returned to the manufacturer. She discussed the situation with her management colleagues; the consensus was to ignore reporting this inventory as obsolete because reporting it would diminish the financial results and their bonuses. 1. According to the IMA’s Statement of Ethical Professional Practice, would it be ethical for Perlman not to report the inventory as obsolete? According to our textbook (Garrison, Noreen & Brewer, 2010), the IMA’s
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