Nike Case - how much money they will make if they increase...

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Dan Croghan Bus 101 02/13/2011 Nike Case This case was about Nike and the working conditions of the factories that produce their products. Some people said that their products were made in “sweatshops” where the workers were underpaid, under aged, and over worked. Nike tried to dismiss the claims by revealing that they actually paid their workers either at or usually above the minimum wage of the country. This didn’t satisfy some people who wanted their wages to be living wages, which Nike didn’t agree to do. Because of this being brought to light Nike has worked on its factories working conditions, management and the age of workers to help its image. The stakeholders are: the owners of Nike who are concerned with the economic perspective of
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Unformatted text preview: how much money they will make if they increase wage and working conditions, the customers who are concerned with an economic perspective of how much their shoes will cost and an ethical perspective at how the shoes are made, the community (America) has the same ethical perspective as the customer. I don’t think Nike necessarily did anything wrong. From the case Nike seemed to have better wages and working conditions than many industries already in these countries. Could they have been doing things better? Yes, but they have, or seemed to have changed a lot for the better....
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