FordFirestone - Connor Billing September 30, 2009 Dr....

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Connor Billing September 30, 2009 Dr. Luzadis BUS 101C Ford/Firestone 1. The key stakeholders in this case are the suppliers, owners, and customers. For the most part the consumers aren’t that involved except for the fact that they instituted the suit. After this, it is the owners and suppliers that are really the two key stakeholders involved in this case. 2. The interests of the key stakeholders vary greatly. The consumers want to be compensated for the losses they suffered from the faulty tires and/or cars. Other than this compensation they also want to be assured that they do not need to worry about the quality of car and tire that they buy from both Firestone and Ford. The suppliers are interested in proving that it wasn’t really their fault that all these accidents happened. If it is proven that it is their product that caused all the trouble their reputation would be ruined for forever and the company would essentially go bankrupt. It is also possible that would want to lose as little money as possible through the
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