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Unformatted text preview: Connor Billing November 30, 2009 SHELL and the Environment 1. The key stakeholders in this case are the community, owners, consumers, and employees. The community is interested in making sure that the actions of the company that reside in their community are ethical and will not harm where they live. Especially in Nigeria where some guys was hanged because he spoke out against SHELL and the government reacted. The owners are interested in making money and making sure their company is liked by all. In this case the owners are left salvaging the pieces after their faux pax with human rights and the guy that hung himself. Also the Brent Spar fiasco hurt SHELLs image as well. The consumers are interested in this because they dont know if they want to buy gas and support a company that makes the decisions that SHELL had before they reformed. The employees also have an interest in this case because they want to know if they company they are working for really does believe in the stuff that it does. Also, they need to know if they have to they are working for really does believe in the stuff that it does....
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