Beech Nut Case

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Patrick Hill Mr. Rollins Business 101 8 February 2010 Beech Nut Case 1. The stake holders are Owners, Employees, Suppliers, Customers. 2. The stakes for the owners is the loss of money, the employees is a loss of job, and the customers’ is a reliable safe product. 3. The economical issues is money, the legal issues are regulatory and tort laws, the ethical issues are saying things that aren’t true, allowing false impressions, hiding/divulging
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Unformatted text preview: information, and violating rules. 4. Based on the case Beech-nut’s market share after this incident dropped dramatically. Their market share had shrunk to 0 because they went out of business. 5. LiCari was not overreacting because the company was false advertising. If I were in the same position I would have done the same thing, I would have dealt with it internally and if that didn’t work I would take it publically....
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