BUS 101 Nike Case

BUS 101 Nike Case - Stockholders, as always, are primary...

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Stockholders, as always, are primary stakeholders in this case because it would seem that they stand to make a lot of profit. The case would seem to lead on in such a way that it is assumed that employees are the other major stakeholders but I believe this to be wrong. Nike employees are not involved in any way and have absolutely no primary stake in this case. This case is about suppliers. Downstream consumers/interest groups are also primary stakeholders in this case because they disapprove of the upstream suppliers. Consumers are interested in the working conditions of the suppliers, but because they are downstream, Nike is the only component they could possibly affect. This case is about suppliers and whether or not (suppliers being a firm in their own right) their stakeholders are also stake holders in the firm (Nike in this case). While I do see a loose second hand stake in the Nike, the employees of the suppliers are not direct stakeholders of Nike and therefore have little or no voice in the decision making process of Nike. This also leads to a
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