GE Toxic Clean Up

GE Toxic Clean Up - Hale Scheckelhoff Bus 101 GE Toxic...

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Hale Scheckelhoff Bus 101 GE Toxic Clean Up 1. Summarize who the stakeholders are and what their interests are in the case from GE's perspective. The stakeholders in this case include: owners, society, and employees. The owners include the owners of the GE company and the past CEO of the GE company when the dumpings occurred. Employees include the engineers and the employee who supposedly consumed the carcinogenic sludge. The main stakeholder in this case is society as the EPA is trying to protect society by cleaning the river as traces of cancer have been linked to the polluted river. Owners are worried about profits and little amounts of money to pay for the cleaning up the river and maintaining respect. Employees hope to keep their jobs and not be tried for illegal actions of the pollution. Society’s main stake is their health and safety. 2. Are the stakeholders' interests in conflict? If so, how?
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This note was uploaded on 01/23/2012 for the course BUS 101 taught by Professor Rollins during the Fall '08 term at Miami University.

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