corporate philanthropy revist 10'25'11

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David Coffman Bus 101 HB 10/28/11 Corporate Philanthropy revisit The key stakeholders in this case are the communities, to be more specific the non-profit art organizations. Another key stakeholder in this case would be the owners because their margins are affected by how much money the businesses decide to invest in the arts. The owners are interested in the business using their money in a way they can benefit the most. They want the business to grow and continue to gain more profits. The communities are interested in receiving funds from the local business so they can keep running their art organizations. Some people might think that the interests of the owners and the communities might conflict. This is because the owners might not be happy that money from the business is used to fund local arts. People could argue that this could cut into the owner’s earnings. Others might argue that the business will actually grow from this relationship with the community because the community would also give back to the business.
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