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Unformatted text preview: diminishing its contract with Flagler. Since there was no legitimate contract Flagler does have the right to do whatever they want with the footage that they are in possession of. Wal-Mart doesnt own any of it so there isnt any reason on why they should control it. While selling the footage to the highest bidder is legal, it isnt the ethical way to do. Wal-Mart trusted this company and gave it very good business for years. Flagler owes Wal-Mart more than the embarrassment that these tapes brought the company. Selling the unaired Wal-Mart footage was bad business and will end up in Wal-Mart employees being embarrassed and hurt. It doesnt say anywhere in the case that Wal-Mart was warned that this footage would go up for sale to other parties, they should have been informed when Flagler offered to sell the rights to them....
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This note was uploaded on 01/27/2012 for the course MGT 291 taught by Professor Maryj.squance during the Spring '08 term at Miami University.
- Spring '08