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consulting revenues and is clearly your most important client. The CEO
has called to ask you to commit a significant amount of time over the
next couple of months to assist with a large merger project. The
company is merging with a large conglomerate whose primary business
is the sale and distribution of tobacco products. The CEO is relying on
you to assist in facilitating a smooth integration of the two companies.
You promised yourself that because your father died of lung cancer, you
would never work for a tobacco company. Is there a way that you can
accept the consulting assignment and still keep your promise to
yourself? How will you handle this dilemma if you decide that you
cannot work for the tobacco company?...
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This note was uploaded on 10/23/2013 for the course BAP 11 taught by Professor John during the Three '12 term at Federation University.
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