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ethically right in order to build success around around your area of interest. With that success comes the return on investment at those around you begin to success an invest more into you product or ideology. To further elaborate, we should pour our unconditional love into the body of Christ and those in which we come in contact. Through those actions, we will incur insurmountable blessings. References Spaeth, George. (2011). Enlightened self- interest. Retrieved from - com.ezproxy.liberty.edu/science/article/pii/S0008418211800025 Lawrence, A.T., & Weber, J. (2017). Business and society: Stakeholders, ethics, public policy . New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Education. Chick-fil-A Investing $14.65M in Employee Scholarships. (2019). Retrieved from Among QSRs, the big get bigger. (2019). Retrieved from Misra, P. (2019). Investing in Your Employees Is the Smartest Business Decision You Can Make. Retrieved from
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Response 2 Reco Foushee Competitive Intelligence Competitive intelligence is when companies gain knowledge of other companies plans, ideas, & decisions, and use it to their own companies’ advantage by making decisions based off of what they know about their competitors (Lawrence & Weber, 2017). The more you know about your competitor the better, when managers are aware, they are able to make better decisions (Lawrence & Webber, 2017). Paul Meade, vice president of Best Practices, advises that companies should use competitive intelligence to stay ahead of the game by using knowledge of what they know about other companies to their advantage (Lawrence & Weber, 2017). How it is related to public affairs is because companies also thrive of how they are seen publicly. If their image is bad people may not want to do business with then anymore. The widespread use of the internet had made it easier for companies to access data on other companies (Mergel, Rethemeyer, & Isett, 2016). Information that was once public is now really public because you used to have to do more work when seeking information such as traveling and spending money (Mergel, Rethemeyer, & Isett, 2016). But now you can find out things much faster on your smart device. Even though a business needs competitive intelligence to survive, they also must be ethical when conducting investigations (Lawrence & Weber, 2017). There should be a balance between seeking info about your competitor and not violating any laws or hurting them in an immoral way (Lawrence & Weber, 2017). Once example is the case against
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