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16.Eve, the chief executive officer of Federated Corporation (FC), wants to ensure that FC’s activities are legal and ethical. The best course of Eve and FC is to act in a.good faith.b.ignorance of the law.c.regard for the firm’s shareholders only.d.their own self interest. 17.In business negotiations, Beth, the chief executive officer of Design Associates, Inc., follows “The Golden Rule,” which 18.Matt, vice-president of sales for National Resources, Inc., adheres to religious ethical standards. Their application involves an element of 19.Kit follows certain religious principles. With respect to the behavior of Kit and other adherents of her religion, its principles are most likely 20. Kent, an accountant for Engineering Associates, Inc., attempts to apply the duty approach to ethical reasoning in conflicts that occur on the job. This approach is based on the idea that a person must
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a.achieve the greatest good for the most people.b.avoid unethical behavior regardless of the consequences.c.conform to society’s ethical standards.d.place his or her employer’s interest first. 21.Tina, the chief financial officer for USA Products Corporation, attempts to apply Christian precepts in making ethical decisions and in doing business. In applying duty-based ethical standards that are derived from a religious source, Tina would consider the motive behind an act to be 22.World Distribution Corporation suggests that its employees apply the “categorical imperative” to ethical issues that arise at work. This requires that the employees

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