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39. Many executives and corporate boards of directors do not perceive social responsibility as part of their mission or responsibility. These business leaders consider corporate social responsibility to be: A. a basic requirement of any business. B. the equivalent of the AMA ethical value, "Do no harm." C. the key to operational effectiveness. D. a component of basic business ethics. E. beyond the norms of corporate ethical behavior. 40. Being socially responsible is generally
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considered: 41. For his class in ethics, Isaac examined the practices of a number of nationally focused and international firms to determine how ethics and corporate social responsibility were being practiced. He found: 42. Ironically, while the leaders of Enron Corporation were manipulating the company's finances for their personal benefit, the company was a major donor to Houston area charities. Enron had unethical business practices but was also: 43. The Ethical Decision Making Framework includes all of the following steps EXCEPT: A. identify issues.
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B. promote the firm's corporate social responsibility efforts C. gather information and identify stakeholders. D. brainstorm and evaluate alternatives. E. choose a course of action. 44. Garrett has just purchased a beer distributorship. He wants to increase the visibility of his firm in local markets, but he knows there are a number of regulations and socially accepted practices associated with promoting alcoholic beverages. According to the Framework for Ethical Decision Making, the first thing Garrett should do is to:
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