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88) Organized retail crime is facilitated by ________ who sell stolen merchandise to consumers.A) divertersB) sweetheartsC) boostersD) fencersE) profilersAnswer: DDifficulty: ModerateLO: 12.5: Understand the problems retailers face with unethical behavior by consumers and employeesAACSB: Ethical understanding and reasoning89) Josh purchased a new tie from an upscale men's clothing store to impress the managers he would meet at an important job interview. The day after the job interview, Josh returned the tie tothe store for a full refund. This is an example of ________.90) The fair trade designation means that a producer has agreed to pay its employees the prevailing minimum wage.91) Failing to provide equal access to customers who appear economically disadvantaged is both unethical and illegal.
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92) In organized retail crime, boosters steal merchandise and diverters sell the merchandise back to retailers.93) Describe the practice of retail borrowing and explain why it is unethical.94) ________ are acts, efforts, or performances exchanged from producer to user without ownership rights.
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