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75. In the "Giving Credit Where Credit Isn't Due"
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scenario, a research firm recommends that a catalog retailer of children's furnishings promote merchandise to low-income single parents, using credit tied to the customer's checking account and extremely high interest rates. The owner of the children's catalog business would likely reject this proposal if he or she considered the __________ test of ethical action. A. publi city B. moral mentor C. golden rule D. person in the mirror E. all of these 76. In the "Giving Credit Where Credit Isn't Due" scenario, a research firm recommends that a catalog retailer of children's furnishings promote merchandise to low-income single parents, using credit tied to the customer's checking account and extremely high interest rates. Which of the following ethical questions should the catalog company's marketing manager ask before making a decision? A. Would I like to be on the receiving end of this proposal? B. Would I like to see a story in my local paper about this s C. Would I want my parents to know about my using this s D. Will I be able to look myself in the mirror if I implement t E. All of these 77. In the "Jeweler's Tarnished Image" scenario, Mrs. Billing, the owner, learns that her new jewelry party sales representative, Barb Stephens, is deceiving customers into buying the jewelry by claiming that Mrs. Billing is a widow whose husband was killed on a missionary trip. Mrs. Billing fires the sales rep, recognizing the __________ test of ethical action.
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78. In the "Jeweler's Tarnished Image" scenario, Mrs. Billing, the owner, learns that her new jewelry party sales representative, Barb Stephens, is deceiving customers into buying the jewelry by claiming that Mrs. Billing is a widow whose husband was killed on a missionary trip. Mrs. Billing fires the sales rep and sends a letter to all customers who purchased her company's jewelry from Ms Stephens. Mrs. Billing's response was probably most influenced by the ethical question of: A. Am I justified in terminating Barb Stephens? B. Would I mind seeing a story in my local paper about my C. Would I want my parents to know that I terminated an u D. Will I be able to look myself in the mirror if I do not imple E. all of these 79. In the "No Wonder It's So Good" scenario, the marketing manager learns her company's cola product contains a small amount of alcohol, although it is not listed on the ingredients. The company is not required to list the alcohol because it is such a small amount. The marketing manager is concerned about the impact of this omission, if it becomes widely known. This raises the __________ test of ethical action. 80. In the "Bright Baby's Bright Idea" scenario, the CEO agreed to recommend that the company repackage and sell car seats in Mexico that had been recalled by the Consumer Product Safety Commission in the USA. This will not violate Mexican law, since the safety standards for car
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  • Fall '12
  • Chris
  • Ethics , Corporate social responsibility

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