Do you see the utilization of computers and the subsequent increase in gathering of
information as a primarily good or bad development? Defend your position by appealing to
Utilitarian or Kantian arguments.
The Internet offers access to information and id
Werhane and Radin contend that EAW is violations of the respect employees are due as
persons. However, if employees voluntarily accept the terms of their employment, including
being at will employees, is it proper to say that they are not provided the res
Do you believe that there is a moral distinction between copying a CD for a friend and
offering it for all to download through a service such as Napster? Is either practice morally
justified? Why or why not?
Sharing music via the Internet is one of the mo
Werhane and Radin contend that EAW is violations of the respect employees are due as persons.
However, if employees voluntarily accept the terms of their employment, including being at will
employees, is it proper to say that they are not provided the res
Business ethics courses taught in colleges and universities are sometimes thought to be primarily
about making students more ethical. However, this is typically, not what business ethics regards as
their primary task. Rather, business ethics faculty typic
History of Toshiba
Toshiba is a company that has been known for years as one of the top
producer of quality technological communication systems.
They are also known for providing medical equipment, electric
Mary works at Acme, Inc. The company is heavily regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency
(EPA) and it has an audit scheduled for next week. Marys boss approached her and requested that
she not tell anyone about the recent toxic waste spill that ha
Research a company that has been in the news due to legal problems. Clearly define and evaluate
three legal concepts that apply to the company. Identify the ethical dilemma and evaluate the ethical
framework that applied to management's decisions. Evaluat