Business ethics courses taught in colleges and universities are sometimes thought to be primarily about making students more ethical. But this is typically not what business ethics faculty regard as their primary task. Rather, business ethics faculty typically regard their job as one of helping students to understand the complex ethical issues managers must confront, best practices with respect to ethical management, and sound public policy regarding the relationship of business to society. Identify five specific ethical issues that 21st century ethical managers must confront. Which of the ethical perspectives described in this chapter seems best suited to resolve such ethical issues? Why?