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  • Responsible Company
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    Ten Years after Exxon Valdez disaster CHENEGA BAY, Alaska The scientific debate continues over the environmental consequences of what happened just after midnight on Good Friday, March 24, 1989, when the grounded vessel leaked nearly 11 million gallons of North Slope crude. But the disaster's effects on people are clear - and dramatically mixed. Some communities and individuals have flourished. Others still suffer. Some may wither away. Alaska Native settlements, such as this tiny fishing villag...
  • Responsible Corporations Socially Responsible Companies
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    Socially Responsible Corporations Socially Responsible Companies are those that put the public interest as a priority in everything they do. These companies range anywhere from the food industry (Ben and Jerry's) to communications (Motorola). These companies are noted as philanthropists, and are the leading companies in their markets. They also, most of the time, have very loyal employees who love working at their companies. The leader in socially responsible companies is the Fannie Mae Foundati...
  • Responsibility Of The Implant Manufacturer
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    The Moral and Legal Obligations of Breast Implants I. Thesis In a world that revolves around impressions, many people that it is very important to look your best at all times. We are constantly seeing images of the perfect body. From Barbie to Baywatch, American women are constantly being shown images of girls with eighteen inch waists, thirty two inch hips and a D cup chest. Feeling as if they need to achieve this image to be attractive, women flock to the exercise gym in large numbers. They sp...
  • J's Action In The Tylenol Situation
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    Organizational or corporate social responsibility refers to the obligation of a business firm to seek actions that protect and improve the welfare of society along with its own interests. Corporate social responsibility often challenges businesses to be accountable for the consequences of their actions affecting the firm's stakeholders while they pursue traditional economic goals. The general public expects business to be socially responsible, and many companies have responded by making social g...
  • Avon's Commitment To Product Quality
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    Social Responsibility Avon's commitment to product quality, customer service and the needs and aspirations of women is reflected in the activities they carry out. Being a successful global company, Avon realizes that they have obligations to the society besides making a profit. By being socially responsible, they are constantly aware of how their actions influence the environment. These acts enhance the company's image that they are concerned about the welfare of the public, therefore attracting...
  • Their Contract With The Pacemaker Company
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    In this case, the moral issues involve the selling of transistors to a company responsible for the making of pacemakers known to cause deaths in people. Additionally, due to the inherent risk of human error associated with the lack of expert ability within the medical field, and considering that technology is still within its infancy, the procedure itself could prove fatal. Is it morally acceptable to sell to this company considering these circumstances? How many live's are at risk of fatality? ...

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