Competition in Energy Drinks, Sport Drinks, and Vitamin-Enhanced Beverages

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Chapter 9 Quiz |

Question 1 | | 1 / 1 point |
Integrative social contracts theory maintains that
Question options: | there is no such thing as "moral free space"�all ethical standards are determined by societal norms, and individuals have an implied social contract to live up to these standards. | | few nations or cultures have common moral agreement on what is ethically right and wrong. | | there should be no absolute limits put on what actions and behaviors fall inside the boundaries of what is ethically or morally right and which actions/behaviors fall outside. | | "first-order" universal ethical norms take precedence over "second-order" local ethical norms. | | each country/culture/society has commonly held views
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| | deal chiefly with the behaviors that a company's board of directors expects of all company personnel in both their conduct on the job and their conduct off the job. | | involve the rules a company's top management and board of directors make about "what is right" and "what is wrong. " | | are not materially different from ethical principles in general. | | are generally less stringent than the ethical principles for society at large because it is well understood that businesses should not be expected to operate any differently from what the law requires of them. | Question 4 | | 1 / 1 point |
Good corporate citizens
Question options: | go beyond meeting society's expectations for ethical strategies and business behavior by fostering social benefit and balancing the interests of all. | | are active participants in the political process. | | identify up-and-coming managers who have a future in local- or state-level politics. | | create a democratic workplace whereby the voices of lower-level employees are heard through representation on the board of directors. | | All of these | Question 5 | | 1 / 1 point |
Which of the following is not generally on a company's menu of actions to consider in crafting a strategy of social responsibility?
Question options: | Actions to ensure that the company operates in an honorable and ethical manner | |

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