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    that determines right from wrong by focusing on the end outcomes (O’Brien). Greek philosophers defined what is ethical as that which creates the greatest balance of pleasure over pain, in other words the greatest good for the greatest number. In business, utilitarianism is usually the most frequent approach to moral reasoning because of the way it considers for cost. Utilitarianism only considers the consequences of an action and in this case utilitarianism considers Apple to be unethical. The…

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    Decisions: For a quick recap on the potential business ethics and regulatory issues facing SOBI in this venture to expand their business, the issues were strict ethical guidelines on sales and stringent regulations placed out by the FDA. When it comes to these two distinct hurdles SOBI most definitely has plans in place. Let 's us take a look at each hurdle. Business ethical guidelines on sales: The strict guidelines on sales has been defined as on sales. "The Pharmaceutical Research and…

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    According to the law “the Advertising Principles of American Business state that advertising containing testimonials shall be limited to those of competent witnesses who are reflecting a real and honest opinion or experience.” So, Lance opinion is not truly honest because by the time of the commercial he is a vegetarian…

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    BUSINESS ETHICS Topic: DIVERSITY ISSUES Final Case Study: I have chosen my case study as Diversity issues, the world is full of diverse, rich and full of interesting people and their cultures, here they should be treated with respect and have large scope to learn about different things. An ethical response to diversity begins with working in a different environment with people following different religions, cultures and able to enjoy the workplace that values their contributions…

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    Ethical Egoist: Ethical Egoists tend to divide the world into two categories: oneself and everyone else; emphasizing the interests of the first group over the second. However, Ethical Egoists don’t simply act on desire, but rather on what kind of desire one wishes to pursue. In the passage provided we accepted the responsibility of delivering the contents of the case to her nephew living in another state not because it is in our best interest to do so, but because doing so promotes the…

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    I think Alan Greenspan’s commencement speech was realistic about the possibility of business ethics. He talked about how some people look to take shortcuts to be successful in life, whether they’re in or out of the workplace. According to Alan Greenspan, he has seen people have success by taking shortcuts and exploiting people during their daily lives and in the workplace. This proves that Greenspan recognizes that people pursue this strategy and have succeeded in life. Even though people have…

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    Ethics is a very complicated matter because it is very diverse. It can come from many forms like religious belief and culture. This is evident in the guidelines that prompt our everyday lives like the rules that we might follow at church, at home, or in our day to day lives. It can also be heavily ruled by personal experiences. The many environmental and social factors can influence a person to believe the way they do. It can be something as simple as how someone was brought up but can differ…

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    Ethics within business are important because they reflect the overall values of the company and the individual. I acquired ethics in my life through my childhood, sports as well as through family and religion. Leadership, morality, and a deep care for others are among the most important ethics that have helped shape me. Success in business is no longer simply achieved through profits; rather an ethical practice, and ethical employees drive success on a much more meaningful and impactful way.…

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    change and so its effect. Other ethics that could be applied are duty based ethics, outcome based ethics, religious ethical standards, and Kantian ethics. These many ethical principals offer many ways in which to interpret a choice made by someone and so offer many ways of understanding. The main ethical principals in this case are egoism, utilitarianism, Virtue and Deontology. The other ones that could be added for good support would be Kantian ethics and duty based ethics. Egoism is just…

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    The 23andMe mission is to help people access, understand, and benefit from the human genome (“Our Mission,” n.d.). However, the Food and Drug Administration’s concerns regarding our at-home genetic reports could jeopardize the company’s ability to fulfill this mission. There are limited options in resolving this matter; we can meet regulatory standards and earn FDA approval, completely abandon the at-home reports and seek another way to fulfill the 23andMe mission, or continue to provide these…

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