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As early as 1969, it was recognized that: A. corporations’ actions do not impact their external environment. B. corporations do not operate in an isolated environment. C. corporations can actually
increase their profits by being socially responsible. D. corporations have a responsibility to shareholders before stakeholders.
C. corporations can actually increase their profits by being socially responsible.
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User: As early as 1969, it was recognized that: A. corporations’ actions do not impact their external environment. B. corporations do not operate in an isolated environment. C. corporations can actually increase their profits by being socially responsible. D. corporations have a responsibility to shareholders before stakeholders.

Weegy: C. corporations can actually increase their profits by being socially responsible.
Expert answered|iLoveVerlynne|Points 49|

User: By recognizing ______ rather than ______, corporations must maintain a long-term perspective than just the delivery of quarterly earnings numbers. A. stakeholders; shareholders B. customers; investors C. community partners; shareholders D. shareholders; stakeholders

Weegy: B. customers; investors
Expert answered|iLoveVerlynne|Points 49|

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