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Secondary stakeholders are important to a company because ____. A.the company depends on them for long-term survival B.they can affect public perceptions and opinions C.the company is endangered by a
termination of their relationship D.they have the direct power to control management decisions E.they create an awareness of overt organizational integrity
E.they create an awareness of overt organizational integrity
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