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Moral relativism adopts the position that: (Points : 1) morality is grounded in universal truths. morality is determined by majority vote. morality is impossible and thus should be ignored. morality is determined by individuals and communities.
Weegy: Moral relativism adopts the position that morality is determined by individuals and communities. User: 2. Corporations may sometimes have trouble reconciling: (Points : 1) profits and social responsibility. social responsibility and ethics. ethical values and morality. profits and shareholder dividends. Weegy: Corporations may sometimes have trouble reconciling: profits and shareholder dividends. User: 3. Welfare Capitalism might include which of the following social benefits? (Points : 1) Government ownership of private property Government mandated health care Government mandated Casual Fridays Government ownership of the media Weegy: Welfare Capitalism might include Government mandated health care. User: 4. John Stuart Mill might defend laws against driving while intoxicated by appealing to the: (Points : 1) harm principle. egoism principle. duty principle. divine principle. Weegy: ohn Stuart Mill might defend laws against driving while intoxicated by appealing to the duty principle. User: 5. The economist Milton Friedman argues that the fundamental responsibility of a corporation is to: (Points : 1) show corporate responsibility to the community. break the law if necessary for turning a profit. make as much money as possible for stockholders. make sure the stockholders don't go into debt. Weegy: The answer is make as much money as possible for stockholders. The economist Milton Friedman argues that the fundamental responsibility of a corporation is to make as much money as possible for [ stockholders. ] User: 6. Widgets Are Us and Just Widgets each have a 50% share of the widget market. Together, these two form a/an: (Points : 1) monopoly. monopsony. oligopoly. oligarchy. Weegy: Widgets Are Us and Just Widgets each have a 50% share of the widget market. Together, these two form a/an: ... (More)
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After reading through Chapter 1, the 3 ethical philosophies I encountered were
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Analyze three of the punishments that corporations undergo when they have acted unethically (i.e., name them, define them, explain what they are).
Weegy: The three of the punishments that corporations undergo when they have acted unethically are ; 1. Fines. This type of punishment is the most common. It is when a corporation breaks the law or an offense. [ It is then charged an amount of money that can be crippling as to serve a purpose to not do it again. When a corporation undergoes this type of punishment it serves a purpose to deter the company from acting unethically, but can also have several side effects. 2. Equity fine. This is fairly similar to the normal fine except it is share sof the company in question. It serves it purpose to give away market value which can be much more valuable then money. This in itself acts as a huge deterrent. This form of corporate punishment is not yet practiced in the United States, but the Scottish parliament has been debating legislation allowing equity fines. 3. Corporate Shaming. This type of punishment can be very severe. It is when a governing body requires the company in question to make a very public, embarrassing announcement. This can be extremely disastrous for not only the company but innocent workers. By doing this it will deter fellow companies that do not wish to lose reputation then eventually profits and revenue. ] (More)
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