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Q: In order to compete effectively, many companies have taken proactive steps to hire and nurture people from a broad range of backgrounds. This is an example of which business
environment? Answer technological social global competitive
A: Deriving Business Ethics from General Moral Obligations. The third approach to business ethics is that morality must be introduced as a factor that is external from both the profit motive and the law. [ This is the approach taken by most philosophers who write on business ethics, and is expressed most clearly in the following from a well known business ethics essay ]
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[object Object]User: In order to compete effectively, many companies have taken proactive steps to hire and nurture people from a broad range of backgrounds. This is an example of which business environment? Answer technological social global competitive

Weegy: Deriving Business Ethics from General Moral Obligations. The third approach to business ethics is that morality must be introduced as a factor that is external from both the profit motive and the law. [ This is the approach taken by most philosophers who write on business ethics, and is expressed most clearly in the following from a well known business ethics essay ]
darlingpanda21|Points 30|

User: In order to compete effectively, many companies have taken proactive steps to hire and nurture people from a broad range of backgrounds. This is an example of which business environment?

Weegy: Deriving Business Ethics from General Moral Obligations. The third approach to business ethics is that morality must be introduced as a factor that is external from both the profit motive and the law. [ This is the approach taken by most philosophers who write on business ethics, and is expressed most clearly in the following from a well known business ethics essay ]
darlingpanda21|Points 30|

User: It was during this era that many businesses began to dominate their markets, forcing out competitors, manipulating prices, and exploiting workers, which lead the government to pass laws regulating business.

Weegy: Industrial Revolution
hatuti|Points 354|

User: A key advantage of a corporation is that Answer the owners maintain limited liability. it is easy to form this type of business. the owners maintain unlimited liability. the business is considered an extension of the owner.

Weegy: A key advantage of a corporation is the owners maintain limited liability.
Expert answered|zuri|Points 202|

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