1. How do you assess blame for the fraud? That is, to what extent was it caused by Finn’s willingness to go along with the actions of Monus? What about Shapira’s lax oversight. Should the blame all go to Monus? What role did Coopers & Lybrand play with respect to its professional judgment?
2. Assume Cherelstein decides to use Rest’s Model of Morality to reason out what the right thing to do is and how to carry out the action. Apply the logic of the model to Cherelstein’s decision-making process. What do you think he should do at this point and why?
3. What is the ethical message of Phar-Mor? That is, explain what you think is the “moral of the story.”