Question: Corporate leaders are responsible for setting the firm s strategies to

Corporate leaders are responsible for setting the firm’s strategies to gain and sustain a competitive advantage. Should managers be only concerned about the company’s financial performance? What responsibility do company managers have for other consequences of their strategies? For example, should Walmart try to mitigate the negative impact its arrival in communities can have on small locally owned stores? Should Apple be concerned about the working conditions at Foxconn (the company that manufactures Apple’s devices such as the iPhone and the iPad in China)? Why or why not? Explain.

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