Divide into two groups and prepare arguments for and against the following behavior: You work in the accounting department of a family-owned mushroom grower based in California that sells premium organic mushrooms to local restaurants and high-end retail grocery stores. The company’s product range includes both fresh and dried mushrooms. Your organic certification allows you to charge top dollar for your product, but you notice from invoices that operating costs are increasing significantly without any increase in revenues. The market won’t absorb a price increase, so the company has to absorb the higher costs and accept lower profits. One day you notice invoices for the purchase of dried mushrooms from a Japanese supplier. The dried mushrooms are not listed as being organic, but they are apparently being added to your company’s dried mushrooms, which are labeled organic and California-grown. Should you speak out about this?
Answer to relevant Questions1. Birkenfeld is adamant that his prison sentence is unfair when compared to the fact that no one else (e.g., Olenicoff or UBS bankers) went to jail. Does he have a point?2. Why did UBS elect to settle with the U.S. ...What would you do if someone sent you an e-mail at work that you found offensive? Would you just delete it or say something to that person?Divide into two groups and prepare arguments for and against the following behavior: Your Company has a clearly stated employee surveillance policy that stipulates that anything an employee does on a company owned computer ...How would the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) that we reviewed in Chapter 6 come into play here?1. Identify three factors that are driving pharmaceutical companies to host clinical drug trials overseas.2. What regulations are in place to oversee the professional and ethical management of these trials?3. If patients ...
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