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Gary Watson, a graduating business student at a small college, is currently interviewing for a job. Gary was invited by both Tilly Manufacturing Co. and Watson Supply Company to travel to a nearby city for an interview. Both companies have offered to pay Gary’s expenses. His total expenses for the trip were $96 for mileage on his car and $45 for meals. As he prepares the letters requesting reimbursement, he is considering asking for the total amount of the expenses from both employers. His rationale is that if he had taken separate trips, each employer would have had to pay that amount.
a. Who are the parties that are directly affected by this ethical dilemma?
b. Are the other students at the college potentially affected by Gary’s decision? Explain.
c. Are the professors at the college potentially affected by Gary’s decision? Explain.
d. What would you do in this situation?
e. What would you do if both companies mailed you $141 for your expenses with no action on your part?



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