How did the environment of the American Fur Company change in the 1830s? What deep historical forces are implicated in these changes?
Answer to relevant QuestionsWhat were the impacts of the fur trade on society in major dimensions of the business environment, that is, economic, technological, cultural, governmental, legal, natural, and internal?With reference to the levels and spheres of corporate power discussed in the chapter, how did the power of Standard Oil change society? Was this power exercised in keeping with the social contract of Rockefeller’s era?What methods and arguments has KFC used to support its actions? Is it conducting the best defense?Was GE a more socially responsible corporation in the Welch era of the Immelt aftermath? In which era did it most benefit society? What lesson(s) can be learned from the differences? Did gender play any role in the fortunes of Fiorina and Dunn?
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