Question: How would you evaluate Astor in terms of his motive
How would you evaluate Astor in terms of his motive, his managerial ability, and his ethics? What lesson does his career teach about the relationship between virtue and success?
Relevant QuestionsHow did the environment of the American Fur Company change in the 1830s? What deep historical forces are implicated in these changes?Do one or more models of the business-government-society relationship discussed in Chapter 1 apply to the historical era set forth in this case? Which model or models have explanatory power and why?What are the basic criticisms that PETA makes of KFC? Are they convincing? Are its criticisms similar to timeless criticisms of business mentioned in the chapter?What are the pros and cons of ranking shareholders over employees and other stakeholders? Is it wrong to see employees as costs of production? Should GE have rebalanced its priorities?Was her punishment, including both imprisonment and fines, appropriate? Were the punishments of Peter Bacanovic and Douglas Faneuil appropriate?
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