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DSST Business Ethics And Society

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1. What statement is FALSE?

2. Arable land is used for?

3. The Dukes vs. Walmart case involves which issue?

4. What is NOT a regulation for insiders trading stock?

5. Noisy withdrawal is?

6. What statement best describes the difference between corporate intelligence & corpirate espionage?

7. Why did Supreme Court rule in favor of Walmart in the case of Dukes vs Walmart?

8. Business with a mindset of the customer is always right often find themselves subject to more of which type of fraud?

9. The Alien Tort Claims Act?

10. What is NOT a conflict of interest?

11. What is NOT a type of discrimination investigated by the EEOC?

12. What does EEOC stand for?

13. What is NOT a way in which business's are regulated?

14. What is the stakeholder model of corporate governance?

15. Which act makes it illegal for US citizens to participate in bribes?

16. Implied falsity?

17. What is NOT an example of how corporate espionage can occur?

18. Hiring family members would be considered which type of conflict of interest?

19. Does the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act include grease payments?

20. the merger between Delta Air Lines & Northwest Airlines raised concerns about what?

21. What type of responsibility is the LEAST regulated?

22. What statement is FALSE about merger between Delta Air Lines & Northwest Airlines in 2008?

23. What describes a type of conflict of interest where a broker owns securities & spreads rumors about them to make the price go up - then sells them before the price goes back down?

24. What statement is FALSE?

25. OSHA was created to?

26. A conflict of interest?

27. The president of the co must decide whethere to continue to sell textbooks that he knows have incorrect information in them or not. Considered from standpoint of Kantian ethics the president would most likely?

28. What is true about spam?

29. What types of contributions to a political campaign have donations limits imposed by law?

30. What statement BEST describes attitudes toward outsourcing?

31. What is the purpose of the Kyoto Protocol?

32. What case established that is was how actions were interpreted that matter in sexual harassment cases?

33. What are conflict diamonds?

34. The Fair Labor Standards Act?

35. Considered from an ethical standpoint - MNCs should?

36. What is the four P's of advertising?

37. What is a standard that aides companies in improving their environmental practices?

38. What theiry claims that person should only act in their own best interst?

39. What aid employers in keeping information private?

40. What is NOT regulated by the FDA?

41. What statement is NOT true?

42. Oversight refers to?

43. What is NOT an agency responsible for protecting workers health?

44. What did the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act NOT do?

45. Command & control regulations?

46. What is NOT a right outlined in the Privacy Act of 1974?

47. The intent of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act was to?

48. What statement would be the most correct under a classical view of business?

49. A grease payment can also be called?

50. The purpose of the World Bank is?