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In Unit 1, you have two Assignments to complete. These Assignments
will help you to apply the concepts you have learned from the Reading
and prepare you for similar ethical scenarios you may face in the real
world. Your responses should include knowledge gained from the readings.Assignment 1: Textbook Ethics CasesRead the ethics cases listed below and answer the questions associated with each.Ethics case 1: Nestle-Read the ethics case, Nestle Bottles Water in a California Drought, on pp. 49–50 of your text and answer the following questions (approximately one paragraph per answer):In your opinion, is Nestle’s action of draining the groundwater in the Canyon spring during a drought ethical or unethical?
Does Nestle have an ethical obligation to disclose proprietary
information, such as the amount of groundwater extracted and the water
levels in Millard Canyon spring? Or does Nestle have the right to
privacy and therefore need not disclose water consumption information?
Ethics case 2: General Motors Ignores Obvious Ignition FaultsRead the ethics case, General Motors Ignores Obvious Ignition Faults, on pp. 140-142 of your text and answer the following questions (approximately one paragraph per answer):What are the reasons behind GM’s lack of action on suspicions that their ignition switches were faulty?
Should any GM personnel go to jail over the ignition switch failures? If so, who?
Should a company be able to escape liability for harming individuals by declaring bankruptcy?
Brooks, L. J., & Dunn, P. (2018). Business and professional ethics for directors, executives & accountants (8th ed.). Cengage Learning. Please find the rubics instructions
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