Tag Archives: Business Ethics

Throwback


Upon reading through older blogs on “The Way Things Work: Organizations,” I came across one by Stephanie about¬†promoting products. In her blog, Stephanie talks about the effort that companies put forth in order to have their products shown in television … Continue reading

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Just Do It Already


It was 13 years ago when Phil Knight announced that Nike was going to require all of its contract factories to follow a more stringent set of labor practices.¬† These new standards included a higher minimum worker age, a lower … Continue reading

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Fail to develop Nigeria


The Nigerian government is so consumed with the exploration and production of oil it is forcing its country to fail in other developmental aspects. In order for an economy to grow it cannot only be reliant on one source of … Continue reading

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Where did Phil Knight go Wrong?


Phil Knight, the CEO of Nike created an incredible business plan for his company. He outsourced all his manufacturing, which intern lowered cost giving him more money and time to put into marketing, allowing him to find the best candidate … Continue reading

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