Table of contents:
Chapter 1 The Foundation of Ethical Thought
Chapter 2 Contemporary Issues in Business Ethics
Chapter 3 Stakeholders and Corporate Social Responsibility
Chapter 4 Corporate Governance and Corporate Compliance
Chapter 5 Ethics and the Environment
Chapter 6 Health Care Ethics
Chapter 7 Ethics and Information Technology
Chapter 8 Strategic Planning and Corporate Culture
Chapter 9 Ethics and Financial Reporting
Chapter 10 Establishing a Code of Ethics and Ethical Guidelines
Chapter 11 Evaluating Corporate Ethics
Case 1: Adelphia: What’s Wrong With This Picture?
Case 2: Ahold: Is That The Dutch Translation of Enron?
Case 3: Blue Bayou
Case 4: Boeing: How Low Can They Fly?
Case 5: Bre-X: All That Glitters Isn’t Gold
Case 6: Conrad Black and Hollinger International: All the News That’s Fit to Sell
Case 7: Enron: Were They The Crookedest Guys in the Room?
Case 8: Google: Don’t Do Evil Unless…
Case 9: HealthSouth: The Rise and Fall of the Scrushy Empire
Case 10: Herman Miller: Eddie Get Off That Chair
Case 11: Interface: More Than Just a Carpet Company
Case 12: Livedoor: Ethical Issues in Japan
Case 13: Lucent Technologies: What Does FCPA Mean Again?
Case 14: Martha Stewart and ImClone: What Color Goes with Prison Gray?
Case 15: McWane: A Dangerous Business
Case 16: Merck’s Vioxx: How Would You Interpret the Data?
Case 17: Music Industry: Ethical Issues In a Digital Age
Case 18: Parmalat: Can You Sue Over Spilled Milk?
Case 19: Perfect Payday: How Apple Computer And Others Have Learned to Love Stock Options
Case 20: Tyco: I’m Sure That It’s A Really Nice Shower Curtain
Case 21: Volkswagen: Herbie Takes Investors for a Ride
Case 22: Wal-Mart: But We Do Give Them A 10% Employee Discount
Case 23: WorldCom: Can You Hear The Lawsuits Now?