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Solved: Ethical Culture, GM Case Study – General Motors Case study

Ethical Culture, GM Case Study Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation \ INTRODUCTION About 800, 000 of general motor’s cars had engine shut down due to failure of the ignition switches. It often occurred when the vehicles were in motion hence most accidents were caused resulting into several deaths. For years, general motors never discovered that the problem was with their ignition switches. A lot of funds were compensated for the deaths caused. Despite GM discovering the cause for the accidents caused were due to faulty ignition switches, the information was disclosed for about fifteen years. Research reveals that the cause for…

Solved: Magic Timber Case Study

Magic Timber Case Study Student Name Institutional Affiliation Course Due Date An Analysis of investment plan at Magical Timber and Steel. Introduction An organization must be reliable and of good performance. The performance of wood companies require labor, resources and the market to sell off their products. With the constant rise in technology, companies have adopted new ways of processing. This has been achieved through the introduction of new machinery. A company with better technology will obviously produce quality goods. The cost of using outdated machinery in the company has risen since the outdated machines have proved to be slow,…

Policy Briefing

Should it be mandated that children under the age of 18 receive routine immunization schedule as defined by Alberta Health 1.      Stakeholder Identification Good Public health is the most important aspect in life which must be greatly considered and therefore, the Alberta Health Services came up with a child immunization schedule. This schedule was meant to be one of the greatest health interventions that would ensure all children are prevented from contacting infectious diseases. Due to the importance of the immunization, it should be made mandatory for all children under the age of 18 to receive the routine immunization. There…

Accounting

 Sarbanes Oxley act is meant to reduce the degree of fraud by far in any organization through application of elements constituted in the act. In the case of Rite- Aid, corporate responsibility as highlighted in the act could have played a role in salvaging the company downfall. Corporate responsibility involves the senior executive of an organization taking individual responsibility for completeness and accuracy of the company financial report. The fall of Rite- Aid was preceded by series of unaccounted and unfair transactions, which clearly demonstrate lack of corporate responsibility among the CEO and other senior managements (En.wikipedia.org, 2019).  The other…