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BUS 309 Quiz 9 New Work

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BUS 309 Quiz 9 New Work
 
1. A "trade secret"
2. Whistle-blowers are only human beings, not saints, and they sometimes have their own
3. Whistle-blowing involves exposing activities that are
4. Insider trading is
5. In determining the morality of giving and receiving gifts in a business situation, which of the following factors is MOST relevant?
6. U.S. companies have a history of paying off foreign officials for business favors. Such acts were declared illegal by
7. Experimental studies suggest that when informed that the advice they’re receiving may be biased because of a conflict of interest,
8. Inside traders ordinarily defend their actions by claiming that they don’t injure
9. To resolve difficult moral dilemmas, the better we understand the exact ramifications of the alternatives—the more likely we are
10. The Donald Wohlgemuth case shows that
11. Shaw and Barry mention three arguments for legally protecting trade secrets. Which of these is one of them?
12. The use of one’s official position for what always raises moral concerns and questions?
13. Conflicts of interest may exist when employees have financial investments
14. In the 1997 case of U.S. v. Hagan, the Supreme Court found that Hagan
15. The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA)

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