select one of the breaches listed in the Business Insider Biggest Hacks article

QUESTION 1 Environmental Issues

The text, Business Ethics, Chapter 14 provides several models and frameworks for a business approach to the environment and sustainability including;

  • accelerate      and innovate
  • monetize      and count
  • express      corporate responsibility

Using the perspective of a business owner of a mid-size manufacturer, select the approach/approaches you would recommend for this company (mid-size manufacturer).  Support the selection by explaining the approach, describing which of the five (5) environmental positions you espouse, and how the approach and positions relate to key ethical theories we have studied.

QUESTION 2  Data Security

For this question, please select one of the breaches listed in the Business Insider Biggest Hacks article, research it (beyond the Business Insider article), and prepare your response to the following questions.

Business Insider Biggest Data Hacks of 2020

https://nordvpnteams.com/blog/10-highest-profile-data-breaches-of-2020/

  1. Discuss      the nature of the breach in terms of WHO was harmed.  Use      a stakeholder orientation as we studied to evaluate the harmed.
  2. Define      and explain the overarching ethical issues demonstrated by the data      breaches.  Refer to our course text to define the issues. Explain      how such breaches prevail?
  3. Discuss      the level of governance that you espouse for the industry?  Be sure      to support your position with information from our course      learning and other well researched reliable sources.

QUESTION 3  Government Regulation

You may use resources outside of the classroom for this question.

The two (2) crashes of Boeing Airlines’ 737 Max 8 present an opportunity for examining the interaction of regulators (Government), industry and society.  The ongoing examination of the crashes include investigation of the Boeing/FAA relationship and the role of regulators including whether the airline manufacturing industry can / should self-govern.  The following articles provide background information on the Boeing Airlines case.

How Did the F.A.A. Allow the Boeing 737 Max to Fly? | The New Yorker www.newyorker.com Retrieve April 17 from: https://www.newyorker.com/news/our-columnists/how-did-the-faa-allow-the-boeing-737-max-to-fly

Boeing’s Not Alone In Companies That Government Agencies Have Let Self-Regulate | NPR Heard on All Things Considered  Retrieved May 20 from: https://www.npr.org/2019/04/02/709203191/boeings-not-alone-in-companies-that-government-agencies-have-let-self-regulate

For this question, you will consider the relationship of Government, Business and Society and specifically the concept of Government Regulation of Business, using the Boeing case presented as an example.  SELECT A POSITION ON THE REGULATION CONTINUUM AS DEMONSTRATED BELOW.

Continuum

  1. Define      and discuss the type of regulation espoused using concepts from      the eBook and examples from the case to support your      recommendations. When referring to a concept, you must include the      definition from the eBook to establish its meaning.
  2. Applying      the regulation continuum selection and reasoning as a guide, answer the      following specific questions.
    • Explain       the arguments for and against airline manufacturers being allowed to       self-regulate airplane’s safety testing and features? Which arguments       support your position on the continuum?
    • Explain       the arguments for privately owned companies being allowed to lobby       against safety regulations? Which arguments support your position on the       continuum?
    • What       examples, beyond Boeing support your selection and recommendations?        Be specific.

    You may use resources outside the classroom for this question.

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