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The unconcerned or non-issue approach to dealing with or managing ethical conduct A. Is prevalent at companies whose executives subscribe to the vi...

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The unconcerned or non-issue approach to dealing with or managing ethical conduct

A.            Is prevalent at companies whose executives subscribe to the view that trying to enforce ethical standards above and beyond what is legally required is a non-issue because businesses are entitled to conduct their affairs in whatever manner they wish so long as they comply with the letter of what is legally required

B.            Is perfectly suited for ethically-principled companies where company personnel are highly accustomed to behaving in an ethical fashion (because at such companies, ethical behavior is mostly a non-issue)

C.            Is favored at companies whose managers fear scandal and are desirous of containing any adverse fallout from claims of unethical actions by company personnel

D.            Is favored at companies whose managers are moral and have ethically upstanding reputations

E.            Is appropriate for companies who have a deeply-planted ethical culture

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