In the case of Ace Fertilizer Company, Assistant Director of Manufacturing , Abby Conroy is faced with an ethical issue that was presented to her by boss George Smilee who is the Director of Manufacturing. Ace Fertilizer’s business is to produce lawn & gardening fertilizer, and the company is known for delivering the highest quality special order products. The fact that they can deliver on time with top quality is what helps to drive their business. They use a consistent mark up on special orders at an 80% mark up over the cost of the orders. Abby prefers to allocate indirect cost using activity-based costing for these orders, but recognizes that not all costs are driven by volume of output. Abby prepares a
The banking controversy of the 1830’s became known as The Bank War. It was a campaign started by Andrew Jackson in 1833 to destroy the Second Bank of the United States. He believed that his opposition to the bank had won him national support during his reelection campaign. The Second Bank had been created in 1816 as a successor to the First Bank, whose charter had previously expired. The Second Bank was chartered only for a term of twenty years due to the concerns of many people in Congress. The Bank was to act as a depository for federal funds and paid national debts, but it was answerable only to the directors and stockholders. The supporters of this bank were mainly people involved in the industrial and commercial ventures. On the other
Pavlo said in an interview that he wanted to advance his career and was very eager to make his way to the top level position of the management of the organization (Portal, 2008). He also told that he was rewarded always by doing bad things. Although, he was at pressure in meeting the company’s goals; but he managed his superiors and made sure that he was doing good in fulfilling the company’s goals. He also rationalized his fraudulent activities by hiding the customer’s late payment in order to be benefitted himself, but said that he was helping people more than he was helping himself.
Following the Civil War, the Republican party controlled Congress during the period of Reconstruction. In 1865, Congress approved the Freedmen’s Bureau in order to help African Americans adjust to freedom. This agency believed that economic stability was a critical requirement for freedom; therefore, Congress also endorsed the Freedman’s Savings and Trust Company, sometimes referred to as the Freedman’s Savings Bank. Several ads and articles appeared in various nineteenth century newspapers to inform and encourage African Americans to deposit their money into this bank. When the bank first opened in 1865, ads always mentioned that it was chartered by Congress and ran by trustworthy officials. These ads falsely promoted that this financial institution was a safe and secure institution that looked out for the best interest of its depositors. Similarly, later newspaper articles in 1874 also emphasized
Rita Crundwell was the treasurer and comptroller of Dixon, IL from 1983 to 2012. She worked for the city during high school, and was quickly promoted. Crundwell was also a horse breeder and owner, as she grew up on her family farm. During her time as treasurer, she was the owner of RC Quarter Horses. She had hundreds of horses, and trained dozens of world champions. She was very famous in the horse industry, and “everyone involved in the horse industry knew who Rita was” (Pearce).
8. Chp 5 Sudhir tells JT that he is frustrated with Ms. Bailey. Sudhir has to learn to be patient and taught by JT and Ms. Bailey. Why are these important lessons for someone doing ethnographic research to learn and practice? Give and explain several reasons? How does this approach fit the lessons in our book, Ministering Cross Culturally?
Recently Wells Fargo’s scandal of creating phony accounts has raised ethical concerns in the corporate world. Wells Fargo employees opened more than two million unauthorized bank and credit card accounts to meet sales projections. The company was charged with huge fines and earned a bad reputation that will take years to rebuild.
The principles that apply to attributing liability in this case focus on long-standing practices wherein any blank-endorsed cashier check, such as those cashed by the employee in this particular case are applicable under the UCC when a bank exchanges money over to the party that is given to a person that is unlawfully in possession of these checks or instruments, the holder or company that holds these checks is liable for the checks as they are required to ensure due diligence regarding not allowing these checks to be used for nefarious purposes
Child Care Center is a business. Not only you must know grow and development of the child, but you must also know how to keep the business financially viable. To do so, Tameka needs to know why the Effective financial management practices are important to run a child care center. Also, how to maintain a financial management system that includes budget, management of revenue and expenses.
As you know I have worked here at the Cy-Fair campus for the past five years. I enjoy working with the staff and is always willing to help whenever possible. I have work hard to make sure that I am fulfilling my obligations to the students along with any other task that assigned to me. I enjoy my job and work hard to make sure that the Cy-Fair team is successful. What that being said I would like to ask if you could speak with Donna about her attitude towards me. She is very rude and disrespect.
In this paper, I am going to discuss and explain my opinions on why company Q is or is not socially responsible. Company Q recently closed a couple of stores in high crime areas. Company Q also started offering very limited health conscious and organic products. The local food bank has contacted Company Q requesting day old food for donations. Company Q has declined the donation request due to possible fraud by its employees and has started throwing the food away.
The issue is whether Johnson was discharged by the alteration of the check and what reply should the bank’s attorney make.
This helps us to know the needs that our customers wants, also to solve different problems that our customers face in our services or products so that we could be able to satisfy their needs and request in our business. This helps us to build good relationship with our customers which help us to create good image about our brand.
The murder was committed as a robbery in the first place and Mrs. Stevens purse was taken in the process of the robbery. This means that the suspect had touched the purse and under Locard’s exchange principal, there should be something at the crime scene and on the purse and also something on the perpetrator. The police or investigators did not process any evidence that they found. The purse was found by a can collector and called into the police. The purse contained about $1200 in cash and all of Mrs. Stevens property that was originally in her purse. The whole problem I find with the location where the purse was discovered is that it does not coincide with anything the police were trying to tie together for a timeline of the crime. There was no way that Butler, on foot, could have done what they said he did in their
SNC failed to address security prior to beginning his five paragraph order but tasked a subordinate to provide security only after the brief was concluded. The Orientation paragraph contained minimal information. SNC’s stated “We are operating to get this over there” was his Scheme of Maneuver portion, which was confusing and overly general. SNC failed to assign tasks and addressed minimal portions of the Admin and Logistics paragraph. SNC adequately addressed the remainder of the order, which made sense and was briefed with confidence. SNC began the problem with a poorly thought out plan. SNC began negotiating the obstacle himself and provided subordinates with minimal tasking. SNC was able to negotiate half way through the obstacle,