Tesla Motors, Inc. addresses stakeholders’ interests through a company social responsibility strategy that focuses on property and environmental friendliness of automotive products. Such company responsibility efforts profit stakeholders, whereas additionally boosting the company’s corporate and whole image. Investing in socially accountable stocks could be a fashionable strategy these days that aims to search out firms with a balance between solid money returns and social smart. Tesla Motors fits this description, it's laborious to beat Tesla once it involves investment in socially accountable firms. The California-based automotive company manufactures and sells nearly zero-emissions cars, that cause less hurt to the surroundings than gas-powered vehicles, thereby creating it a "socially responsible" company.
7) “ With his invention of the assembly line, it allowed other industries to adopt this idea and decrease their production costs. This allowed the average American the ability to live a better life and be able to afford more than they would have before.” If Ford would have not done this cars may not have been as huge of a success for another 10-25
Name of Industrialist: Henry Ford How did he acquire his wealth? He acquire his wealth by being a self-made man, that revolutionize the car industry in the 90’s. How he (or his related industries) treated workers? Ford manage to lowered the cost of manufacturing, while providing a wage correspondent to more than double of the previous average. He is known for the “skilled workers who earn steady wages.” But like most industries of the time, employees had severe health problems cause by the repetitiveness nature of the job and work place conditions.
Heteronomy is when someone chooses to do an act of duty in exchange for a reward, in other words this would be extrinsic rewards. Extrinsic rewards are when someone gets recognition or tangible rewards for something they have done. In the case with Ford they would fall under the guidelines of Heteronomy. The reason why that is, with them releasing the Pinto to begin with, and removing it off the market to “fix” the issue, they wanted to be recognized for initiating the idea they cared for the consumer by removing a dangerous vehicle off the market. Therefore, Ford’s actions fall under the Heteronomy category and not under
It is largely agreed upon that the case of MacPherson v. Buick Motor Co., 111 N.E. 1050, 1053 (N.Y. 1916) was the start of it all. This is the landmark case in which the defendant manufacturer was found liable for negligence even though there was no contractual relationship between the manufacturer and the plaintiff (Bagley, C. E. 2016). Case Brief. The plaintiff, MacPherson, bought a car from a retail dealership, and was injured when his wheel collapsed because it was made of defective wood.
Are Head-On Collisions More Dangerous Than Other Types of Traffic Accidents? Just last month, another person died in a head-on collision in the central California Valley area. KFSN in Fresno reported on a crash with a big rig that resulted in the death of a man in Mendota. A man was driving on Highway 33 at Bass Avenue when he veered and slammed head-on into a large truck. The collision took the man’s life.
Another similarity between the Anglo and the Chicano Cop is that they both want to resolve the Fender-Bender. Perez offered to pay for the damages to the van, the Anglo then explains to Perez, ‘This car isn’t mine...It belongs to the company I work for. I’m sorry, but I’ve got to report this to the police, so that I don’t have to pay for the damage’ (qtd in Perez 176). The Anglo just wants the police report to show his employers he was not at fault and they wouldn’t charge him for the damages, even though he feels pity for Perez, this is the best way to resolve the Fender-Bender. The Chicano cop, on the other hand, believes that the proper way to resolve the Fender-Bender is to punish Perez.
As a result, Drop stop hopes to reduce these distraction-induced car accidents by providing consumers with a product that will stop the drop. However, positive branding is not enough to make this company a good investment. While the product is not one that is absolutely essential for consumers to obtain, the number of sales show
According to Kant’s maxim 1 described by Crane and Matten (2010: 105), the designer should be unhappy with the death of his own family from a Ford Pinto accident. From the utilitarian view Ford was thinking of the greater benefit, of who benefits the most. The minority of the population suffers through this, and thus gaining more market share and more profits to the company. In an approach to Kant’s maxim 2, the buyer should be informed of the unsafe car that might explode from an accident, where the choices are limited if the buyer cannot afford an expensive
Voter ID laws should not be eliminated because it is a way to prove if the voter is a citizen, their eligibility, and to avoid voter fraud. Citizens of America should always carry with them a form of identification since it is used throughout the day. For example, when driving, one should carry their license. Voter ID laws are opposed because it can be a burden to the minority, but it shouldn’t be considered a burden
According to the argument, the author claims that the Prunty County should emulate Butler County to improve the conditions of the road to reduce the traffic addident rate. Unfortunately, the author has to further the argument with addithional evidence before she can legitimately come to the conclusion. To begin with, although the number of accidents has not decreased, it doesn 't necessarily mean that to lower the speed limitation from 55 to 45 miles per hour is of no use at all. Clearly, the author assumes that the number of accidents is equal to the degree of highway safety. However, how severe are these accidents are not mentioned.
Looking at the utilitarian approach, it is seen to have significant meaning for both those that are for and against gun control. As the utilitarian theory approach focuses on the theory that “an action is ethical if the good that it is predicted to produce outweighs the bad”. In this case, depending on the perspective of the individual, it can have significantly lead to different conclusions that supports both sides of the gun control debate. Specifically, gun control proponents have argued that the utilitarian approach is justification for gun control as the banning of gun ownership will protect society and make the world a better place through a lower chance of gun violence despite the restraining of civil liberties. On the other hand, gun control
Without fracking, the price of gas would have a drastic raise from $3.25 to $11 per gallon, so consumers would have to pay about $130 or more to refill their gas tank. Fracking has a bad reputation of polluting the environment that we live in. The government should allow hydraulic fracking to continue only if fracking companies agree to the following. Transporting fuel from foreign countries require a lot of money, the government should spend the money on better things like paying people to work of public projects. David Morris, PhD, Vice President of the institute for Local Self-Reliance states that the expenditures for our transportation fleets are about hundreds of billions of dollars.
The moral challenges of driverless cars.Communications of the ACM, 58(8), 19-20. This article talks about the moral challenge between driverless cars and drivable cars. The article introduces how driverless cars can out preform normal cars because, the driverless car will have greater perceptive abilities, better reaction times, and will not suffer from distractions (from eating or texting, drowsiness, or physical emergencies such as a driver having a heart attack or a stroke). Also the article states that 90% of crashes are due to human