Business Ethics and Unicomp


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Business Ethics and Unicomp
What is your assessment of the primary ethical problems? Give 3 factually supported reasons why.
The primary ethical problem facing John is that he is being asked to support the purchase of
even though he has serious misgivings about the company’s business performance (Velasquez, 4). Essentially, John is being asked to forfeit the due diligence that is part of his job as a financial analyst for the firm.
The second ethical problem is that John is now aware of the fact that some of the vice-presidents at
, inc., have close personal ties to Sam Buehler and this appears to be driving the acquisition of a firm that, on the merits, does not appear worthy of a purchase offer (Velasquez,...
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