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    access economy 10.3 Alternatives to Traditional Patterns of Work

    acculturation 5.1 The Relationship between Business Ethics and Culture

    advertising 9.2 The Influence of Advertising

    Affordable Care Act (ACA) 9.4 Ethical Issues in the Provision of Health Care

    agribusiness 8.5 Animal Rights and the Implications for Business

    amenities 3.1 Adopting a Stakeholder Orientation

    Americans with Disabilities Act 8.2 Accommodating Different Abilities and Faiths

    animal rights 4.3 Government and the Private Sector8.5 Animal Rights and the Implications for Business

    Aquinas 2.1 The Concept of Ethical Business in Ancient Athens

    Aristotle 1.1 Being a Professional of Integrity2.1 The Concept of Ethical Business in Ancient Athens2.1 The Concept of Ethical Business in Ancient Athens2.3 Comparing the Virtue Ethics of East and WestA | The Lives of Ethical Philosophers

    artificial intelligence 10.4 Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, and the Workplace of the Future

    artificial intelligence (AI) 10.4 Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, and the Workplace of the Future

    Athens 2.1 The Concept of Ethical Business in Ancient Athens

    automation 10.4 Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, and the Workplace of the Future10.4 Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, and the Workplace of the Future

    awareness 2.3 Comparing the Virtue Ethics of East and West

    B

    Bane B | Profiles in Business Ethics: Contemporary Thought Leaders

    Barra B | Profiles in Business Ethics: Contemporary Thought Leaders

    Ben & Jerry’s B | Profiles in Business Ethics: Contemporary Thought Leaders

    benefits 6.1 The Workplace Environment and Working Conditions

    Benioff B | Profiles in Business Ethics: Contemporary Thought Leaders

    Bentham 2.4 Utilitarianism: The Greatest Good for the Greatest NumberA | The Lives of Ethical Philosophers

    bias 5.4 Are the Values Central to Business Ethics Universal?

    Bogle B | Profiles in Business Ethics: Contemporary Thought Leaders

    brand 7.2 Loyalty to the Brand and to Customers

    branding 7.2 Loyalty to the Brand and to Customers

    bribe 7.4 Financial Integrity

    Buffet 1.2 Ethics and Profitability

    Burwell v. Hobby Lobby 4.1 Corporate Law and Corporate Responsibility

    business 5.1 The Relationship between Business Ethics and Culture

    business ethics 1.1 Being a Professional of Integrity11.1 Business Ethics in an Evolving Environment

    business judgment rule 4.1 Corporate Law and Corporate Responsibility

    business purpose exception 6.4 Privacy in the Workplace

    C

    cap and trade 4.2 Sustainability: Business and the Environment

    carbon footprint 4.2 Sustainability: Business and the Environment

    carbon tax 4.2 Sustainability: Business and the Environment

    categorical imperative 2.5 Deontology: Ethics as Duty

    Chouinard B | Profiles in Business Ethics: Contemporary Thought Leaders

    Citizens United 4.3 Government and the Private Sector

    Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission 4.2 Sustainability: Business and the Environment

    Civil Rights Act 8.1 Diversity and Inclusion in the Workforce

    claim 9.3 The Insurance Industry

    Clean Air Act 4.3 Government and the Private Sector

    closed shop 6.3 An Organized Workforce

    code of conduct 7.3 Contributing to a Positive Work Atmosphere

    Codetermination 6.3 An Organized Workforce

    collective bargaining 6.3 An Organized Workforce

    Commerce Clause 4.3 Government and the Private Sector

    comparable worth 6.2 What Constitutes a Fair Wage?

    compliance 1.1 Being a Professional of Integrity

    confidentiality 7.1 Loyalty to the Company

    Confucius 2.2 Ethical Advice for Nobles and Civil Servants in Ancient China2.3 Comparing the Virtue Ethics of East and West

    consent exception 6.4 Privacy in the Workplace

    consequentialism 2.4 Utilitarianism: The Greatest Good for the Greatest Number

    consumerism 5.1 The Relationship between Business Ethics and Culture

    control 2.3 Comparing the Virtue Ethics of East and West

    copayment 9.4 Ethical Issues in the Provision of Health Care

    corporate culture 1.2 Ethics and Profitability

    Corporate Equality Index 8.3 Sexual Identification and Orientation

    corporate personhood 4.2 Sustainability: Business and the Environment

    corporate social responsibility 3.4 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)4.1 Corporate Law and Corporate Responsibility4.1 Corporate Law and Corporate Responsibility

    corporate social responsibility (CSR) 1.2 Ethics and Profitability

    corporate status 4.1 Corporate Law and Corporate Responsibility

    cosmetic testing 8.5 Animal Rights and the Implications for Business

    CSR 3.4 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

    culture 5.1 The Relationship between Business Ethics and Culture

    cybersecurity 7.3 Contributing to a Positive Work Atmosphere

    D

    deductible 9.4 Ethical Issues in the Provision of Health Care

    Deepwater Horizon 4.2 Sustainability: Business and the Environment4.3 Government and the Private Sector

    defined-contribution retirement plans 7.1 Loyalty to the Company

    DeGeorge 5.4 Are the Values Central to Business Ethics Universal?

    deontology 1.1 Being a Professional of Integrity2.5 Deontology: Ethics as Duty

    descriptive approach 3.2 Weighing Stakeholder Claims

    diffused stakeholder 3.2 Weighing Stakeholder Claims

    diversity dividend 8.1 Diversity and Inclusion in the Workforce

    Dodge v. Ford Motor Company 4.1 Corporate Law and Corporate Responsibility

    drug testing 6.4 Privacy in the Workplace

    duty of confidentiality 7.1 Loyalty to the Company

    duty of loyalty 7.1 Loyalty to the Company7.1 Loyalty to the Company

    E

    eBay Domestic Holdings Inc. v. Newmark 4.1 Corporate Law and Corporate Responsibility

    EEOC 6.1 The Workplace Environment and Working Conditions

    Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986 6.4 Privacy in the Workplace

    employment at will 6.4 Privacy in the Workplace

    enabling stakeholder 3.2 Weighing Stakeholder Claims

    enculturation 5.1 The Relationship between Business Ethics and Culture5.1 The Relationship between Business Ethics and Culture

    entrepreneur 9.1 Entrepreneurship and Start-Up Culture

    entrepreneurial culture 9.1 Entrepreneurship and Start-Up Culture

    environment 4.2 Sustainability: Business and the Environment4.2 Sustainability: Business and the Environment

    Equal Employment Opportunity Commission 6.1 The Workplace Environment and Working Conditions8.1 Diversity and Inclusion in the Workforce

    Equal Pay Act 6.2 What Constitutes a Fair Wage?

    ethical maximum 3.1 Adopting a Stakeholder Orientation

    ethical minimum 3.1 Adopting a Stakeholder Orientation

    ethical relativism 1.3 Multiple versus Single Ethical Standards

    ethics 1.1 Being a Professional of Integrity

    eudaimonia 2.1 The Concept of Ethical Business in Ancient Athens

    exigency 3.3 Ethical Decision-Making and Prioritizing Stakeholders

    F

    fair wage 6.2 What Constitutes a Fair Wage?

    fiduciary duty 4.1 Corporate Law and Corporate Responsibility

    flextime 10.3 Alternatives to Traditional Patterns of Work

    Ford 4.1 Corporate Law and Corporate Responsibility

    Ford Motor Company 4.1 Corporate Law and Corporate Responsibility

    Foreign Corrupt Practices Act 7.4 Financial Integrity

    Friedman 1.2 Ethics and Profitability4.1 Corporate Law and Corporate Responsibility

    functional stakeholder 3.2 Weighing Stakeholder Claims

    G

    gender diversity 8.1 Diversity and Inclusion in the Workforce

    gender wage gap 8.4 Income Inequalities

    general index funds 4.1 Corporate Law and Corporate Responsibility

    General Motors B | Profiles in Business Ethics: Contemporary Thought Leaders

    gig economy 10.3 Alternatives to Traditional Patterns of Work

    Global 100 4.2 Sustainability: Business and the Environment

    globalization 5.1 The Relationship between Business Ethics and Culture5.1 The Relationship between Business Ethics and Culture5.1 The Relationship between Business Ethics and Culture

    golden mean 2.1 The Concept of Ethical Business in Ancient Athens

    goodwill 1.2 Ethics and Profitability

    greenwashing 3.4 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

    H

    harassment 7.3 Contributing to a Positive Work Atmosphere

    harm principle 2.4 Utilitarianism: The Greatest Good for the Greatest Number

    Hippocratic Oath 1.1 Being a Professional of Integrity

    honor 2.1 The Concept of Ethical Business in Ancient Athens

    Hsieh B | Profiles in Business Ethics: Contemporary Thought Leaders

    humanistic business model 5.4 Are the Values Central to Business Ethics Universal?

    Hume 2.5 Deontology: Ethics as Duty

    I

    inclusion 8.1 Diversity and Inclusion in the Workforce

    income inequality 8.4 Income Inequalities

    insider trading 7.4 Financial Integrity

    instrumental approach 3.2 Weighing Stakeholder Claims

    insurance 9.3 The Insurance Industry

    integrity 1.1 Being a Professional of Integrity

    intellectual property 7.1 Loyalty to the Company

    internal marketing 7.2 Loyalty to the Brand and to Customers

    internships 10.3 Alternatives to Traditional Patterns of Work

    ISO 14000 4.2 Sustainability: Business and the Environment

    J

    job sharing 10.3 Alternatives to Traditional Patterns of Work

    Jordan B | Profiles in Business Ethics: Contemporary Thought Leaders

    junzi 2.2 Ethical Advice for Nobles and Civil Servants in Ancient China

    justice as fairness 2.6 A Theory of Justice

    justice theory 2.6 A Theory of Justice

    K

    Kant 1.1 Being a Professional of Integrity2.5 Deontology: Ethics as DutyA | The Lives of Ethical Philosophers

    Keystone XL pipeline 4.3 Government and the Private Sector

    L

    labor union 6.3 An Organized Workforce

    LEED certification 4.2 Sustainability: Business and the Environment

    li 2.2 Ethical Advice for Nobles and Civil Servants in Ancient China

    limited liability 4.1 Corporate Law and Corporate Responsibility

    limited liability companies 4.1 Corporate Law and Corporate Responsibility

    localization 5.3 The Influence of Geography and Religion

    long-term perspective 1.2 Ethics and Profitability

    loyalty 7.1 Loyalty to the Company

    M

    managerial ethics 2.3 Comparing the Virtue Ethics of East and West

    Manhattan 5.1 The Relationship between Business Ethics and Culture

    medical research 8.5 Animal Rights and the Implications for Business

    mercantilism 5.2 Business Ethics over Time

    middle class 8.4 Income Inequalities

    Mill 2.4 Utilitarianism: The Greatest Good for the Greatest NumberA | The Lives of Ethical Philosophers

    minimum wage 6.2 What Constitutes a Fair Wage?8.4 Income Inequalities

    mission 5.1 The Relationship between Business Ethics and Culture

    monitoring 6.4 Privacy in the Workplace6.4 Privacy in the Workplace

    moral agency 5.4 Are the Values Central to Business Ethics Universal?

    moral minimum 4.1 Corporate Law and Corporate Responsibility

    motive 2.3 Comparing the Virtue Ethics of East and West

    multipayer health care system 9.4 Ethical Issues in the Provision of Health Care

    N

    New Belgium Brewing B | Profiles in Business Ethics: Contemporary Thought Leaders

    non-compete agreement 7.1 Loyalty to the Company

    nondisclosure agreement 7.1 Loyalty to the Company

    nonsolicitation clause 7.1 Loyalty to the Company

    Nooyi B | Profiles in Business Ethics: Contemporary Thought Leaders

    normative approach 3.2 Weighing Stakeholder Claims

    normative ethical theories 1.1 Being a Professional of Integrity

    Normative stakeholders 3.2 Weighing Stakeholder Claims

    O

    Obamacare 9.4 Ethical Issues in the Provision of Health Care

    Occupational Safety and Health Act 6.1 The Workplace Environment and Working Conditions

    organizational culture 5.4 Are the Values Central to Business Ethics Universal?

    original position 2.6 A Theory of Justice

    OSHA 6.1 The Workplace Environment and Working Conditions

    P

    Patagonia B | Profiles in Business Ethics: Contemporary Thought Leaders

    pay ratio 6.3 An Organized Workforce

    pay secrecy 7.5 Criticism of the Company and Whistleblowing

    PepsiCo B | Profiles in Business Ethics: Contemporary Thought Leaders

    Phronesis 1.1 Being a Professional of Integrity

    phrónēsis 2.1 The Concept of Ethical Business in Ancient Athens

    premiums 9.3 The Insurance Industry

    productivity 6.3 An Organized Workforce

    Project Shakti 4.1 Corporate Law and Corporate Responsibility

    psychological appeal 9.2 The Influence of Advertising

    public health 4.3 Government and the Private Sector

    purpose 5.1 The Relationship between Business Ethics and Culture

    Q

    quan 2.2 Ethical Advice for Nobles and Civil Servants in Ancient China

    qui tam provision 7.5 Criticism of the Company and Whistleblowing

    quid pro quo 4.1 Corporate Law and Corporate Responsibility

    R

    Rawls 2.6 A Theory of JusticeA | The Lives of Ethical Philosophers

    reasonable accommodation 8.2 Accommodating Different Abilities and Faiths

    redlining 9.3 The Insurance Industry

    religion 5.3 The Influence of Geography and Religion5.4 Are the Values Central to Business Ethics Universal?

    religious beliefs 8.2 Accommodating Different Abilities and Faiths

    responsible employer 6.1 The Workplace Environment and Working Conditions

    Right-to-work laws 6.3 An Organized Workforce

    robotics 10.4 Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, and the Workplace of the Future10.4 Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, and the Workplace of the Future

    Rockefeller 5.2 Business Ethics over Time5.3 The Influence of Geography and Religion

    S

    Salesforce B | Profiles in Business Ethics: Contemporary Thought Leaders

    Sarbanes-Oxley 4.3 Government and the Private Sector

    sexual harassment 6.1 The Workplace Environment and Working Conditions

    sexual identification 8.3 Sexual Identification and Orientation

    sexual orientation 8.3 Sexual Identification and Orientation

    shareholder 1.2 Ethics and Profitability

    shareholder primacy 4.1 Corporate Law and Corporate Responsibility

    Shlensky v. Wrigley 4.1 Corporate Law and Corporate Responsibility

    short-term perspective 1.2 Ethics and Profitability

    single-payer health care system 9.4 Ethical Issues in the Provision of Health Care

    social contract 1.2 Ethics and Profitability

    social contract theory 2.6 A Theory of Justice

    social index funds 4.1 Corporate Law and Corporate Responsibility

    social media 9.2 The Influence of Advertising

    social responsibility of business 3.1 Adopting a Stakeholder Orientation

    Solheim B | Profiles in Business Ethics: Contemporary Thought Leaders

    stakeholder 3.1 Adopting a Stakeholder Orientation3.2 Weighing Stakeholder Claims3.2 Weighing Stakeholder Claims3.3 Ethical Decision-Making and Prioritizing Stakeholders

    stakeholder claim 3.2 Weighing Stakeholder Claims

    stakeholder management 3.3 Ethical Decision-Making and Prioritizing Stakeholders

    stakeholder prioritization 3.3 Ethical Decision-Making and Prioritizing Stakeholders

    stakeholders 1.1 Being a Professional of Integrity

    states’ rights 4.3 Government and the Private Sector

    stockholder 1.2 Ethics and Profitability

    subliminal advertising 9.2 The Influence of Advertising

    sustainability 4.2 Sustainability: Business and the Environment4.2 Sustainability: Business and the Environment4.2 Sustainability: Business and the Environment4.2 Sustainability: Business and the Environment4.3 Government and the Private Sector

    T

    Tarbell 5.2 Business Ethics over Time

    telecommuting 10.1 More Telecommuting or Less?

    telework 10.1 More Telecommuting or Less?

    The Vanguard Group B | Profiles in Business Ethics: Contemporary Thought Leaders

    trade secret 7.1 Loyalty to the Company

    Trader Joe’s B | Profiles in Business Ethics: Contemporary Thought Leaders

    tragedy of the commons 4.2 Sustainability: Business and the Environment

    transparency 6.1 The Workplace Environment and Working Conditions

    triple bottom line (TBL) 3.4 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

    U

    UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights 5.4 Are the Values Central to Business Ethics Universal?

    unanimity of acceptance 2.6 A Theory of Justice

    undue hardship 8.2 Accommodating Different Abilities and Faiths

    Union of Concerned Scientists 4.2 Sustainability: Business and the Environment

    United Nations (UN) Global Compact 5.2 Business Ethics over Time

    universal health care system 9.4 Ethical Issues in the Provision of Health Care

    universal values 5.4 Are the Values Central to Business Ethics Universal?

    utilitarianism 1.1 Being a Professional of Integrity2.4 Utilitarianism: The Greatest Good for the Greatest Number2.4 Utilitarianism: The Greatest Good for the Greatest Number2.4 Utilitarianism: The Greatest Good for the Greatest Number2.4 Utilitarianism: The Greatest Good for the Greatest Number

    utility function 2.4 Utilitarianism: The Greatest Good for the Greatest Number

    V

    veil of ignorance 2.6 A Theory of Justice2.6 A Theory of Justice

    virtue ethics 2.1 The Concept of Ethical Business in Ancient Athens

    virtue theory 1.1 Being a Professional of Integrity

    W

    Weber 9.1 Entrepreneurship and Start-Up Culture

    wellness programs 9.4 Ethical Issues in the Provision of Health Care

    whistleblowing 7.5 Criticism of the Company and Whistleblowing

    work style 7.3 Contributing to a Positive Work Atmosphere

    work-life balance 10.2 Workplace Campuses

    Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Act 6.1 The Workplace Environment and Working Conditions

    workplace campus 10.2 Workplace Campuses

    workplace discrimination 6.1 The Workplace Environment and Working Conditions

    workplace diversity 8.1 Diversity and Inclusion in the Workforce

    workplace personalities 7.3 Contributing to a Positive Work Atmosphere

    workplace violence 7.3 Contributing to a Positive Work Atmosphere

    Wrigley Company 4.1 Corporate Law and Corporate Responsibility

    Z

    Zappos B | Profiles in Business Ethics: Contemporary Thought Leaders