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Business Ethics'major theme is that companies need to manage their ethics strategically. The financial case for business ethics is built early on. It then takes a strategic theme emphasizing the stakeholder approach to discuss business ethics issues. In examining these subjects, the book emphasizes three key aspects of the environment: the global aspect, the environmental/sustainable aspect and the strategic aspects. Chapters in the text are organized around these major topics. The main objective of the book is to provide a well-rounded, thoughtful and intellectual discussion of business ethics to the readers. Students to develop a thorough understanding of core ethical issues and consequent implications for companies. Furthermore, students will also be able to understand the many factors causing unethical behaviours and the mechanisms that can be used to curb unethical behavior. Students will also be able to appreciate some of the latest environmental conditions facing ethical issues within companies, namely the role of the government and regulation, the natural environment and the global environment.