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1. Describe the corporate responsibilities that were violated in this scenario. 2. Describe the stakeholders involved. 3. Explain possible actions the stakeholders can take.

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Law, Ethics and Corporate Governance

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Halbert, T., & Ingulli, E. (2009). Law & ethics in the business environment: 2010 custom edition (6th ed.). Mason, OH: South-Western Cengage Learning.

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Assume you are the chief executive officer of a large drug company. You are deciding what price to charge for a new drug that promises to be effective against lung cancer. Assume that insurers would be willing to pay a large price for the drug and that some uninsured members of society could afford to purchase the drug. Some uninsured people, however, would simply be unable to purchase it.

1. Discuss a criteria to determine the price for the drug.

2. Discuss whether it should be offered at a lower price to some members of society.

Commerce Bank was founded in New Jersey with a single location in 1971. Its founder, chairman and CEO, Vernon W. Hill II, was a real estate developer, whose wife owned an interior decorating business. By 2007, it had 450 branches from New York City to Washington D.C., open 7 days a week. With branches springing up like Burger Kings, Commerce Bank became the fastest growing bank in America. Mr. Hill was in all things entrepreneurial. He persuaded his board of directors to pay millions in rent for buildings owned by his family and over $50 million to Mrs. Hill for her decorating services. In June 2007, in the face of numerous federal investigations, and at the insistence of his board of directors, Mr. Hill resigned all of his posts at Commerce Bank. His severance package has been estimated at $17 million, and his Commerce Bankcorp shares, when he stepped down, were worth $225 million.

1. Describe the corporate responsibilities that were violated in this scenario.

2. Describe the stakeholders involved.

3. Explain possible actions the stakeholders can take.


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