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Bus 309 Wk 10 Quiz 9 Chapter 10 - All Possible Questions

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BUS 309 WK 10 Quiz 9 Chapter 10 - All Possible Questions

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BUS 309 WK 10 Quiz 9 Chapter 10 - All Possible Questions

1. A business fir functions
1. For social benefit
2. To make money
3. To create employment
4. To generate social welfare

1. The notion of company loyalty, according to Shaw, is
1. Outdated
2. Trendy
3. Commonplace
4. Rare

1. What is the primary source of an organization’s right to expect employees to act on its behalf?
1. Common decency
2. Morality
3. Common law
4. Contract

1. The buying or selling of stocks by business insiders on the basis of information that has not yet been made public is
1. Insider trading
2. Business broking
3. Hedging bets
4. Whistle blowing

1. The SEC is the
1. Securities and Exchange Commission
2. Securities and Exchange Counsel
3. Social Excellence Committee
4. Social Expense Commission

1. Which theory of insider trading did the U.S. Supreme Court endorse in 1997?
1. The misappropriation theory
2. The misapplication theory
3. The stock-bond theory
4. The whisperer theory

1. Which Supreme Court case addressed insider trading in 1997?
1. a.       Griswold v. Connecticut
2. b.       Roe v. Wade
3. c.       Brown v. Board
4. d.       U.S. v. O’Hagan

1. Henry Manne
1. Thinks insider trading is illegal
2. Thinks insider trading is immoral
3. Sees nothing wrong with insider trading
4. Sees insider trading as a violation of trust

1. It is claimed that insider trading is good as it
1. Increases market efficiency
2. Adds another benefit to employment
3. Increases the wealth of insiders
4. Decreases company disloyalty

1. Proctor and Gamble once sued three rival food chains for making
1. Immoral pickles
2. Infringing cookies
3. Debatable shortbread
4. Actionable cheesecake

1. The Economic Espionage Act was passed in
1. 1976
2. 1986...

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