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Joyce A. Young, Indiana State University Paul W. Clark, Coastal Carolina University Dale Varble, Indiana State University
January 8, 2020
This critical incident describes an ethical dilemma faced by a co-owner of a craft brewery. Since the public debut of his beers, Chris Fast of Route 2 Brews continued to receive criticism of his beer names and labels. Psychotic Blonde, Horny Hefer,...
Bart Liddle, Lipscomb University Leanne Smith, Lipscomb University
January 8, 2020
On September 10, 2017, as Hurricane Irma moved toward Florida, one Tesla owner with a 60wKh battery capacity phoned in to ask if Tesla would grant him the battery power equal to a 75wKh model. This owner knew that while the Tesla model he purchased...
Dana Schwieger, Southeast Missouri State University Christine A. Ladwig, Southeast Missouri State University
January 8, 2020
In an environment where published public opinion can make or break a company, both individuals and organizations should be aware of what content is permissible in an online review, and what crosses the line into defamation. Also important is...
Ludwig, C., Wallace, K., O’Rourke, J. S. (editor)
December 31, 2019
Dietary supplements are a billion-dollar unregulated industry. Walgreens Boots Alliance earns millions in revenue each year in its retail pharmacies from the sale of such supplements. Consumers who take dietary supplements often do so with the...
Brandt Conner, Ohio University , Craig Davis, Ohio University, Nakato Hirakubo, Brooklyn College, Victoria LaPoe, Ohio University, Cara Peters, Winthrop University
August 28, 2019
Abstract Mars Inc., the parent company that owned and marketed Snickers chocolate candy launched an advertising campaign featuring the celebrity Mr. T. The campaign slogan, “Get Some Nuts,” was created by Abbot Mead Vickers...
Carl Obermiller, Mathew S. Isaac
January 1, 2018
A consistent finding in sustainability research is that women are eco-friendlier than men, a gap usually ascribed to differences in socialization. Our research explored a corollary process—the cognitive association of environmentalism with...
March 12, 2019
Two homeschooled Florida teenagers meet in a homeschool group arranged by their moms, start community college at 14 years of age and discover a shared passion for social entrepreneurship. The result of that passion was the global jewelry and...
January 1, 2019
In principle, a business ought to thrive when its leaders make good plans (plans that provide for compensation greater than the risk implied in those plans), and its people bring those plans to fruition. However, in practice, dynamic causeand-effect...
Nikolaus T. Butz, Rachel D. Craig, Todd Decker
December 31, 2018
Hearing loss is a public health concern. Recent national legislation has been passed to introduce a future technological disruptor: over-the-counter (OTC) hearing aids. When OTC hearing aids become available, there will be numerous benefits and...
Tracy Couto, Jim Joseph
June 1, 2018
The Global Jesuit Case Series (GJCS) was formally launched in 2015 with the singular goal of establishing a series of real-world business cases, written by executives, educators and entrepreneurs whose work would place people and planet on equal...