Unethical Business Case Study

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Unethical business practices we hear all about them but what drives companies to do such actions. The short answer mostly greed today I will be talking about three different cases. Each one of these affected people in many different ways but they will continue to do these marketing scams because they make more money then they lose. So they will continue to deceive the general public.
So now we look at some awful unethical behavior from Johnson & Johnson so all over the place they seem to be getting into trouble. First they had the baby powder scandal, which could cause cancer they tried to cover it up (Wallace, 2013). And now anther issue that is just as big but cost them even more money. They were saying that drugs were approved for certain uses when they acutely were not
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So they use the name of and creating false advertisement to create leads for there own business. It first came to there attention when a small business owner complained about the automated calls made from Google they found out that someone was using there name (Roesler, 2015). So Google was able to find two of these companies and is now suing them for their actions it is difficult to catch them because of the names of fake numbers or blocked they are sending a message to those who are using there name in automated messages. These companies are using a high pressure selling they use Google’s good name to get leads then they will not leave you alone until they sell their product (Armstrong, Kotler, 2017). So the issue that they face is trying to find more of these companies that are marketing Google’s name and making these false accusations, Google says it will not end here but that it might effect other companies decision to use their name. I think that they should have some sort of device to tell if it is a scam, but also maybe big companies should have a way to make the consumer able
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