Cases in Business Ethics MCQs

Cases in Business Ethics MCQs

Try to answer these 10 Cases in Business Ethics MCQs and check your understanding of the Cases in Business Ethics subject.
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1: The media in ______ intended to portray Monsanto in the worst possible terms as being a manipulator of people’s fears and creating Frankenstein-like substances.

A.   Central America

B.   South America

C.   Europe

D.   Asia

2: After Bayer’s acquisition of Monsanto, a San Francisco jury had awarded $289 million to school groundskeeper, Dewayne Johnson, for Monsanto’s failure to warn him about the cancer risks of using ______.

A.   RoundUp

B.   Coast Soap

C.   Miracle-Grow

D.   Scotts Turf Builder

3: In the 1960s, ______ had the worst safety record in the oil industry and was responsible for the massive Torrey Canyon oil spill off the British coast.

A.   Texaco

B.   Shell

C.   Exxon-Mobil

D.   BP

4: In 1984, a toxic gas leak at ______ facility in Bhopal, India killed over 3,000 people and injured thousands more.

A.   Exxon-Mobil

B.   Texas Instruments

C.   Union Carbide

D.   IBM

5: Facebook’s ultimate goal was to ______.

A.   Connect all the world’s people

B.   Provide a forum for global negotiations

C.   Develop a platform for high-tech innovation

D.   Offer advice for product development

6: As a result of the _____________ incident, Ford established a template for automakers having safety incidents in which they had foreknowledge of the problem but did nothing about it.

A.   F-150

B.   Taurus

C.   Pinto

D.   Fiesta

7: In a series of global recalls, Toyota took back more than nine million vehicles and briefly had to halt all production and sales after reports that several of its cars and trucks had experienced ______.

A.   Poor assembly

B.   Blown tires

C.   Poor customer ratings

D.   Unintended acceleration

8: General Mills had to decide to what extent it would treat so-called ______ as a threat or an opportunity.

A.   Healthy foods

B.   Unhealthy animal products

C.   GMO-produced cereals

D.   High-fat yogurt

9: Google first established its well-known principle ______ in its code of conduct in 2000.

A.   “Share Your Knowledge”

B.   “Always Help Your Neighbor”

C.   “Don’t Be Evil”

D.   “Avoid Conflict with Others”

10: Microsoft was increasingly embroiled in unsavory business practices, as U.S. authorities were investigating the company over possible ______ relating to its software sales in Hungary.

A.   Business-to-business marketing

B.   Distributor bullying

C.   Deception

D.   Bribery and corruption