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Innovating With Integrity: Ethics in Silicon Valley

Author: Krasny, Michael
Product Type: Cases
Source: KQED
Publication Year: 2015

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This hour-long radio show from NPR and station KQED spotlights the intersection of ethics and innovation in Silicon Valley.

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BP and Contingent Liabilities

Authors: Blankespoor, Elizabeth; Rogers, C. Gregory; Foroughi, Jaclyn C.
Product Type: Cases
Source: Stanford Graduate School of Business
Publication Year: 2015

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On April 20, 2010, as BP p.l.c., the third-largest listed oil producer in the world, was preparing to report strong first quarter results, an explosion occurred on its drilling rig Deepwater Horizon, killing 11 workers and injuring 16 others. The financial reporting implications of the accident and subsequent claims, especially the recognition and measurement of provisions and related expenses, and disclosure of contingent liabilities, were a major consideration for BP and its investors.

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Bixi Goes to New York

Authors: Plourde, Yves; Schaan, Jean-Louis
Product Type: Cases
Source: Richard Ivey School of Business
Publication Year: 2015

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In May 2011, the Public Bike System Company, based in Montreal, Canada, was preparing to answer a request for proposal by New York City to create a financially self-sustaining public bike-sharing system. Three years earlier, the company, owned by the Montreal Transit Authority, had created Bixi, a service that made bikes available to members through docking stations, powered by solar energy, spread across the city. Although its financial structure was still unproven, it was a promising solution that aimed to revolutionize urban transportation.

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Looking Inside: Intel and Conflict Minerals

Authors: Melvin, Sheila; Shotts, Kenneth W.
Product Type: Cases
Source: Stanford Graduate School of Business
Publication Year: 2015

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The conflict minerals issue dated to the early 2000s but public awareness took years to develop, following the efforts of nongovernment organizations such as the Enough Project. Intel began to work on the issue internally in 2008, at the direction of its CEO, and conducted its first conflict minerals supply chain survey in 2009. Intel’s decision to address the conflict minerals problem head-on was one of the movement’s first big successes…

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Inner City Renovation: Rebuilding Properties, Lives and Communities

Authors: Donkervoort, Marty; Melnyk, John
Product Type: Cases
Source: Richard Ivey School of Business
Publication Year: 2015

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Inner City Renovation (ICR) was a social enterprise established to address decaying infrastructure of inner city Winnipeg neighborhoods while providing opportunities for their residents — who would otherwise likely have been unemployed and on social assistance — to learn a trade and earn a living. However, its financial viability was an issue…

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Preventing Another Madoff: Reengineering the SEC's Investigation Process

Author: Fagan, Mark
Product Type: Cases
Source: Harvard Kennedy School
Publication Year: 2015

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Bernard Madoff perpetrated a $60 billion fraud that lasted for more than a decade. The fallout ruined the lives of many of his investors and significantly damaged the reputation of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). How did the federal agency entrusted to protect investors fail to discover the Ponzi scheme?

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Collaboration That Goes beyond Co-Op-Eration: It’s Not Just ‘‘If’’ but ‘‘How’’ Sharing Occurs That Makes the Difference

Authors: Shipper, Frank; Manz, Charles C.; Manz, Karen P.; Harris, Benita W.
Product Type: Journal Articles
Source: Organizational Dynamics
Publication Year: 2013

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Equal Exchange is a cooperative organization that taps into the full capacities of everyone involved in a socially responsible way. This article describes how it has used the wisdom of its multiple stakeholders to create a collaborative community, to be profitable, and to have significant positive impact on people's lives and the environment in approximately 20 countries.

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How Equal Exchange Aligns Our Capital with Our Mission

Authors: Fireside, Dan; North, Rodney
Product Type: Essays and Concept Papers
Source: Equal Exchange
Publication Year: 2015

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In the wake of this cooperative’s recently concluded $4M stock offering, Equal Exchange created a single document that explains all of our unorthodox capital model…

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Apple and Conflict Minerals: Ethical Sourcing for Sustainability

Authors: Purkayastha, Debapratim; Rao, Adapa Srinivasa
Product Type: Cases
Source: IBS Hyderabad; IFHE University
Publication Year: 2015

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Apple had taken various initiatives to tackle the challenge of conflict minerals since it started facing the heat from some activist groups in 2010. Despite all the efforts made by Apple, the company faced an uphill task. Going forward, the question before Apple was what more could the company do to ensure that all its products were free from conflict minerals…

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Hopworks Urban Brewery: A Case of Sustainable Beer

Authors: Pullman, Madeleine; Greene, Jacen; Liebmann, Devin; Ho, Nga; Pedisich, Xan
Product Type: Cases
Source: Portland State University
Publication Year: 2015

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Hopworks is faced with a number of key decisions that affect its sustainability both economically and ecologically. Christian Ettinger, founder and brewmaster of Hopworks, must make strategic decisions about capital investments, labor allocations, and even the future of their organic certification as he executes a growth plan in line with their sustainable values. In this case, students will be challenged with analyzing all aspects of a sustainability-focused business and considering the many choices a craft brewer, or any small business owner, faces.

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