Business ethics : the ethical revolution of minority shareholders / by Jacques Cory.
By: Cory, Jacques.Material type: TextSeries: Springer.Publisher: Boston : Springer, 2001Description: 1 online resource (269 p.).ISBN: 9780387232317; 0387232311.Subject(s): Business ethics | Minority stockholders | Corporations -- Corrupt practicesAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Business ethics.Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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1. Introduction -- 2. The Inefficient Safeguards of the Minority Shareholders -- 3. The Attitude of Society -- 4. The Excessive Privileges of the Majority Shareholders -- 5. Internet and Transparency as Ethical Vehicles -- 6. Ethical Funds -- 7. Activist Associations, 'Transparency International', 'Adam' -- 8. Case Study of the French Company Loskron -- 9. Case Study of the Israeli/American Company Furolias -- 10. Case Study of the Israeli Companies Erinsar and Soktow -- 11. Case Study of the American Company Mastoss -- 12. Class Actions -- 13. 36 Laws of Wrongdoing to Minority Shareholders in Unethical Companies -- 14. Conclusion.
"Business Ethics: The Ethical Revolution of Minority Shareholders is a pioneer and original work in the domain of ethics in the relations between companies and minority shareholders. The book puts into context the motives of the controlling shareholders, who operate in collaboration with the management of their companies, in order to maximize their profits, very often at the expense of the small shareholders who do not possess insider information." "This volume describes how the traditional safeguards of the rights of shareholders, namely the law, the SEC, boards of directors, independent directors, auditors, analysts, underwriters and the press, are inefficient in many cases toward minority shareholders."
"Business Ethics is primarily intended for the academic market and is particularly appropriate for academics in business administration, ethics and finance. It should also appeal strongly to a professional business/finance market, and to minority shareholders as well, who are aware of the wrongdoing committed to them and who want to remedy the situation by activist conduct."--Jacket.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -261) and index.
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