Because of the poor economy, the executives of AGT Inc. were trying to decide whether or not to close one of the AGT manufacturing plants. Manuel Kant said that the company had a duty to the community and shouldn’t close the plant unless the company’s executives believed that all companies should simply close their plants in an economic downturn. Jerry Bentham said they should close the plant if the costs of keeping it open and running were greater than the economic benefits of keeping it open. Which of the following statements is true?
|Manuel believes in critical thinking, but Jerry believes in ethics.|
|Manuel and Jerry are both believers in situational ethics.|
|Jerry believes in utilitarianism, while Manuel relies on duty-based ethics.|
|Manuel believes in the business stakeholder standard of behavior; Jerry believes in situational ethics.|
The citation for Kasten v. Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics Corp. is 131 S.Ct. 1325 (U.S. Sup. Ct 2011). Which of the following is the correct explanation of the citation?
|The case begins on page 131 of volume 1325 of the Supreme Court Reporter.|
|The case begins on page 2011 of the 131st volume of the Supreme Court reporter.|
|The case begins on page 1325 of volume 131 of the Supreme Court Reporter.|
|The case is a state law case.|