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1. Will Foxconn’s response be sufficient to stop any future Need more help! 1. Will Foxconn’s response be sufficient to stop any future suicide attempts? Why or why not? 2. If the company has operated on “wafer-thin margins,” how should it deal with the increased labor cost? 3. Would you describe Foxconn’s response as an example of proactive or reactive ethics? Why? 4. If China’s young workers are sending a clear signal that they do not want to work in sweatshop factories, what can executives do from an ethics perspective to win them back? Foxconn Technology Group is a subsidiary of Taiwan’s HonHai Precision Industry Company (reputed to be the world’s largest “contract manufacturer”). Even as a subsidiary, Foxconn’s numbers are impressive—the company employs about 800,000 people, half of whom work in a huge industrial park in Shenzhen, China, called Foxconn City. With 15 separate multistory buildings, each dedicated to individual customers such as Apple, Dell, Nintendo, and Hewlett Packard, Foxconn’s promotional material proudly states that the company pays minimum wage (900 yuan, or $130 a month), offers free food and lodging, and extensive recreational facilities to its employees—on the face of it, not your stereotypical “sweatshop” environment. Students also viewed these Organizational Behavior questions The textbook lists depreciation as an example of a period cost that The textbook lists depreciation as an example of a period cost that often must be updated in the accounting records at the end of a fiscal period. What other examples of period costs that must be updated at period-end can you identify? Why is it necessary to update these items? Can incandescent lighting be regarded as an example of cogeneration during the Can incandescent lighting be regarded as an example of cogeneration during the heating season? In a season where air conditioning is required? As an example of difficulties that auditors experience in collecting confirmations of As an example of difficulties that auditors experience in collecting confirmations of cash…… … to avoid fraud associated with cash confirmations?d. What are two or three key factors the auditor might consider that could have indicated that the cash account was a high risk account for this… In Problem 3, if the company has a P/E ratio of 21.5, In Problem 3, if the company has a P/E ratio of 21.5, what is the earnings per share (EPS) for the company? Data From Problem 3 You find a stock selling for $74.20 that has a dividend yield of 3.4 percent. What was the last quarterly dividend paid? The “four-minute mile”” is often cited as an example of the limit The “”four-minute mile”” is often cited as an example of the limit of physical performance. That is