Develop skills in interpreting and learning from current business ethics stories so that they may be of future use.

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Purpose: Develop skills in interpreting and learning from current business ethics stories so that they may be of future use.
Read the New York Times article. The discussion should center on the core questions posted for the article. Think of this assignment in terms of a dialogue, not a writing exercise. You want to engage yourself in a discussion about the issue. This means keep the answer to all questions below to one paragraph (150–500 words) in length total, if possible:
1. Should Nestle and Cargill have known exactly what was going on in their supply chain?
2. A recent study commissioned by the U.S. Department of Labor shows an estimated 1.56 million children work in cocoa production in Ivory Coast and Ghana, and 95% of them are engaged in hazardous work. In addition to Nestle and Cargill, other large cocoa companies, including Mars, Hershey, Mondelez, Olam and Barry Callebaut have repeatedly admitted that child labor is persistent in their cocoa supply chains. What tangible steps should be taken by stakeholder groups to change these practices?

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