This comprehensive collection presents a case-method approach to teaching business ethics, making it ideal for advanced undergraduate- and graduate-level courses in both philosophy and business departments. It contains a wide range of individual, managerial, and corporate cases, many with an international perspective. All cases have been classroom-tested at the Harvard Business School; most have been developed in the field rather than in the library. The third edition is now in softcover for the first time with 15% fewer pages. Nine new cases (of the total 53 cases) cover such topics as labor-management trust, product liability, foreign bribery, the Dow bankruptcy over breast implant lawsuits, and more. A new appendix, "Ethical Frameworks for Management," provides students with ethical frameworks for analysis and a second new Appendix, "Bridging East and West in Management Ethics," discusses certain basic similarities between Asian and Western ethical ideals.