Oil Companies Being Ethical
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The paper notes that the roles of shareholders and stakeholders in any company differ slightly, whilst in oil companies they have varied roles because stakeholders, with or without shareholdings, are somehow invested in the current and future success of the company. This paper briefly looks at the position of oil companies in the controversial role of the holders of a resource that independent users cannot obtain in any other fashion, and discusses the social responsibility of oil companies in the economic, legal, ethical, and philanthropic areas.
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