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Eddie’s Dilemma*

When Eddie received his Master’s Degree in Bio-Chemistry
from a top university, he was overwhelmed with job offers.  He decided to work for HappyPlace, Inc.,
where he did research and development of various household cleaning
products.  He enjoyed his job and was
very good at it.

One day, after he had been working for 10 years, he got some
bad news.  HappyPlace, Inc. was being
taken over by Bigfoot, Inc.  Bigfoot had
its own R & D department and staff, so Eddie and his colleagues in the R
& D department at HappyPlace were no longer needed and their employment was

Eddie didn’t expect much trouble finding a new position, but
the economy was very different from when he left school, and several months
went by with no success.  Soon it was two
years and Eddie was very discouraged. 
His wife was working two jobs and he and the children hardly saw
her.  They were having trouble making
their mortgage payment, and were in danger of losing their home to foreclosure.

Then Eddie was contacted by a recruiter about a job managing
the R & D department at Devious, Inc. 
Devious was a cigarette manufacturer, and though Eddie was opposed to
cigarette smoking, he was intrigued by the offer to do research into making
less toxic cigarettes.  He took the job,
which paid much more than his old job and included many benefits.

Eddie’s wife was able to quit both of her jobs and the
family was finally financially stable. 
Things were going very well until Eddie discovered that his company was
not really interested in making safer cigarettes.  As a matter of fact, they were adding
ingredients to their product to make them more addictive, which increased the
chance that smokers would develop cancer or other diseases.

Eddie went to the management of Devious to discuss his
findings, but he was told to mind his own business.  He was also reminded that he had signed a
confidentiality agreement so that he was not allowed to tell the public about
what he discovered.

Eddie does not want to work for a company that is actively
trying to make people sick.  He wants to
expose their activities to the public. But he needs the job, and he did sign
the confidentiality agreement.

If Eddie were a Utilitarian,

1. Would he stay or quit?

2. Would he make his findings
public or stay quiet?

Answer each question in a one page,
double spaced, 12 point font essay. Describe the process Eddie would use to
make his decision.

At least one reference APA formatted

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