Loblaw Inc. and Rana Plaza
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A business professor who teaches sustainability must decide whether to sell his shares in the Canadian company, Loblaw Inc., after learning that the company produced garments for its clothing line in a Bangladeshi garment factory that collapsed, killing 1,127 workers.
This case can be used to explore crisis management, crisis communications and the ethics of investing in companies that use cheap labor in developing countries.
Canada; Bangladesh, Large, 2013
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