We will be evaluating the recent decisions by Home Depot and Lowes. Each retailer experienced incidents where a customer ostensibly found a “noose” tied at the end of the bulk rope. In response, both retails chains categorically decided to discontinue selling bulk rope across their stores nationwide, just as hurricane season was setting and customers needed rope to secure belongings in the high winds.
The case will explore three topics:
The case will be distributed before the luncheon, but you can reference these articles in advance:
The Business Ethics Forum (BEF) has RESCHEDULED our next luncheon forum to Friday, October 23.
Please CLICK HERE to register for the Business Ethics Forum luncheon at the Coronado Club. The topic is timely and space is limited due to social distancing requirements.
What: Case Discussion Luncheon
Where: Coronado Club
911 Milam (Downtown), 5th floor
When: Friday, October 23rd
12:15 – 1:30 PM
How: Gentlemen, please wear a jacket.
All: please wear a mask upon entering the Coronado Club and use the hand sanitizer at the entrance. Masks can be removed as soon as you have a glass in your hand!
Also, our next Business Ethics Forum reception is scheduled for Wednesday, November 18th, also at the Coronado Club. We are grateful to David Finan and EIV Capital for sponsoring this reception and Hillary Holmes who will be our speaker that evening. Hillary is a partner in the Houston office of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, Co-Chair of the firm's Capital Markets practice group, and a member of the firm's Securities Regulation and Corporate Governance, Energy and Infrastructure, Oil and Gas, M&A and Private Equity practice groups. She is a frequent advisor and speaker of issues of “ESG”, and she will address this issues when she joins us on Wednesday, November 18. More details to follow, but you may CLICK HERE TO REGISTER for this reception NOW.
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