Olympus whistleblower lands TV deal as Japan faces wave of fresh scandals

Mr Woodford, who now advises on corporate governance, business in Japan, and campaigns to protect whistle-blowers, said: “Japanese executives are prepared to compromise their own integrity – and often commit illegal acts – in a perverted view [that …
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