The goings-on at Olympus were baffling three weeks ago. Michael Woodford, the Japanese company’s British president, was fired and then disclosed details of some very odd deals. Something was badly awry but it was hard to fathom why Olympus had wasted $1.4bn on three tiny acquisitions and a ludicrously inflated advisory fee. Read more
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