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Bloomberg: “Zero Tolerance? Toshiba Tries Opposite in Accounting Scandal”

– Thirty executives named in accounting scandal won't be fired
– Ousted board members stay on the payroll as advisers

“The rule at GE is one strike and you’re out,” said Nicholas Benes, representative director of the Board Director Training Institute of Japan. “What I’m seeing is something closer to 100 percent tolerance at Toshiba.”

Bloomberg: “Zero Tolerance? Toshiba Tries Opposite in Accounting Scandal”

– Thirty executives named in accounting scandal won't be fired
– Ousted board members stay on the payroll as advisers

“The rule at GE is one strike and you’re out,” said Nicholas Benes, representative director of the Board Director Training Institute of Japan. “What I’m seeing is something closer to 100 percent tolerance at Toshiba.”

Bloomberg: “Zero Tolerance? Toshiba Tries Opposite in Accounting Scandal”

– Thirty executives named in accounting scandal won't be fired
– Ousted board members stay on the payroll as advisers

“The rule at GE is one strike and you’re out,” said Nicholas Benes, representative director of the Board Director Training Institute of Japan. “What I’m seeing is something closer to 100 percent tolerance at Toshiba.”

Bloomberg: “Zero Tolerance? Toshiba Tries Opposite in Accounting Scandal”

– Thirty executives named in accounting scandal won't be fired
– Ousted board members stay on the payroll as advisers

“The rule at GE is one strike and you’re out,” said Nicholas Benes, representative director of the Board Director Training Institute of Japan. “What I’m seeing is something closer to 100 percent tolerance at Toshiba.”

Bloomberg: “Zero Tolerance? Toshiba Tries Opposite in Accounting Scandal”

– Thirty executives named in accounting scandal won't be fired
– Ousted board members stay on the payroll as advisers

“The rule at GE is one strike and you’re out,” said Nicholas Benes, representative director of the Board Director Training Institute of Japan. “What I’m seeing is something closer to 100 percent tolerance at Toshiba.”

Bloomberg: “Zero Tolerance? Toshiba Tries Opposite in Accounting Scandal”

– Thirty executives named in accounting scandal won't be fired
– Ousted board members stay on the payroll as advisers

“The rule at GE is one strike and you’re out,” said Nicholas Benes, representative director of the Board Director Training Institute of Japan. “What I’m seeing is something closer to 100 percent tolerance at Toshiba.”

Bloomberg: “Zero Tolerance? Toshiba Tries Opposite in Accounting Scandal”

– Thirty executives named in accounting scandal won't be fired
– Ousted board members stay on the payroll as advisers

“The rule at GE is one strike and you’re out,” said Nicholas Benes, representative director of the Board Director Training Institute of Japan. “What I’m seeing is something closer to 100 percent tolerance at Toshiba.”

Bloomberg: “Zero Tolerance? Toshiba Tries Opposite in Accounting Scandal”

– Thirty executives named in accounting scandal won't be fired
– Ousted board members stay on the payroll as advisers

“The rule at GE is one strike and you’re out,” said Nicholas Benes, representative director of the Board Director Training Institute of Japan. “What I’m seeing is something closer to 100 percent tolerance at Toshiba.”

Bloomberg: “Zero Tolerance? Toshiba Tries Opposite in Accounting Scandal”

– Thirty executives named in accounting scandal won't be fired
– Ousted board members stay on the payroll as advisers

“The rule at GE is one strike and you’re out,” said Nicholas Benes, representative director of the Board Director Training Institute of Japan. “What I’m seeing is something closer to 100 percent tolerance at Toshiba.”

Bloomberg: “Zero Tolerance? Toshiba Tries Opposite in Accounting Scandal”

– Thirty executives named in accounting scandal won't be fired
– Ousted board members stay on the payroll as advisers

“The rule at GE is one strike and you’re out,” said Nicholas Benes, representative director of the Board Director Training Institute of Japan. “What I’m seeing is something closer to 100 percent tolerance at Toshiba.”

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