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FBI Probes Scandal Uncovered By Olympus CEO

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Steve Inskeep talks with Jonathan Soble of the Financial Times about a scandal that has engulfed the Japanese camera and medical device maker Olympus. Ex-CEO Michael Woodford, a rare non-Japanese CEO, was ousted after he brought into the open massive and possibly improper payments that Olympus paid to two little-known "advisory firms" as part of an acquisition several years ago. The FBI is now investigating.
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