The Globe and Mail Inc
An architect of one of the biggest corporate frauds in history offered a blunt mea culpa and dished out advice to Canadian governance experts on Tuesday, urging company boards to make decisions as though the business was family owned.
Andrew Fastow, the former chief financial officer of Enron Corp., admitted to the Canadian Society of Corporate Secretaries that he was “always a little surprised” to be invited to speak about ethics to business groups.
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