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Corporate governance in Muddied Waters

From short-sellers to whistle-blowers, to 'stealth' cyber attacks, companies today are subject to intense scrutiny and would do well to be prepared.

Companies such as Noble have fought back with point-by-point rebuttals and legal action.

WE are on the cusp of a potentially novel trend in corporate governance. For too long, it is always the shareholders demanding more disclosure, more transparency, better governance from the company's management. The board is used as the potent instrument which can enforce stronger accountability