The unabridged, downloadable audiobook edition of Michael Woodford's autobiographical account, Exposure: Inside the Olympus Scandal, read by Roy McMillan.
Shortly after Michael Woodford was made President and CEO of Olympus, his dream job turned into a nightmare. After discovering a series of bizarre mergers and acquisitions deals totalling $1.7 billion, he turned to his fellow executives and within weeks he was fired in a boardroom coup that shocked the international business world. Woodford went straight to the press - becoming the first CEO of a multinational to blow the whistle on his own company. Exposure is a deeply personal memoir that reads like a thriller.
Woodford's story has the hallmarks of a John Grisham novel. A brilliantly gripping book, with a great hero at its heart.
The kind of integrity and courage that Woodford displayed is unusual.
Woodford tells his tale like a thriller. A fine book by a fine man who did the right thing.
A sensational account of a man of great courage and principle who got to the top, and blew the whistle to glorious effect. In the corporate world Woodford is too rare and exceptional a breed.
Michael Woodford took a considerable risk in exposing wrongdoing. He was a study of boldness in action
The most celebrated international whistleblower of recent times... his story is filled with mystery, suspense, duplicity and betrayal
The business book of the year has to be Michael Woodford's Exposure
In a world increasingly dominated by global multinationals, he just felt someone had to speak out
He lost his job for his integrity
Michael Woodford has proven himself a hero, though he never wanted the battle. He risked everything