Cooking the Books in Bunches

When corporate wrongdoing is considered the norm, companies are better able to rationalize bad behavior and culture. When a corporation is revealed to be up to no good, like the recent Volkswagen scandal for example, the rest of the industry takes notice. For this reason, whistle blowers need to be supported by corporate culture, so that industry-wide practices can be above board both ethically and legally. Read more at the New York Times.