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THE FOX IN CHARGE: ... of the biggest henhouse in Canada!
White-collar crime thrives in Canada because of greedy executives, slack legislation, complacent politicians, self-serving regulators, ill-equipped prosecutors, unscrupulous lawyers, institutionally-biased judges, and lazy business journalists who do little more than regurgitate press releases and curry the favour of over-indulged CEOs in desperate quests...
White-collar crime thrives in Canada because of greedy executives, slack legislation, complacent politicians, self-serving regulators, ill-equipped prosecutors, unscrupulous lawyers, institutionally-biased judges, and lazy business journalists who do little more than regurgitate press releases and curry the favour of over-indulged CEOs in desperate quests for shallow interviews - contrasting starkly with the comprehensive effectiveness of political journalists. Robert Astley pocketed about $20-million by fraudulently destroying Canada's best life-insurance company, and then cheated his own community by financing an unethical leasing deal that destroyed the financial and political integrity of the City of Waterloo, Ontario. If he had not crossed from corporate solitude to high public office - and corrupted the mandatory pension plan that controls the enforced savings of 17-million Canadians - Astley's fundamental flaws might never have been exposed. This book forces a fresh look at the functions of corporations, government, and the news media. The Fox In Charge is destined to become a lively textbook for schools of business, law, accounting, and journalism - a meticulously-detailed report of one unscrupulous executive's destructive path that exposed serious weaknesses throughout the Canadian system.
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