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Michael Woodford was named Business Person of the Year by four major newspapers and won the Financial Times/ArcelorMittal Boldness in Business Person of the Year award. He lives in London.
"A gripping chronicle by a corporate whistle-blower who achieved a stunning victory." --Kirkus Reviews "Exposure treats readers to a fascinating inside look at bare-knuckled corporate governance...[it] should be compulsory reading for company directors and MBA students." --The Economist "Woodford has written a brilliantly gripping book, with a great hero at its heart. His story is all the more frightening for being true." --Rosamund Urwin, The Evening Standard (UK) "Michael Woodford took a considerable risk in exposing wrongdoing. He was a study of boldness in action." --Lionel Barber, editor, Financial Times "Woodford's reaction to the corporate malfeasance and corruption he discov-ered once he reached the top is even more noteworthy, though perhaps not surprising. Throughout his life he had demonstrated a willingness to speak out against what he perceived as treachery, even when it could result in financial harm or personal danger." --Bloomberg BusinessWeek "Michael Woodford could have spent years turning a blind eye to the shady dealings of corporate executives at Olympus. Instead . . . he dove headfirst into allegations of corporate misconduct." --Time, in naming him a 2011 Person Who Mattered "Michael Woodford is a man who did not stand by and do nothing. He stood his ground and he spoke the truth. It's people like him who keep our soci-ety from falling into total darkness. Japan could use more people like him." --Jake Adelstein, author of Tokyo Vice, from the Afterword "He's the most celebrated international whistleblower of recent times. His story is filled with mystery, suspense, and betrayal." --Management Today "Michael Woodford lost his job for his integrity." --The Economist