In 1991, Will King had a job he loved. He was business development director for a corporate-events company, earned a good wage with decent benefits and genuinely enjoyed what he did. Then the UK went into recession and he was made redundant.
Michael Woodford, Olympus CEO, uncovered a terrible scandal in his workplace. As a result, his life fell apart. If blowing the whistle can result in blacklisting, unwanted publicity and even jail time, is it worth the risk?