Read more in the link above.The former chief executive of camera company Olympus says he believes up to $1.3 billion in unjustified payments made by the company may have gone to the Japanese mafia.
Briton Michael Woodford, who was the first non-Japanese to be appointed to run Olympus in its 92-year history,
alleges he was ousted at a board meeting almost two weeks ago for questioning where the payments went.
He was reportedly told by a disdainful Japanese colleague to go "catch a bus to the airport".
The scandal has shaken the blue-chip company and sent its share price into free fall.