MISSION IMPOSSIBLE FOR LEGAL TOP GUN? ; BAE Is Set to Appoint Lord Woolf as Head of a Business Ethics Committee Designed to Restore the Reputation of the Battered Defence Giant. by David Prosser ++ Business Analysis
Prosser, David, The Independent (London, England)
Mike Turner, chief executive of BAE Systems, had hoped yesterday might prove to be a turning point in his attempts to restore confidence in Britain's biggest defence company, which has spent much of the past six months doggedly battling accusations of corruption.
While the BBC was last night due finally to broadcast the Panorama programme that it had been trailing for the previous 10 days, Mr Turner knew the documentary would include no new revelations about BAE's involvement in secret payments to the Saudi Arabian royal family.
Meanwhile, he had been expecting to spend the day putting the final touches to his plan for the launch of an independent …
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Publication information: Article title: MISSION IMPOSSIBLE FOR LEGAL TOP GUN? ; BAE Is Set to Appoint Lord Woolf as Head of a Business Ethics Committee Designed to Restore the Reputation of the Battered Defence Giant. by David Prosser ++ Business Analysis. Contributors: Prosser, David - Author. Newspaper title: The Independent (London, England). Publication date: June 12, 2007. Page number: Not available. © 2009 The Independent - London. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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