Poor corporate governance makes business headlines

September 15, 2003
L. Neal Freeman, MD, MBA,FACS

Dr. Freeman, president and founder of CPR Analysts, Melbourne, FL. He is a practicing ophthalmic plastic surgeon and a certified specialist in physician coding.

Business publications have been dominated recently by stories of corporate tricks, distortions, falsehoods, and a wide variety of other malfeasance. Corporate governance is thus receiving attention like never before. It has been a topic of major concern at the executive, legislative, and judicial branches of government as well as in society at large.