1.How can the fraud triangle be applied to explain Toshiba’s fraud and reveal the motives behind it? (http://www.acfe.com/fraud-triangle.aspx)
2. What are the issues at Toshiba from the point of view of its stakeholders (especially the investors)?
3. What are the ethical issues in this case? What would you do if you were in the same situation as the Toshiba employees?
4. What options are available for the company moving forward? How can it prevent such fraud in the future?
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