How a giant stumbled and recovered: Lessons from Siemens' near collapse

In 2006 Siemens offices throughout Germany were raided by the country’s federal prosecutors. A bribery scandal had been brewing since 2003, and by November 2006, the raid looked to mark the beginning of the end for the 165-year-old company.But unlike other firms...

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