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Business

 

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Tabitha N

 

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March 23, 2015

 

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However, a closer look at the Coca-Cola Company, its corporate culture and allegations of corruption paint a less than rosy picture of the soft drink leader. A Coca-Cola employee named Matthew Whitley made a splash when he was fired on March 26, 2003 and then sued the Coca-Cola company a couple of months later for the large sum of forty five million on the grounds that he had been fired in retaliation for raising concerns about accounting fraud and other misconduct...
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He was fired just five days after sending his allegations to the company's top lawyer. When Coke balked, Whitley turned for relief to a new legislation: the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002. He filed for whistle-blower protection under the act's section 806 provisions and initiated federal investigations into the Coca-Cola Company...
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