Henry Silverman on Fraud and Recovery

Still repairing damage from Cendant's 1998 scandal, the CEO talks about wrongdoing and what it takes to regain investors' trust

With stories of corporate misbehavior continuing to dominate the news, CEOs are finding themselves and their businesses under intense -- and often uncomfortable -- scrutiny. For Cendant CEO and Chairman Henry F. Silverman, such scrutiny is all too familiar. Some four years after being the subject of the largest financial fraud case in U.S. history, the New York City-based company is still struggling with the aftereffects.

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