Caution: Fraud Overhead - The transition from a family-owned, micro company to a mid-sized company can be perilous as illustrated by this case of a controller who buried thefts of thousands of dollars in an overhead account. The moral: Owners-CEOs must ensure that internal controls are sufficient to detect theft when a company's growth exceeds the founder's original "walk-around" span of control.
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|Contributors:||MacArthur, John B.; Waldrup, Bobby E.; Fane, Gary R.|
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