I tend not to mix up my journalism and archaeology that often, but thought there might be some interest in a recent investigation into a healthcare company based in Hong Kong called Mingyuan Medicare and a possible US$63 million fraud:
It reads like a story from Sherlock Holmes or a locked room mystery. But the case of Mingyuan Medicare and the missing Rmb420 million (US$62.9 million) involves a boardroom coup, fake bank accounts, and a company that could well be brought low by circumstances beyond its control. It certainly leaves as many questions as it does answers.
You can read the full story of Mingyuan Medicare and the missing Rmb420 million here.