Believe it or not, things are still capable of getting worse for Olympus. The crisis-struck camera company's latest shame comes via Japanese police and investigators, who have raided the firm's Japanese office.
Fans of gadget fire sales might soon be able to pick up some cheap going-out-of-business Olympus equipment, as the troubled camera maker has admitted to cooking the books for decades. And another senior manager has been sacked.
Tsuyoshi Kikukawa, the President of Olympus who took over as CEO after Brit boss Michael Woodford was booted out for querying mysterious payments, has quit. The company lost over half its value during his short CEO stint. [Reuters]