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In a case which some have called a "landmark,” the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) put directors and executives on notice that they will be held personally accountable for wrongdoing at the firms they oversee. Alleging that they had failed to exercise statutory duties of care and diligence at crucial board meetings, ASIC filed a civil suit against 11 officials from casino operator Star Entertainment.

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