What's wrong with this company?

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I’m not talking about your organization. I’m talking about that company in your vendor master files. A recent report from Moody’s found some downright silly attributes about shell companies.[1] One that jumped out at me was the identification of 2,200 companies with directors aged 123 or above. Good healthcare is one thing, but 123-year-olds aren’t very common—particularly since the oldest known person lived to age 122. One director apparently is 942 years old.[2]

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