I had a couple of jobs that I really enjoyed but were ruined by the shiny-arsed buffoons in 'Mahogany Row' who caused chaos and left or were promoted, leaving behind a mess for me to sort out.
On one memorable occasion at a sales meeting at my blue chip international group the V.P. asked the financial director what sales figure he would be reporting back to the American parent company to which he replied: "No problem. What figure do you have in mind?"
If the sales weren't good enough we'd send a couple of containers of (un-ordered)export product to the docks and produce invoices which weren't sent to the customers. After month end they'd be brought back into stock and be credited (usually around £100k to £150k), so at the start of the new month our sales were already behind by the amount of the returned and credited stock.
Our auditors knew what was going on but turned a blind eye as they didn't want to lose their contract.
All just short-term BS.