CORPORATE DIRECTORS AND PERSONAL ACCOUNTABILITY
I guess it depends what they did, if it could be proved that they deliberatly harmed the company for personal benefit, yes.
What about "criminal negligence?"
Eliot Spitzer, one of my new heroes! Amazing that some of these bigwigs, like Ken Lay-Down-and-Die-PLEASE (do I seem a bit ANGRY at the man?) are dyed-in-the-wool Republicans, who constantly preach a mantra of personal responsibility while pulling off these crimes, then tossing up their hands and crying, "It's not OUR fault!" the minute the fecal matter hits the rotating blades. If it happened on your watch, and you're walking away with a fat bankroll for making the mistakes that the common man is paying for with lost jobs and pensions, then YES, YOU PAY.
criminal negligence is an good example of when they should be held personally accountable