Re: ply to Grant: corporate behavior

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Date: Sat Feb 09 2002 - 15:52:10 GMT

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    On Saturday, February 9, 2002, at 09:07 , Lawrence DeBivort wrote:

    > And even management is no longer 'management': we see, at least in US
    > corporations more and more of a tendency for managers and executives to
    > see
    > the company as a thing they can loot, [smip]
    > And perhaps our non-US colleagues can comment on whether this seems to
    > be a
    > US phenomenon only?

    I highly doubt that this is a phenomenon limited to the US.

    So, we'll see what those across the globe say. Then again, they're used
    to just finding fault on this side, and not on theirs. It's part of the
    human condition. The grass may be greener, therefore, sour.

    - Wade

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