9 December 2012

An Overheard Business Conversation

Filed under: Culture, Reflections — ktismatics @ 8:37 am

[This is the abridged version.]

“That’s so unfair/unprofessional/unjust/sleazy/mean/backstabbing/reprehensible!”

“It’s just business.”



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