Quote of the Year
Patricia C. Dunn, the former Hewlett-Packard chairwoman, made her first court appearance on Thursday after being charged in connection with a spying operation at the company. She has been charged together with four others.
“Investigations, by their nature, are intrusive,” Ms. Dunn said, according to a press release issued by CBS News. “If you think that Hewlett-Packard is the only company that has an investigations force — which by the way, is peopled mostly with former law enforcement officers that do all kinds of private detective work, monitoring, posing as other people in order to solve problems to protect shareholder value — you’re being naïve.”
And here is an image of Jeff Kindler, CEO Pfizer, who employs former FBI agents, happily posing in front of monitors in Pfizer's hi-tech restricted access security and monitoring bunker.