Office espionage for dummies

Goldman, Bob
July 2000
Business Journal Serving Fresno & the Central San Joaquin Valley;07/03/2000, Issue 322637, p7
Focuses on society's obsession with industrial espionage. Reasons why the author is not bothered about the theft of nuclear secrets from a government laboratory in New Mexico; Items commonly found in the office that may contain incriminating evidence against a company.


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