A voice from PurchasePro's past

Edwards, John G.
October 2008
Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);10/20/2008, Vol. 25 Issue 42, p16
The article reports that Nevada Senator Bob Beers, the incumbent Republican running for re-election, has linked his opponent Allison Copening to PurchasePro.com, an online software company in Las Vegas. According to Beers, Copening worked for the company, whose top executives committed stock fraud in 1998. Copening states that she worked as the company's marketing director for eight months, ending in January 1998. Copening asserts that she left the company because she did not agree with their poor customer-service standards.


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