The Myth of the Corporate Spy

Finder, Joseph
June 2006
Forbes Asia;6/19/2006, Vol. 2 Issue 11, p18
The author discusses his views on corporate espionage. He believes that spies and those who fight them always exaggerate their own importance. Companies that have been involved in issues related to corporate espionage include Air Canada and WestJet Airlines. He asserts that the benefits of corporate espionage are fleeting.


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