- The Washington Times - Thursday, February 1, 2007

There’s a company, which I won’t name, that is planning a reorganization. There will be various details to work out and a fair amount of money will be spent to implement this.

Another firm had a rotten second half of 2006, and is shuffling its operations to become more productive in this new year.

I learned this because people who were either sitting next to or in front of me on an aircraft this week were working on what appeared to be rather confidential presentations on their notebook PCs. Each was in my line of sight and, well, I saw.

I didn’t make notes, and I won’t spill the details. But if you are flying somewhere on sensitive business, either get one of those 3M Corp. computer privacy filters, or book first class, to spread out, or play some PC game. You never know who’s within your range, and whether they’ll be less discrete than you’d want.

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