Disheveled Ann Baskins stood on September 28 before a congressional committee investigating the Hewlett-Packard Company spying scandal. Baskins's eyes were puffy, her face wan, her forehead deeply lined, and her usually neatly kept hair was pulled back and askew. Just hours earlier she had made the painful decision to resign as general counsel of the giant computer company. Standing before the committee, she held her right hand in the air and swore to tell the truth. Then, on the first question, Baskins exe
Saw No Evil
January 1, 2007
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