Monday, November 4, 2013

#page462 You can make a killing in business

Business often engages in heated competition, but in most cases said competition does not lead to death.

There are exceptions:

William Fowler, the head of the small Adams County, Colorado company Fowler Software Design, shot his former employee Thomas Ciancio three times in the head in December 2009 then attempted suicide using the same gun, possibly because Ciancio confronted him about large amounts of money he had funneled from the company into a church or charity.

For the identity of the "church or charity," read entry number 5 in this collection of "10 Business Execs Suspected of Murder."

But what if killing becomes a standard part of legitimate business?

It could happen.

Stay tuned; more details tomorrow in the Empoprise-BI business blog.
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