Lab Vultures

In industry we don't bother to "adopt" the goods of labs as described by Caryn Evilia.1 Rather, we are "... self-empowered to reallocate underperforming corporate assets in an effort to maximize shareholder value ...""Stealing" has such a negative connotation.Peter J. BonkRhodes Technologies Coventry, RI peter.bonk@pharma.com

Peter Bonk
Aug 1, 2004

In industry we don't bother to "adopt" the goods of labs as described by Caryn Evilia.1 Rather, we are "... self-empowered to reallocate underperforming corporate assets in an effort to maximize shareholder value ..."

"Stealing" has such a negative connotation.

Peter J. Bonk

Rhodes Technologies Coventry, RI peter.bonk@pharma.com

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