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September 25, 2009

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Sharon McEachern

This summer there was another example, albeit a humorous one, of AT&T not recognizing that something didn't smell right.

An AT&T employee tried to fix what had gone afoul only to require the evacuation of 325 employees and arrival of 50 firefighters, 18 emergency vehicles and a hazmat team. Ethic Soup blog has more on AT&T at:

http://www.ethicsoup.com/2009/05/att-calls-911-cleaning-fridge-of-rotten-food-sickens-office.html

arrowrod

Great.
$10 million in legal fees to collect $3.2 million.

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