Dee found it hard to believe how easy it was to dissolve a business that had taken her 40 years to build.
The move to the uptown location had been too pricey, and the timing of the market crash hadn’t helped.
Dee sat in the empty board room.
She grimaced as she looked at the pathetic arrangement of flowers sent by her biggest competitor, and cried as she gazed at the smaller arrangement sent by her “loyal” secretary, who had been with her from the start.
Good employees were hard to find.
Dee should have been less trusting.
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