> I'll start by consulting ($$/hour plus 1.5*OT) for TTTTTTTT.
> After that we talk about them invoking their right-to-hire clause.
> I might make VP. The project is great inasmuch as I'm starting it
> from scratch; it's not only not burdened by legacy code, but I
> can even pick the hardware. I'm "up" but also worried about the
> The application is X risk analysis and XX for investors. It connects
> to a front end for a trading system.
> I put a lot of working into talking my new boss into me giving the
> normal 2 weeks notice at Salomon (they wanted me yesterday), because
> my current project is nearing a critical point. But my Salomon boss
> said just do a handoff now and leave.
> I am upset. I was trying to be professional.
Anyway, that seems the full scoop.
********** end excerpt from 'Corruption at Salomon Brothers' **********
Notice my 'Boy, email is one cheap detective!' observation; Legal had talked
about hiring a private investigator prior to that.
The "perp" not only named his new job, he gave his full job description,
pay rates, and his personal thoughts on matters.
The case was accepted by NYC Assistant US Prosecutor Jeremy Temkin - the
person assigned the Citibank wire-transfer theft. He said they never figured
out who the inside person was.
The interesting thing was that it turns out the people who investiga