Biz trip to Europe – part 3

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The day after we arrived in London, Charlie, the head of the UK office, picked us up in the hotel lobby and drove to the office. We spent the morning […]

Impermanence

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Noah and I met up to see a show at the Blue Note sometime in December. It was the last time we’d see each other before he flew to the […]

End of Noah

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I didn’t hear from Noah for a long time after that drunken night. When I emailed him, he would reply but never asked me to see him. After a time, […]

Animal in me

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Another significant whatever-ship had ended around the same time. Noah had two friends, Jamie and Ned. Jamie was a tall, blond, and blue-eyed investment banker, but his appearance was far […]

Biz trip to Europe – part 2

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I had arranged to meet with Jon, the investor, on the first evening of our arrival in London. He came to the hotel in his BMW convertible. He took me […]

Biz trip to Europe – part 1

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They said I couldn’t go to Europe alone because I was a junior and sent Mr. Nomura with me. He only joined the company several months back from a trading […]

Encounter to Mr. N

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Mr. Saito was also taken, but not in the way my bad bosses lost their positions. One of the apostles saw his brilliance and plucked him out of our department. […]

Mr. Tada’s bloody fate

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Mr. Tada had kept his profile low by hiding behind the apostles, but as we lost them one by one to their martyrdom, he became exposed to the radioactive eyes […]

Disgraced apostles

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A few people fell under the spell of the Founder the Great and cited his maxims as if they were the revelation from the above. The men of the management […]

The founder’s great museum

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The acquisition of a fitness gym franchise damaged the company’s star reputation in the stock market, but I still observed it as a better investment than purchasing a sports team. […]