|December 1995Lessons learned from the IBM, AT&T antitrust cases...
Some trustbusters arent
necessarily the corporate shareholders enemies; (Baxter - IBM case)
Some trustbusters arent necessarily the American consumers friends;
(Baxter - AT&T case)
So if youre up to here in antitrust sin,
Hold your fear and thrust up your chin.
Above all, have faith and never despair!
Just point at the Japanese and shout: Look whos there! Look whos there!
And while the Capitol Gang slash and bash the men from overseas,
Hire the best board directors money can buy in Washington, Disease.
Have them find you a new "Billy-boy Baxter;"
Hell put your Humpty-Dumpty together - faster.
"Justice is blind..."
|"Laws are like spider webs. If some poor weak creature comes
up against them - it is caught. But the bigger one can break through and get away."
Solon (a Greek philosopher- c.630-c.555 B.C.)
Source: ANNEX BULLETIN 89-17 (3/07/89)
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