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“It's obvious that the company isn't doing well.”
“Who are you leaning towards?”
“I work for a small bridal wear manufacturer.”
“We have over 300 locations across the U.S. and Canada.”
“It might seem like no big deal, but it reflects badly on the entire organization.”
“So were you transferred here, or did you move voluntarily?”
“Well, currently I'm an accountant at a commercial real estate company.”
“The company was established in Silicon Valley in 1983.”
“They are widely recognized as the world's leading solar energy company.”
“I financed the entire company out of my own pocket.”
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