Saturday October 3 6:43 AM EDT
Starr Report Cuts Into U.S. Productivity
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Employees reading the juicy details of the relationship between President Clinton and Monica Lewinsky on the Internet cost American companies almost $500 million in lost productivity, according to a report released Friday.
San Diego software company NetPartners Internet Solutions Inc. said about 13.5 million workers downloaded Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr's report to Congress or the president's videotaped grand jury testimony at work over the past two weeks.
could this be the straw that breaks the camel's back? ;-)
Jim Devine jdevine at popmail.lmu.edu & http://clawww.lmu.edu/Departments/ECON/jdevine.html