Courtney A. Nelthropp was a classic corporate success. He had been at IBM since 1971. Starting out in sales, Nelthropp had moved up to comptroller of the $5 billion national accounts division by 1985. In 1989, he was earning $117,000 a year, plus options, as director of resource planning for Big Blue's $25 billion information systems group.
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