It is a corporate ethics dilemma made in New York City tabloid heaven. Take one Brazilian native arrested on charges of prostitution, narcotics and money laundering. Accuse her of running a brothel out of her Manhattan apartment. Let the gossip columns have a field day, printing salacious details of the “sugar daddies” providing her gifts of cash and clothes.
And if you’re Time Warner, brace yourself—because your chief financial officer, Wayne Pace... To get the full story, subscribe now.
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