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February 4, 1987

YOU’RE NOT ONLY MISQUOTED BUT IN WORDS YOU WOULDN’T USE!

By CBR Staff Writer

So there you are, you’ve given an interview to Businessweek as an expert on the subject – the Storage Technology bankruptcy as it happens – and you dash to the newsstand to pick up your copy and freeze; how can you show that to your Ma, your friends – not only have they misquoted you, but they’ve done it by putting words into your mouth that nobody but a Californian or a nerd ever uses: that was the unhappy experience of Jerry Lazar over at Technology News of America, who, as the greatest living expert on the Storage Technology bankruptcy apart from Judge Roland Grumbaugh himself was quoted as saying that one of the company’s new products might well put it in the cat-bird seat.

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