ON OR OFF COURSE? By Molly Carr
Being President of the Company was what he enjoyed since decision-making was meat and drink to him. And, of course, he lived like a Prince on his vast income.
Now he was on his way to see the widow of one of his business rivals. It was important to wake her up to the necessity of keeping the firm viable – at least until he could organise an advantageous takeover bid.
Half-way to the house he changed his mind. Neither the business nor the woman would be any use to him. All that it needed was to ask his secretary to send a large basket of expensive flowers, along with a printed message of condolence.
Without wavering – true to himself – he turned the Masarati and made for the nearest golf course.