After the presentation, Matthew approached Linda and began his pursuit. Back at the company's New York offices, Matthew started calling her to chat and ask for advice about the business. And it was comforting to know that the guy in charge thought I was doing a great job," recalls Linda, who was one of the few women in CBS's senior ranks at the time.Before long, the honcho, who had seldom been seen on the floor where Linda worked, began appearing at her office.I didn’t update my relationship status during this time, and some of the encounters were very short-lived (restricted to one date or to weeks of conversation amounting to nothing at all).
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A titan of industry is sent to prison after she's caught insider trading.
When she emerges ready to rebrand herself as America's latest sweetheart, not everyone she screwed over is so quick to forgive and forget.
Below, seven stories of professionals who followed their hearts, only to find themselves in surprising places and compromising positions. If You Date the Boss's Boss, You Can Kiss Your Job Good-Bye The flirting began after Linda*, a young vice president for a division of CBS, gave a presentation at an out-of-town convention.
Maybe it was something the confident VP said, or the way she said it, or how she looked-but something caught the eye of Matthew, a top CBS executive who was in the audience.
Somewhere, very soon, in a small office or a large high-rise, two pairs of eyes will meet-then lock.
A lunch date will follow, or perhaps drinks, and suddenly the workaday grind will become a heart-stopping romance, filled with excitement, drama, sex (if you're lucky), and danger.
Manu Varma works his heart out for three months under his cruel boss.