Genny Lloyd watched open-mouthed as Glenn Holloway came barreling through the room almost at a run, his face beet- red, his expensive jacket slung over his shoulder like an old sweatshirt, and clearly so furious he didn't even know the others were there. When he disappeared into his corner office with a thunderous slam of the door, Genny looked around and asked wonderingly, "What on earth was THAT all about?" "That," said the man next to her, "was about the fact that Oscar has once again wiped the floor with him in a meeting. He can't stand it - he always acts like that afterward. You'll get used to it." Genny was puzzled. "Hasn't Glenn been here longer than Oscar Bruce?" Sure, and that's why it makes Glenn so mad when Oscar pulls off one of these coups. Our fearless leader will spend weeks getting a presentation ready, making sure it's perfect. And then he has to sit there while Oscar just "wings it" effortlessly. Then when the time comes to vote, the votes go to Oscar. You can always tell when he's come out of one of those." Genny was baffled. She hadn't been here long, but she'd had time to learn that Glenn was a capable man who knows the business inside and out. How could Oscar Bruce give him so much trouble, she wondered? Oscar Bruce Gives Advice to Genny