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Employee privacy scrutinised after Boeing chief's departure

The vexing issues of workplace affairs and employee privacy are in the spotlight again since Harry Stonecipher, the 68-year-old chief of aerospace giant Boeing, was asked to leave the company after a relationship with a co-worker came to light.

12th March, 2005

The vexing issues of workplace affairs and employee privacy are in the spotlight again since Harry Stonecipher, the 68-year-old chief of aerospace giant Boeing, was asked to leave the company after a relationship with a co-worker came to light.

Stonecipher was coaxed out of retirement 15months ago to help rehabilitate Boeing after it was enmeshed in a scandal about misconduct during a bid for a Pentagon contract.

His departure has brought further ignominy on the...

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