Just because a company is transglobal in scope doesn't mean it's the same
Mark works for
a large international company, Siemens.
Not to be confused with Siemens Stromberg Carlson, which is across the street
from him. Nor from Siemens Rolm, which, if it still exists, is down the
street from him. I don't recall exactly which Siemens he works for (and for
that matter, I doubt if Mark recalls either) but while they may be all
wholly owned subsidiaries of Siemens, they are in fact, vicious enemies that
charge each other twice as much for the same equipment their competitors
would sell them.
Why this should be remains a mystery that only PHBs can fully understand
(without their heads exploding).
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