And now for the one of the most disappointing--yet unsurprising--news pieces of the month (via NY Times):
"EDF, the giant power utility and the world’s biggest operator of nuclear power plants, was found guilty on Thursday of spying on Greenpeace in a bizarre and convoluted computer hacking case."
Memo to EDF: everyone gets caught eventually (see Madoff, Bernie and Nixon, Watergate). And yes, Greenpeace is probably planning direct action against you for your planned nuclear expansion France. I'm so certain there are more productive ways to deliver sound stakeholder engagement than theft.
Moment of expert insight from the Times: "...the company is unlikely to welcome the renewed scrutiny."