Weasels at Work

Recession. Layoffs. Corporate scandal and stupidity. Yes, it's a great time to be Dilbert

Enron. Arthur Andersen. Dynegy. ImClone. Global Crossing. A lot hashappened in the business world since we last checked in with Dilbert. The beleaguered, bespectacled office worker was oppressed during the downsizing era. He "was feeling his oats a little bit" during the dotcom boom and "became a little more insolent and sarcastic at work," in the words of his creator, Scott Adams. Now, says Adams, Dilbert has "reached a depth of cynicism." That cynicism is on full display in the first new Dilbert book to appear in four years: Dilbert and the Way of the Weasel, about to be published by...

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