Corporate America Faces Naked Truth
The phone hasn't stopped ringing over at Playboy. As soon as the August issue of the magazine -- which features female employees of failed energy company Enron -- hit newsstands, the magazine began getting a flood of calls from women from other troubled companies wanting to pose nude, too, reports Reuters. "We started getting calls from female employees at both WorldCom and Arthur Andersen," said Gary Cole, the magazine's director of photography. The hopefuls were instructed to send in a recent photograph of themselves in a two-piece swimsuit and a head-and-shoulders shot, as well as proof of employment.
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