HONORABLE LIVERY? A chauffeur quits and goes to one of your competitors. You notice that a big account you had no longer calls. You see the chauffeur in the airport with the client. What do you do? Additionally, what do you do when a chauffeur shows up at your door and tells you that he has a book of business? Do you take it? What’s good for the goose is good for the gander? Or is it honor among thieves? Are there ethics in this industry?
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