Standing on stage with the backdrop of a bustling Shanghai behind him, Bill Veghte, fittingly spoke of change within Hewlett-Packard.
Stories by Susan Searle
Unlike the movies, I do remember the seventies. I led a feminist march which culminated in burning my bra, demonstrated against whatever war was on that year and staged sit-ins on campus to promote minority rights. I also spent some essential time at Nimbin, that most famous of Australian communes where the spirit of Aquarius filled us with hope and unity.
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