"Let me set up a, what do you call it, a hypothetical for you," Dawn Nettles says in her Texas drawl, her voice roughened around the edges by her daily pack of Misty menthols. "Let's say you're the boss of a company, and you give one of your employees a company credit card." She leans forward in her seat, her eyes sparkling in anticipation. The hypothetical employee, it turns out, charges a personal item on the card, and the card is taken away. As Nettles lays out the scenario, this nefarious individual sneaks into his boss' office, steals the credit card out of her desk and goes out... More >>>
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Eighteen-hour days aren't unusual for Nettles at the office she keeps in her Garland home.