A few years ago, two different groups of business people who sold computer hardware headed conferences in Bermuda. One group, members of the Computer Dealers Lessors Association, sat in first class. The others, top resellers of IBM PCs were in coach.

The CDLA folks were older and on top of the world financially. The PC resellers were the aggressive up and comers.

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