The Assistants by Camille Perri

) This is the story of what was meant to be a one-time crime for the assistant of a CEO of one of the biggest, richest conglomerates in the world. What started as a slick maneuver for the underpaid executive assistant to simply pay off her student loans quickly grew to include more needy employees in the mix.

Eventually, the scheme grows so ballsy as to make a very public charity that runs off of the company’s money. It isn’t long before questions get asked, and a way to cover up the mess is required. Luckily, the “modern-day Robinhood” story has a satisfactory ending, and unlike reality, a little bit of equality was restored.

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