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Allegations don't help investors

June 17, 2007

Regarding "Women claim lives with WellPoint exec," June 14: I realize that executives at publicly traded companies should be held accountable for their actions. However, a story about allegations of adultery made against a former executive is completely worthless to investors who follow WellPoint. Claims are made against executives all the time, and when they involve personal matters, they belong in gossip columns, not front and center in a business section with sophisticated readers.

EVAN PONDEL

West Los Angeles

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