France Télécom bosses' trial: the witness for those who died


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It was ten years ago, on June 17th 2009, when Yves Minguy began to slip, almost overnight, into a severe depression. That day, Minguy, a France Télécom computer systems developer, recognised and respected in the company for his competence, was told by his manager that he would be transferred within 12 days to answer the phone at a customer call centre.