May 12th, 2016 (US EST: 11th, 18:00). Lockheed Martin Executive office Mayland Bethesda, U.S.
The young woman comfortably sat cross-legged in a leather sofa inside the marble-floored, elegantly decorated executive's office. She gave a purposeful smile towards Clayton Kershaw, the CEO of Lockheed Martin.
This young woman, who could show a relaxed attitude towards the CEO of Lockheed Martin, was one of two things: either she was a secret loveror she was someone who had political or economic power that rivaled Clayton Kershaw. It seemed she was closer to the latter. Had she been a lover, she would have met him at a hotel or a private lodge rather than at the executive's office for the public.
Clayton Kershaw's first words to her were, "Our sales have reached $130 billion, triple from the previous year. All within the first half of this year."