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WINSTON R. HINDLE, JR., NAMED TO HEAD DIGITAL'S OFFICE OF ETHICS AND BUSINESS PRACTICES

 MAYNARD, Mass., Dec. 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Robert B. Palmer, president and CEO of Digital Equipment Corporation, (NYSE: DEC) announced today that Senior Vice President Winston R. Hindle, Jr., has accepted responsibility for the company's newly created Office of Ethics and Business Practices.
 In his new position, Hindle will continue to report to Bob Palmer and will focus on customer needs and the corporation's global business practices.
 "The Office of Ethics and Business Practices was created to ensure that Digital operates well within both the letter and spirit of the requirements in each country where we do business," said Palmer. "Win's work will assure that the behavior of our employees exemplifies the company's core values and the highest standards of business ethics," Palmer continued. "In addition, Win will provide leadership in our effort to integrate a total quality management philosophy in everything we do."
 Hindle, 62, joined Digital in 1962 as assistant to the president. In his 30 years with the company, he has held a series of management positions, which have included responsibility for Marketing, Information Systems, Planning, Business Units, Communications, and Security. He was named vice president, group manager in 1967, and vice president, Corporate Operations in 1978. In 1986, he was named senior vice president.
 Hindle holds a bachelor of arts degree in Physics from Amherst College and a master of science degree in Industrial Management from the Sloan School of Management at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Prior to joining Digital, he directed the Industrial Liaison Program at MIT.
 Digital Equipment Corporation, headquartered in Maynard, Mass., is the leading worldwide supplier of networked computer systems, software and services. Digital pioneered and leads the industry in interactive, distributed and multivendor computing. Digital and its business partners deliver the power to use the best integrated solutions -- from desktop to data center -- in open information environments.
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