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Re: In an attempt to guarantee the security of its innovative [#permalink] New post 31 Aug 2010, 14:25
I picked D initially too, missing the pronoun error of using "them" for "each employee"

C sounds good now
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Re: In an attempt to guarantee the security of its innovative [#permalink] New post 31 Aug 2010, 15:20
C fellas...it's right. "them" is plural so it has to be "it"
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Re: In an attempt to guarantee the security of its innovative [#permalink] New post 31 Aug 2010, 18:17
noboru: the correct idiom is "prohibit x from doing y"
But the problem with D is "them" can refer to company or employee.
Hence "C" is correct.

X PROHIBITS THAT Y BE Z = this is unidiomatic. "that" cannot be used for nouns which is used in this sentence (MGMAT SC - chapter on pronouns)
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