From the introduction:
Joseph Enrikesson was the advertising manager for TransTechnic, Inc. He got to his position mostly by convincing Important People that an ad manager was what the company needed. He didn't actually do much. Except spend TransTechnic's money on lavish cruises and executive dinner parties. He was very popular in the marketing world, and rubbed a lot of elbows. But when his subordinates made one too many mistakes, those same people decided maybe they didn't need an ad manager after all. And Enrikesson was liquidated. Literally.
But he left behind a lot of financial wreckage. Among his many vices, Enrikesson enjoyed braindance. He spent a few million having a super-realistic Virtual Reality created in TransTechnic's mainframe. Even after his death, the program remained. No one knew it existed. Until one night, a hot-rodded 'runner named Yojimbo busted in.
This scenario originally appeared in Pyramid (Issue 17 - Jan 1996)