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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Arik5405, Jan 9, 2012.
Link to article: Lawsuit: Former CompUSA executives stole millions
Is this about Goosemaster?
copy the text here? bullshit website forces you to register to read
I'm not logged in, but I can read it just fine?
It works fine for me too.
Didn't require me to register either.
Works for me, did not have to register.
More links, same article.
Odd, I was able to read it just fine, but here is the text for anyone having trouble
In my experience, all to some of the things described here happens at most small private companies with heavy ties to the founders (as execs) usually at smaller scales.
So that's where my Tiger Direct rebate went! :hmm:
From the linked article.
When stuff like that happens at a bank, wall street or at congress, nobody cares. In fact, its expected.
If it happens anywhere else, its news worthy?
Silence! that's not very patriotic of you, talking like that.
Guess they were watching too much Arrested Development.
But, but,,, shouldn't the wall street bankers and congress be held to the same standards as everyone else?
Didn't the wall street banks ask for a bail out in 2008, and then give their employees multimillion dollar bonuses funded by tax payers?
But when CompUSA/TigerDirect executives figure out a way to make a few million extra dollars, its posted all over the news?
I think I see a double standard in the news.
Why does this not surprise me at all.