March 02, 2009

Austin Tech Outfit Screws Shareholders, Employees and Taxpayers


Several weeks ago Spansion, a Texas-based chip manufacturer, laid-off a large group of its employees [160] in an effort [supposedly] to increase the company's cash flow.

Last week the company raised the salary of its executives.

A few days later Spansion filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

These actions smell like month-old fish!

Who is protecting the shareholders, former employees and taxpayers? Apparently no one!

Where are Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott and Legislators when you need them?

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Posted by pstern at March 2, 2009 10:02 AM

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