How many people have been caught in a close down of a company ??

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  1. Petros
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    Petros Senior Member

    unfortunately we need all of them. They are just responses to what society asked for. Not sure we will be better off without them, but they are not going to go away any time soon. They have all been around since the beginning of recorded history, so the chances of doing without them seems rather slim.

  2. tazmann
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    tazmann Senior Member

    Bottom line you have to make a profit to survive, something our politicians don't seem to grasp. I think it's kinda funny we have other states inviting business/ manufacturing to there states, bottom line would be operating cost way less than here .
    One thing that gets me is working folks here have to pay more and more because of the mess were in but all these politicians, officials on and on drawing big wages aren't willing to take a cut to help, same with the ones that retired in the last 10 years or so drawing 100 to 200k a year retirement ?
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