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UWB startup TZero shuts down

2/12/2009 02:00 PM EST
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re: UWB startup TZero shuts down
eng1230   2/18/2009 4:02:31 PM
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The startups have turned out to be one of the most unproductive outfits. If 9 out of 10 fail with employees putting in long hours for meager salaries, does it not qualify as unproductive? Having been in many startups that is the way I see them.

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lwirbel   2/12/2009 4:21:17 PM
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Last week?? Now that's a definite case of "Elliot Abrams version of the truth," i.e., if you don't ask precisely the right question, I'll give you an incomplete answer. Krishnamoorthy had to know where conditions were at, this was simply gross misrepresentation.

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