They were all warned not to unionize, but they ignored the warning and now everything is over. An existential one, even. Who pays for the entity to continue to operate?
Bite The Hand That Feeds You
All of it in the beginning, as a matter of fact. If not for him, and him alone, the entity would have never existed in the first place. Some things are in your control and some things are not, but you can never lose sight of where the money comes from and how much is going out. Apparently a group of writers in the New York bureau got the bright idea rather than attempt to perhaps find a way to create more revenue for their company helping with advertising sales maybe?
It was just one bureau, the New York one, that decided they wanted to unionize, and that was enough of a signal to Ricketts that his business had reached the point of no return. I doubt the pro-union crew in New York spent a whole lot of time trying to figure out how to make their company more money. They jumped off the cliff and took all of their co-workers with them. Mike will be broadcasting live at Salt in Rochelle on Wednesday, Nov.
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