I mean, I'm glad, but at one point I really thought that significant cuts would follow. Probably the reason why there are still no cuts is that attrition is not slowing down?
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Jimmy and Bobby are weirdly appropriate names for the state of RVBD
What a circus show. Apollo is sponsoring it this time?
My money says: Bobby got canned, Jimmy jumped ship.
do you think they were fired?
Better late then never!! If the replacement is even halfway competent, Riverbed might just last the year.....
@amym+1iYSNuFI It looks like you got your wish. What now?
if staffs resign, the company does not need to compensate the staff based on the number of years work in the company.
Given the cuts to operational expenses, the decreases debt servicing, and, yes, attrition, Riverbed can probably limp along for a while. But at some point management is going to have to put on its grown-up pants and actually fix the company's many, many problems if Riverbed is going to have any kind of real chance of long-term survival, and that's going to mean making a clean sweep of the dimwitted mediocrities currently occupying the C-suite. In other words, I'll believe the company has a shot at surviving when I see Agnes's "regretful farewell" letter. Until then, keep your resumes up to date, kids.