CEO's resigning??

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    Let's see, the left wants to create a conspiracy about what? Europe is in a mess because Germany is desperate to rescue the Euro. The first four examples relate to politics, Europe and then there is the Moscow one. US based Acer's sales declined 10% in the last year and Olympus decined 7%. In America the economic climate is healthy if stockholders have an input and the CEO has to step down because the ....gasp ....profit margin....stagnates. Go back to your sissie comrades raping each other under tarps and pissing in the street.
     
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    Let's see, the left wants to create a conspiracy about what? Europe is in a mess because Germany is desperate to rescue the Euro. The first four examples relate to politics, Europe and then there is the Moscow one. US based Acer's sales declined 10% in the last year and Olympus decined 7%. In America the economic climate is healthy if stockholders have an input and the CEO has to step down because the ....gasp ....profit margin....stagnates. Go back to your sissie comrades, dude, raping each other under tarps and pissing in the street.
     
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    Chu got some `splainin' to do...
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    Second Energy Department-backed company goes bankrupt
    10/31/11 - A Massachusetts company that received a $43 million Energy Department loan guarantee last year filed for bankruptcy Sunday, a step certain to fuel criticism of federal green energy financing in the wake of the solar company Solyndra’s collapse.
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    White House Orders Review of Energy Department Loans in Wake of Solyndra Scandal
    October 28, 2011 | The White House has ordered a review of the Energy Department's loan guarantee program in the wake of a growing controversy over Solyndra, a California-based solar company that went bankrupt after receiving a $528 million federal loan.

     
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    House got `em scurryin' to cover their butts...
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    House Subpoenas White House Documents on Solyndra Loan
    November 3, 2011 – The House moved Thursday to subpoena internal White House communications regarding the half-trillion dollar taxpayer-funded loan to the bankrupt solar panel firm Solyndra, a politically connected company now under investigation by the FBI.
     

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