A Chicago Tribune staffer now worried about getting sacked, says he drank the poison Kool-Aid and bought into what Sam Zell was selling him. "I even wanted to believe Lee Abrams was the innovative genius he purported to be."
Disappointed and maybe a bit pissed-off, Tribune Twostep remains hopeful.
Instead of investing in the future, they are divesting. They are stripping the company and its employees bare. They have asked for our ideas and our blood, sweat and tears. And now they seek to cast us out, having milked us of our souls.Waiting and hoping won't accomplish anything. Why not take action? Read More......
They've taken our ideas -- and hope to profit from them -- and now are preparing to cast us aside.
So as I sit on the precipice, staring into a void of uncertainty, I can only wait and hope that things will turn out all right.