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Old 11-05-2009, 02:45 PM
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Thats not the problem it this case. The drawback in production requests has caused many of the board houses in this area to either close, or to contract dramatically. So now when you try to get a PCB made you have to go through one of the discount houses that have less experienced labor. Its all a function of market forces, not stupid CEOs as you say.
You're at a better place to judge this particular case since it happened to you, not me. Nevertheless, I've seen some endless stupidity from corporate managers losing the respect of their employees because of it. Being a consultant can teach you a lot about real life business (as oposed to business in theoretical ideology)

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Old 11-05-2009, 04:40 PM
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You're at a better place to judge this particular case since it happened to you, not me. Nevertheless, I've seen some endless stupidity from corporate managers losing the respect of their employees because of it. Being a consultant can teach you a lot about real life business (as oposed to business in theoretical ideology)
So can running a business, something I have been doing for years. It also taught me how to spell opposed.
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Old 11-06-2009, 02:28 AM
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So can running a business, something I have been doing for years.
What kind of business do you own? Do you have many employees? Do you sell straight to end customers or rather B2B?

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It also taught me how to spell opposed.
So now you moved on to making remarks about some minor spelling errors by a guy who speaks English as a third language? How pathetic !

Just for the record : I live in the Benelux and speak Dutch as a primary language. My second language is French (though admittedly less fluent than my English due to less practice) and my fourth language is German (my German writing is only very basic, though).

How many languages do you speak and how proficient are you in your second or third language?!?
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Old 11-06-2009, 08:28 AM
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What kind of business do you own? Do you have many employees? Do you sell straight to end customers or rather B2B?



So now you moved on to making remarks about some minor spelling errors by a guy who speaks English as a third language? How pathetic !

Just for the record : I live in the Benelux and speak Dutch as a primary language. My second language is French (though admittedly less fluent than my English due to less practice) and my fourth language is German (my German writing is only very basic, though).

How many languages do you speak and how proficient are you in your second or third language?!?
Well, I apologize then. Sorry, but I was a little cranky yesterday. Actually, as my screen name would indicate, I am Irish, and grew up in a Gaeltacht in Connemara, and I suppose that if we were typing in Latin or German I would be just as bad.
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