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C-Suite Tweets about Profit Performance

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Do executive teams use Twitter and text messages to communicate? If they did, here might be an executive team’s exchange of tweets as their quarterly financial results are about to be reported.

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Comments (2)
Gary, liked the idea to put in an interesting way... - Rajen
Posted by Rajendra P | Thursday, June 12 2014 at 11:34PM ET
Gary..like the way the conversation progresses.It IS spot on. The conclusion is even better (vacation) (and more Spot on too..). The next level NEVER fixes it.

The bonuses finally get decided on the golf course (we know not too many accountants play golf) - so the margins are as decided by CEO and the Sales VP since the accountants could not prove the SalesVP wrong !!

Subba

Posted by T S | Sunday, June 29 2014 at 2:38AM ET
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