Chicago-based Exelon told to sweeten bid for NRG
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#1 Jun 21, 2009
Sad to see profitable companies laying off people. This only hurts the economy. They use the economy and it's "Situation" as an excuse to hide the real reasons behind these lay offs. Exelon's CEO, Jon Rowe cannot afford to have another failed merger / take-over on his back. He will sweeten the deal to buy out NRG by taking the money needed out of the pocket of the soon to be fired hard working dedicated Americans. He will be the winner in the end, having taken over NRG and also meeting all the company's financial goals. Here is an idea for John Rowe. Retire! You are an old man with lots of money and success. You get paid millions upon millions. Give your job to a young person willing to do your job at 1/10 the compensation. The economy will benefit and so will America. Fire yourself!
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