Mr. Mean Genes has become The Town Clown of radio.
Cumulus CEO Desperate Lew Dickey is losing employees at a record rate and thinks suing them helps him recruit better replacements.
But believe it or not, Dickey’s days are numbered.
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- Why a desperate March Madness revenue-raising scheme backfired.
- How long-suffering employees are beginning to standup to Mr. Mean Genes.
- He can’t even keep super top executives – here’s a big departure Dickey failed to mention while he was bragging about his accomplishments – but we will.
- Mr. Mean Genes has replaced 40 of 55 Citadel managers so what’s in store for the 15 remaining survivors.
- What’s “compensation day expiration” and why is this self-inflicted policy making it hard to hire people for needed jobs.
- And the Big Question! How long before Dickey gets his comeuppance.
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