No, the CEO of Citadel is not talking about his company's stock price -- that's much lower than half.
At about $1.50 a share, what's half -- 75 cents?
Farid Suleman, the bean counter loosely disguised as a wannabe Jack Welsh, is considering cutting his sales staff.
And you wonder why this hapless radio industry can't get it turned around.
He believes as much as half of revenues would come in with or without a salesperson. That's right. Open mouth, put foot in. Suleman as quoted in Inside Radio added "why are we paying commissions for that revenue?"
Note that he did not say why Citadel&hellip
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