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Tim Bell, CFO, Poplar Grove Mgt Services, announced that the employees at one of its newly acquired client entities, a well known golf course in Virginia, has been over paying employees for more than two years. "No wonder the bottom line was looking so weak," said Bell. And, none of the employees said anything, none. "No raises for that group of employees for the next ten years," said associate R. James. The golf course is in good shape, not great, but good. Time to move on. That was the past and we're not in the mood to dwell. Time to move on" said Bell.
The draught is hitting much of the US and no water means less profit, and that leads to lay-offs. We're working hard and considering options.
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