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  • officeproductsxpert officeproductsxpert Mar 1, 2006 1:22 AM Flag

    to OP Exp

    tracking my activity between closing "major deals"? you are funny.

    while i am not on the front line closing major deals, i oversee a rather large sales force and a couple hundred million dollars ...hope you don't ever interview with me based on your comments.

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    • You are an idiot... in my company (omx) a SVP would be over around $1.5 - $2 BILLION.

      The more you talk, the more you blow your cover.

      Why don't you do us all a favor and shut up. I'm going to start calling you officeproductdipshit.

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      • call me whatever blows your skirt up ...

        according to many posts, the SVP's of your company might not be too close to the customer or their employees, so i wouldn't be too proud of the $1.5 - $2 billion!

      • I don' think you are helping the name of hard-working OMX employees by your posts,assuming you are an employee as you say.Why can't you just let others have their fun or opinions and leave it at that,don't take it so serious.Everyone will have their own opinion of the facts or fiction.And if they are not an employee,but perhaps the competition why get so excited,one of your post even says their opinions mean nothing to you.However,there ARE many who read this board who either are investors(stockholders) in OMX,or possibly looking to become one. Your posts only help reinforce the poor recent performance Of OMX by making the many hard working employees of OMX look bad.If you have anything positive to post about the company, why not post that? Maybe one of us should forward your posts to the 6th floor. I don't really think the top management people there would be happy with employees making unprofessional comments such as yours on a board that is heavily read by potential investors and stockholders,while representing yourself as an OMX employee,who supposively is happy to be one.