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  • aggierik aggierik Feb 15, 2007 5:51 PM Flag

    Why does this firm not have a address?

    Stockboss, thanks for the info., but I already knew the company sold their building... I just wasn't aware that they'd already decided on a new location in Norwalk.
    Secondly, I doubt the very well paid HQ workers will receive/need a relocation allowance, since Norwalk is only an exit or two east on I-95, and is considered "cheaper" than Stamford.
    Finally, my tax/cost-of-living question wasn't out of concern for the HQ workers per se, but more about the company's priorities. By that, I mean, why would Xerox, when presented w/ the opportunity to move anywhere else in the world, choose to stay in the elitist enclave of Fairfield County for a mere 300 employees, especially considering that the high property/income taxes & cost-of-living would make most sane people live anywhere but there.

    ...but that's more of a rhetorical question, since I am also aware that those who made the relocation decision more than likely live in Fairfield County, and make more than enough money to not be concerned w/ such trifling financial matters.

 
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