they should give-back their medical, and purchase it on the health exchange. this would save the company hundreds of millions. give an additional 25% back. that would help out a lot....duh....
there is no bankruptcy in Germany, until Jan. 1st, 2020. Deutsche Bank Can sell the company though. After Jan. 1st, 2020, Bankruptcy law takes affect. Good luck.
There's no Bankruptcy in the democratic socialistic state of Germany. The Debt Y.R..C.W. has is owed to Vendors. Vendors Write -Off these losses every year. Y.R.C.W. has nothing but declining liabilities. They Sold Their Real-Estate three years ago. What's to divide?....hmm let's see, old tractors, real-estate leases at high expense, junk I.B.M. hardware....and yeah, it's German owned. Smart move on Yellow's part, to sell to Deutsche Bank....Good for the Employees.....
rip stands for Rest In Peace....duh
I'm Glad it's Doing Well But This Is About 'Can You Live On That Tiny Money"?...duh NO
401K?....duh And That's Not The Teamster Pension Plan. It's not A Fixed Annuity...duh And Your Happy With a 401K?.....Vs. A Fixed Annuity?....duh
Why would They Vote for That?....duh...Looks Like 1.5666 Shares per Person To Me....duh
Why Did They Vote That In?.....Duh
44 million shares divided by 25,000 employees, divided by 300 reverse stock split, equals 5.8666666 shares per employee., that is active only that is. but, you voted the buy-out, didn't you. yes you did.