Final Word from Thursday, December 5, 2002





One of the simplest ways to inflict damage on an opponent in a commercial dispute in the CR is to place an advertisement suggesting that he doesn't pay his (bad) debts. Two disgruntled former employees of the Prague Business Journal did just that yesterday. They ran a big ad in the Prague Post seeking "other creditors" of the PBJ in what amounts to a common dispute over past wages, where unethical employee behavior was an issue. Despite ongoing negotiations, they chose the Prague Post as a way to inflict maximum damage among English speakers. PBJ Associate Publisher Jeffrey Osterroth admitted that the paper has gone through tough times and hit bottom in the spring. It also owes money for back taxes and printing, he said, but it's agreeing on payment calendars. He's confident that the new management is putting the paper on the right track.

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