Linux.com: Xandros Layoffs? Just Staffing 'Adjustments'
Oct 25, 2006, 19:30 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Xandros, a distributor of Linux desktop and server operating
systems, caught at least five of its employees by surprise last
week by suddenly terminating their employment without warning.
While CEO Andreas Typaldos says the move is simply an 'in-flight
adjustment,' at least one former employee questions that
"Xenia von Wedel Rosen, a public relations representative for
Xandros, was quoted as saying that five employees of the company's
marketing department had been terminated recently as part of a
reorganization process. Typaldos tells NewsForge, however, that
among the employees let go were two Web site developers, an event
coordinator, one member of the channel development department, and
a recently hired member of the sales support staff..."