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Sony Executives Held Hostage

March 13. 2009

Howard Stringer's wild and irresponsible layoffs to show a fake profit on the stock market, came back to bite Sony executives in the butt, as they were held hostage for 18 hours by disgruntled workers in France.

Credit crunch kidnap: Sony staff take boss hostage after he tells them they're losing their jobs

Militant workers at a Sony factory in France took two of the firm's executives hostage in a dispute over lay-offs.

Serge Foucher, CEO of Sony France, and Roland Bentz, head of human resources, were only allowed to leave after being held at the factory in the south-west of the country for 18 hours.

Sacked employees grabbed the executives after they arrived at the Pontonx-sur-l'Adour plant to negotiate their severance packages...




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