For 35 years I worked at the GE campus in Schenectady. When I started, there were about 200 buildings on the campus. Today, there are about 10.
Originally Posted by Photo Engineer
The building I was in for the first 25 years was demolished in 1996, and the building where I spent my last 10 years (and which was erected around 1910 as the corporate headquarters) is scheduled for demolition later this year.
Taxes are much lower on grass than on empty buildings.
Sad? Yes. But I'm now retired, and I'm a shareholder, and the stock has been in the dink for too long. Anything that enhances shareholder value is a good thing.
Last edited by Monophoto; 06-29-2007 at 08:01 AM. Click to view previous post history.