Bridge Collapse

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By John A. McConville

Who was responsible for the Bridge failure? One former Bridge employee says a company is only as good as its chief executive officer and its senior management. The source says, "There were a number of problems that were not addressed in a timely manner. The global head count was too high. Bridge's billing system couldn't produce bills that clients could understand. As a result, some clients did not pay their bills. Nobody addressed the ballooning accounts receivable

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