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A confused customer writes this review on boards.fool.com, "I am still mystified as to why VPs at Genuity are pulling out of e-partner business deals leaving some of their customers like Microsoft in a learch. There is a lot of e-business for B2B out there and yet Genuity is consistently turning down business. Are they deliberately forcing revenues and therefore their stock down so Verizon will have less to pay for "buying" it back. What gives--it doesn't make sense to me. Is it possible that the CEO is a clone of UAL's dumb and dumber?"

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Senior Integration Engineer (Former Employee) says

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Assistant (Former Employee) says

"Genuity is no longer in business. It was a very stressful place to work. The people were very competitive and worried about losing their job, so it was somewhat cutthroat."

Executive Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) says

"I worked for the director of the circuit design department. It was an important labor pool. They worked directly with Verizon. The work location at Williams Square in Irving, TX was very prestigious bit very expensive. Lunch and parking could set you back $40. 00 a day. I was a temporary to permanent employee with Office Team. There was not enough benefit to becoming a permanent employee here. But if I had not done it I would not have learned from the experience. Bottom line is it was too expensive to work here and that made tenior with the company very competitive. Cons: Very expensive to safe your day here and be happy."

Associate Network Engineer (Former Employee) says

"Excellent place to work, while it lasted. The company no longer exists, and was acquired by Level 3. This led to reductions in force as well as attritions to good employees. Cons: Leadership elements lead to the demise of the business."

EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT (Former Employee) says

"Company was fair, nice people to work with."

network admin (Current Employee) says

"Extensive Knowledge on configuring server like: Active Directory, RODC Configure, Child Domain,"

Director,Sales Operations, Traininng and Programs (Former Employee) says

"It was an exciting time and place to work as the internet became a way of life for business."

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