Instead, the hype was nothing but hype. Get this, the A-B Human Resources Department held a meeting at a company owned facility located at Lake of the Ozarks. While there, they took a ride on the company yacht where they "chatted [I suppose they should have sat in silent protest of something or another], drank [shocker! they all work for a brewery] and cruised the lake [what else would you do on a boat?]."
According to the source called "Joe" in KSDK's I-Team report, "this is the face of corporate greed." The entire meeting, by the way, cost about $1,400.00, according to A-B.
Sorry Joe, this isn't an example of corporate greed. It is an example of yellow journalism and horrible so-called reporting.
Shouldn't somebody, a producer, anybody, have recognized that this was a non-story before it aired.
What really makes me mad is that I was duped by the hype and wasted my time watching the "news" on Channel 5 when I could have been watching Two and a Half Men on Channel 11.