Oh, the Brass!

Randall, David K.
April 2008
Forbes Asia;4/7/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 6, p48
The article offers information on the city of Waterbury in Connecticut. Waterbury have been indicted for crimes committed by public officials, including Philip Giordano who is serving 37 years for sex crimes and Joseph Santopietro, sentenced to five years probation for a price-fixing conspiracy. It is also described with abandoned factories, rotten school system and 20 percent poverty rate. Because of such characteristics, Waterbury is described by "Forbes Asia" magazine as a worst place to do business.


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