FRAMINGHAM, Mass., Oct. 9, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- An exclusive CRN Tech News investigative report reveals that IBM, Microsoft, General Electric, and other high tech firms were among those that got access to U.S. Taxpayer dollars under president Obama's stimulus plan, yet apparently created very few jobs in the process.
This series of articles, available only on the CRN Tech News App for iPad, explores the "Five Tech Companies that Milked the Stimulus." According to the series, the five top companies profiled for this exclusive report received a total of $745.82 million in ARRA awards and slashed their U.S. workforces collectively by an estimated 50,000 employees.
The five tech companies that milked the stimulus without creating many new jobs include:
- Computer Sciences Corporation
- General Electric
- Honeywell International
Additional articles in this week's series to include:
- Five One Percenters Milking the Stimulus
- Sizing up the Stimulus: Where are the Jobs?
- Presidential Election: 12 Top Tech Execs Bundling for the Candidates
"It is our goal to provide CRN Tech Users with unique content on the technologies, companies, individuals and issues that matter most in today's market," said Kelley Damore, UBM Channel Senior VP and Editorial Director. "Our in-depth analysis of the high profile IT companies that gained from the 2009 ARRA funds and an investigative look into their progress to date, is exactly the kind of unique content users can expect week to week, designed to keep readers armed with timely and relevant content on the go."
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