Raiders have been plagued by “financial disorder,” with employees who complained about it quickly let go
The revolving door at the Raiders’ facility in recent months has raised eyebrows throughout the league. The New York Times has tried to get to the bottom of it. And while the Times has advanced the ball, it feels like there’s more to the story that remains untold.
The Times spoke to more than a dozen former employees, who described what the Times characterized as “financial disorder.” The problem consisted of “lax controls” over the spending of money, including the “bungling” of tax payments. No one asserted that the issues constituted any type of crime.
The Times explains that erroneous information on the company’s books “can generally lead to problems with creditors, regulators, the league and others.” There is no contention that any general or specific problems have arisen, yet, …
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