February 13, 1988 |
Some thoughts from three men who lost their jobs at Columbia: --John Flinn. "I don't want to be in the position of knocking (Columbia's new managers). They had something to do, and they did it," said Flinn, a 20-year Columbia employee who now works on a temporary basis in MGM/UA's publicity department. Flinn's boss, marketing executive vice president Robert Dingilian, resigned shortly after laying off the 70-year-old publicist.