Advertisement
YOU ARE HERE: LAT HomeCollectionsSea Code Inc
IN THE NEWS

Sea Code Inc

FEATURED ARTICLES
BUSINESS
May 2, 2005 | Michael Hiltzik
The public reaction was predictable when word first got out of SeaCode Inc.'s proposal to house 600 foreign software engineers on a cruise ship moored three miles off the California coast, thus undercutting U.S. wage rates and circumventing local labor rules. The veteran technology columnist John Dvorak described the vessel as a "slave ship." Other critics preferred the label "sweatshop." The words "exploitative" and "inhumane" caromed around the Web.
ARTICLES BY DATE
BUSINESS
May 2, 2005 | Michael Hiltzik
The public reaction was predictable when word first got out of SeaCode Inc.'s proposal to house 600 foreign software engineers on a cruise ship moored three miles off the California coast, thus undercutting U.S. wage rates and circumventing local labor rules. The veteran technology columnist John Dvorak described the vessel as a "slave ship." Other critics preferred the label "sweatshop." The words "exploitative" and "inhumane" caromed around the Web.
Los Angeles Times Articles
|