Wednesday, September 28, 2011


Tom Spinner Jr.
NEEDHAM, ENGLAND - The FSRI has announced early this morning from their Northern European headquarters that Tom Spinner Jr., former head of Widget Technologies Inc., has replaced Harry Jankowskowitz as acting CEO.  When asked to comment on Jankowskowitz's abrupt departure, Ella Foster, V.P. of Media Relations, said that she wasn't at liberty to discuss the leadership change, but that "the FSRI was fully operational and no one should really be worrying about it.  Our offices are still open!"

Spinner's ascendancy to the top post at the FSRI has come as a surprise to many.  His appointment marks second leadership change in as many months for the post formerly held by FSRI founder Karl Wolfbrooks Ager while Ager is away for reasons of "unspecified" travel.  Spinner is set to give a brief press conference at the end of the week.

Wednesday, September 21, 2011


WINDHOEK, NAMIBIA - Tom Spinner Jr., FSRI executive and challenger to Harry Jankowskowitz's leadership position, has announced that he will be giving a press conference within the next two days.  No other information was given.  At the time of this brief, no one at Spinner's office was available for comment.

It is widely believed that Spinner has been making a move to replace Jankowskowitz as head of the FSRI, but Jankowskowitz's office had denied this claim.

Saturday, September 17, 2011


QUEBEC CITY, QUEBEC - Two top FSRI officials clashed on Friday in what appears to be a struggle for leadership of the organization.  Sources say that Tom Spinner Jr., former CEO of Widget Techonolgies Inc., confronted Jankowskowitz during a late board meeting yesterday arguing, more or less, that Jankowskowitz leadership style would soon sink the FSRI and that he should abdicate.

When Jankowskowitz's office was contacted for comment, none was forthcoming.

The FSRI has been in trouble as of late due to Karl Wolfbrooks Ager's departure as chief.   The power struggle for control of the FSRI has sent investors scurrying and has further destabilized a fragile Euro.

Sunday, September 11, 2011


DURBAN, SOUTH AFRICA - The FSRI has just announced that Harry Jankowskowitz, acting CEO of the FSRI during Ager's sabbatical, has released all senior staff effective immediately.  No reason was giving for these terminations other than a short announcement given by the Department of Media Relations stating that "necessary changes were in order."

This shake-up at the FSRI took many by surprise and shareholders have been vocal with their concerns over the changes taking place while K. W. Ager, CEO and founder of the FSRI, makes a short trip to the future.  "We're going to wait and see what is going on and then make adjustments on an as needed basis," says investment analyst Clive Shorter.  "We would all like to see Ager wrap up his trip and come back to the current time.  Until then, we'll just have to hope for the best."

Many eyebrows were raised when Ager appointed of Harry Jankowskowitz to run the FSRI while it's founder was away.  Consensus regards his resume as woefully lean, with no experience at running a company the size of the FSRI.  Jankowskowitz is said to be a firm adherent to most of Ager's business theories, but it remains to be seen whether or not his actions can match his reputation.

Saturday, September 3, 2011


UPPSALA, SWEDEN - Harry Jankowskowitz, Acting CEO of the FSRI, will soon be giving an announcement regarding the FSRI daily operations.  No further information is given at this time.