Source: Associated Content 8/27/2007

Quixtar Wins Decision in Lawsuit

The Team of Destiny may have had its destiny fulfilled, but not in the intended manner.

According to a press release and several news reports, a Michigan judge has ruled in favor of Quixtar on two of the three lawsuits brought before them by former employees and associates. Orinn Woodward and Chris Brady were the heads of a group formerly called the Team of Destiny (now just known as TEAM, standing for "Together Everyone Achieves More), an organization employed by Quixtar to train their independent business owners (IBOs) on how to sell Quixtar products and recruit other sales persons. Brady and Woodward had a disagreement with Quixtar and wanted to be released from their "no compete" clause in their contracts. Several other high-ranking Quixtar members joined them as well.

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