Supported by conversations with nearly a dozen former employees, 9to5Mac details the downfall of Brydge — “a once thriving startup making popular keyboard accessories for iPad, Mac, and Microsoft Surface products.” An anonymous reader shares an excerpt from the report:

According to nearly a dozen former Brydge employees who spoke to 9to5Mac, Brydge has gone through multiple rounds of layoffs within the past year after at least two failed acquisitions. As it stands today, Brydge employees have not been paid salaries since January. Customers who pre-ordered the company’s most recent product have been left in the dark since then as well. Its website went completely offline earlier this year, and its social media accounts have been silent since then as well. Those former Brydge employees largely attribute the company’s failure to mismanagement during growth, misleading statements from its two co-CEOs, and an overall hostile working environment that led to a high turnover rate.