A top Google executive who kept a sex slave was protected by other higher-ups at the Big Tech giant, according to a New York Times report. With Android he...
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Trust in public figures is as important in television newsrooms as it is in company boardrooms. And when that trust is betrayed, shareholders lose money. A lot of money. CEOs guilty of sexual misadventure, substance abuse, violence, and dishonesty are responsible for massive destruction in stockholder value, according to new research. The study also cites former Yahoo CEO Scott Thompson, who in was found to have claimed an unearned computer science degree.❿
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