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Join Date: Dec 2007
03-25-2009, 12:38 PM
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i sort of agree with this.
calling for someone to be fired is pretty much out of line.
Nothing is more important, enigmatic, or powerful as PR. PR makes and breaks companies. If you think someone can’t be fired over a single mistake that causes bad PR look no further than Michel Phelps. He’s a living legend yet Kellogg’s dropped him like a hot potato the second his bong hit showed up on the internet. Creating a bad image for company with its core constituents is what Awen has done.
To paraphrase a certain Republican Senator recently, she should come before the public like the Japanese and take a long bow. Then either quit or . . . well I don’t have to finish that.