"You can actually leave more than one review if you wanted to using multiple email addresses," said the email allegedly sent from a restaurant chain's CEO.
As a CEO, I've developed a thick skin so I can bat off what I don't need to hear.
In the first three months of 2022, 38 states have introduced legislation related to LGBTQ discrimination. Disney has only publicly criticized one in Florida.
Jeep introduced its first all-electric SUV as it laid out its plans for selling only EVs in Europe by 2030 and 50 percent EVs in the U.S.
John Foley, a Peloton co-founder, will still have a role at the company as executive chair of Peloton Interactive.
The airline company had a year marked by extended flight disruptions and widespread customer dissatisfaction.
The company told their employees that they had one year to return to office even if it meant relocating, the post claims.
The former CEO of Theranos, the defunct Silicon Valley blood testing company, and MIT graduate reportedly first met at a San Francisco Bay Area party.
The former CEO of Theranos, the defunct blood-testing company, has been convicted on two counts of wire fraud and two counts of conspiracy to commit fraud.
No matter how bad your job is, be thankful you don't have to work under some of these truly awful managers.
Though he rejects that vaccines should be mandated, Ryanair's CEO says those who do not take the jab are "idiots."
The Giving Pledge announced that another 14 billionaires would be signing the pledge to donate more than half of their wealth to charitable organizations.
"I own the decision to do the layoffs, but in communicating it, I blundered the execution. In doing so, I embarrassed you," Vishal Garg wrote in a letter.
CEO of Better.com Vishal Garg has been criticised for firing 900 employees ahead of the holiday period.
"That money is going to my kids, not to the fat cats at the top who make at least 5x what I make on any given month," said the user.
Holmes spoke in court about her time as a student at Stanford University and working with Professor Channing Robertson.
Michael Johnston, from Chicago, has been charged with unauthorized video recording and is due in court on Wednesday.
McDonald's President and CEO Chris Kempczinski is facing backlash after saying parents of shooting victims Jaslyn Adams and Adam Toledo failed them.
"Look—it's heartbreaking, it's wrong, it's not good, it's not OK," CEO Carlos Watson said of the company's co-founder impersonating a YouTube executive.
"We have been quick to put in place Mask and Vaccine Mandates but zero conversation on HEALTH MANDATES," Jonathan Neman wrote.
T-Mobile said it discovered "how this bad actor illegally gained entry to our servers and we have closed those access points", so there is no further risk.
"Anything less would be simply, simply wrong," Fred Ryan wrote, using Biden's own words against his Justice Department.
CEO Tobias Lütke said that employees who engage "in endless Slack trolling, victimhood thinking, us-vs-them divisiveness, and zero sum thinking must be seen for the threat they are."
Former VisuWell CEO Sam Johnson insisted that a viral video showing him appearing to harass a teen boy wearing a prom dress was taken during an encounter that was not "anything personal or involving a dress."
The Gab founder has since edited his post to say he remains on "good terms" with Lindell but wishes the businessman had been "more upfront" about his plan to start a social media platform.