Red Cross President resigns

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  1. Salty

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    I see no need for the Red Cross to get into details of why he was fired, blasting this information on their website. Talk about questionable business ethics!
     
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    Could be they have no desire to hide anything
     
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    Could it be more likely that they do have something to hide?

    It wouldn't surprise me if this concerns a married man, with kids, who has been sabotaged.

    When unethical business practices involved, I give the benefit to the accused. This story is likely fabricated.

    Interesting is that the person whom is filling his position happens to be their General Counsel (Attorney) who is likely greatly/ mainly responsible for his departure. He is financially benefiting from taking the man's job. Dirty Politics

    Often in these types of situations, the person who interims remains in that position. By law or policy, they must hold interviews. Yet often they hire whom filled it temporarily, as they planned it that way from the beginning. If that doesn't occur, then I'll reconsider.

    Don't be surprised if their Attorney remains on the books as CEO for a very long time.
     
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