Marie Antoinette?

Oh, no, Eric Schmidt.

Here we go again. First you are supposed to change your name to cover your social media tracks. Then, if you don’t like being photographed in an unflattering sweater, you should just move.

Stop saying dumb stuff.

I think we are in an uncertain time where people understand the complicated nature of these types of issues. So perhaps a more delicate approach would have helped. See how smart I am? Can I be CEO now?

Comments (4)

  1. Bob says:

    I don't think that guy is qualified to run a fast food restaurant, how he got to be CEO of a large corporation is truly a mystery.

  2. Derek Z says:

    Sometimes these postures when explained from the top of the organizational food chain can leave open a lot of questions on a company (good and bad). One of mine: I wonder how deep the employment screening goes for candidates at Google. With the highly touted, near biological, DNA, algorithm-like hiring process currently in place, it would be pretty suspect that it might involve the entire genetic “http.” history of your life. That could be a bit awkward interview.

  3. HeatherLeigh says:

    I wouldn't be surprised that they look…closely.

  4. Derek Z says:

    Bet they look back again later, again and again….