A nice story to read alright but nothing unusual except that it is not often shared widely in my clime.
Besides, this for me, is a story peeped at over the window and I return to my normal.
As a young graduate about five decades ago, part of the nice stories I read quite often was that CEOs of big corporates usually lost their jobs for hate not much for performance. And that things usually reached a head after top players’ parties when words went within the circle about whose face among top ceos was better done away with.
It is a culture that has sustained in many ‘first world’ climes.
Tidjane Thiam’s story is a recent version.
Read full story at
“The Short Tenure and Abrupt Ouster of Banking’s Sole Black C.E.O.”