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RECORD Numbers Of C.E.Os And C.F.Os Resigning


Why are record numbers of C.E.O.’s resigning?

We recently reported on the resignation of Twitter’s Jack Dorsey for unknown reasons, and Leon Black’s departure from Apollo Global Management for his alleged connections to Epstein.

What is going on here?

It’s one thing if we were only seeing these two resign, but a quick search will yield a surprising plethora of names who have stepped down very recently.

I think you all know what I am getting at…..

Is the Maxwell trial to blame for all of this?

The mainstream media continues to claim that Maxwell’s trial has nothing to do with the great resignation we are seeing in the top echelons of our corporations, but something tells me that isn’t true.

That something is the lengthy track record of lies and obfuscation by the mainstream media on a whole host of topics.

Here are just some of the C level executives who have stepped down recently:

ZD Net offers this explanation for the tech sector:

The CEOs/founders of giant US technology companies, like Amazon, Google, Twitter and Facebook, face pressures beyond those of the average CXO.

Many have been called to testify before US politicians about everything from their roles in allowing nefarious organizations to meddle in US elections and to their inability to control hate speech and fake news.

For these top CEOs, the hostile political and public scrutiny — after years of being adored in the public realm as geek gods — must be jarring.

The Associated Press took to ‘fact checking’ claims about C-level resignations and the Maxwell trial, take that as you will:

CLAIM: The CEOs of Twitter, Walmart and CNBC all resigned on the first day of the Ghislaine Maxwell trial.

AP’S ASSESSMENT: Partly false. Twitter’s CEO did step down on Monday. CNBC does not have a CEO and its chairman did not resign. Nor did the CEO of Walmart; although the company said its chief financial officer would be stepping down — but not leaving the company until 2023.


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