and plans to stay with the company...
...until her work is done. In other words, when the last employee has been laid off. Shouldn't be long now.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise CEO Meg Whitman is reportedly high among the names shortlisted to take over as the boss of Uber. Those oh so loquacious sources told Bloomberg a handful of candidates were in the running for the top job at the app-based taxi business, and that Whitman had met with the leadership team on more than one …
"Err, here's an idea for a very highly qualified alternative: Could one Theresa May be persuaded to step in to save the situation?"
Meg Whitman and Theresa May
What a dreadful combination.
One to move your job to India, the other to restrict your options of emigrating to find another job.
She will struggle at Uber, seeing as its "staff" all drive people locally, there's no way she can outsource the employees to India, and she won't be able to sack large percentages of the workforce for the same reason, everyone she sacks has a direct impact on revenue.
Maybe she's planning to staff Uber with H1B or 457 visa workers, probably driving rickshaws??
Can anyone name just one woman as a tech CEO who has been even moderately successful? All the most recent woman as leaders of countries like South Korea, Brazil, Argentina, Germany, have had disastrous tenures. Come on SJW, name one, and please strain a bit to offer some bonified evidence to back up your claims.
"Germany, have had disastrous tenures"
I know who the Breitbart readers who refer to "SJW" secretly worship, but anyone who thinks the Bundeskanzlerin has been a disaster must have some strange standards. Failure to have the country invaded on two fronts simultaneously? Failure to have cities reduced to rubble?
By the standards of most of the world and most German chancellors, she's been rather successful.
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