Barter: Facebook – ABB

Mark Zuckerberg went through the salvos of the Senate committee. Salvos, because despite some stronger questions, it is difficult to call it offensive. Hearing is a spectacle that has been deserved by: users, politicians and … Zuckerberg.

A short summary:

Senator John Kennedy (Louisiana) stated: “…Your user agreement sucks …”.

The CEO of Facebook admitted: “We didn’t take a broad enough view of our responsibility, and that was a big mistake. It was my mistake, and I’m sorry. I started Facebook, I run it, and I’m responsible for what happens here. “

Not to much but enough for the FB’s shares to start growing back to the “before the scandal” level.

At ABB, the wall of silence is seemingly unbeatable. The same serious dilemma – ethics, and what to do now? How to punish the director of the division comparing employees to the wh*res, if in response, clearly pleased CEO Paweł Ł., a starlet of ABB, instead of acting in accordance with the principles: “Resolving issues” – he congratulates (?!).

The most difficult thing is to start, so I propose a solution – barter:

Mark Zuckerberg will use ABB’s lawyers to write a new user agreement, those who created: “Zero tolerance policy for violations. “

And CEO ABB Ulrich S. will use Facebook’s consultants who will help to prepare him to speach “how to admit to the shameful level of ethics”.

Arrange?

Stan

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