Which Executives Made The Most Egregious Errors In 2014?

By SiliconIndia   |   Tuesday, 30 December 2014, 12:16 Hrs
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BANGALORE: Any high ranking executive officer in a corporate is considered to be the most delegate authority for the organization.

On one hand, a leader demonstrates his leadership vision to attract followers, but at times the visualization is virtual, dark and hidden far from the truth. It’s not necessary that whatever these executives say or do are always welcomed in firm manner. If it is something that harms the general moral then it might lead to their firing too, irrespective of their post or designation.

Yahoo has compiled the list of the most renowned executives who were not spared for their immoral conduct. And if it raises your curiosity to explore what blunders they created and got fired later, here is the list.

#Rakesh Agrawal

Rakesh Agrawal was the director of strategy for PayPal who was alleged to make dozens of misspelled insults at fellow tech colleagues. Immediately, PayPal confirmed via Twitter on that Agrawal is no longer with the company.

But Agrawal countered the company statement by stating that he gave his resignation two days ago itself. Agrawal further disclosed that he has plans to start his own company under the name Redesign Mobile, a “differentkindofcompany.”

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