http://arstechnica.com/business/2012/10 ... few-years/
I'm curious. It seems like business tend to not air their dirty launder in public very often, and this looks like a real departure from that. I can't tell if she's trying to signal that yes, she does know what's wrong so A:she should keep her job for more than a few months and B: investors don't need to panic, or if she's committing a faux pas in business etiquette. I'm glad someone at the top basically confirms some of my biggest complaints about HP and I hope that she fixes them; they used to be a pretty good hardware company but for the last few years (maybe 5 or 6?) they've been kind of a mess. For those that know more about this type of thing than me, should we take this as a good sign or a bad one?
Ugly people have sex all the time. We wouldn't have 6 and a half billion humans if you had to be beautiful to get laid.