Posted by William Charles on September 27, 2017
Recaps

Published on September 27th, 2017 | by William Charles

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Recap: Mud Bricks, Equifax CEO Steps Down, New Hyatt Head Of Loyalty & More

 

  • Equifax CEO steps down after massive data breach by Business Insider. I wish I could get paid $18 million when I mess up spectacularly.
  • Primitive Technology: Mud Bricks. Remember you can turn on closed captions to get more details on what he’s doing and why. Personally I like to watch his videos once to just relax (it’s really like a form of meditating for me) and then again with the captions on.



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Lantean
Lantean

He’s hot. I wish he would take off his pants like they do on Naked & Afraid.

James B.
James B.

Good to see the Equifax CEO step down and accept accountability for the security breach.

It not easy for some of these CEOs to release their grip from power as can be seen with what happened in Uber.

Michael
Michael

Firing the CEO is easy. It’s the systemic changes that really matter to users and the general public long term.

James B.
James B.

It not always easy to fire a CEO. If the CEO has a majority on the board, it is almost impossible to fire the CEO. Look at Steve Balmer As former CEO of Microsoft he almost ran Microsoft into the ground. Power can be an addiction that has destroyed many companies.

Mike L
Mike L

The first step for the Hyatt Head of Loyalty should be changing the logo to something that doesn’t look like it was designed by an elementary school student.

Vic
Vic

Just noticed the guy in Primitive Technology looks a bit like Greg of FM, don’t you think? haha
https://imgur.com/VAaCYgD

parkdanil
parkdanil

It’s great that he stepped down, but as the CEO he’s only responsible for part of this trouble. They’ve got a whole IT division that failed to secure their infrastructure against such hacks. The folks who decided to put off patching the hole for 4+ months should be held accountable also.

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