Like Harvey, Bob is now being exposed as a kind of moral lowlife.
The Wall Street Journal unleashes the story of Bob as an volatile, abusive boss.
That's an unforgiveable sin in 2017 because it's bad for business. Constituencies, ranging from investors to regulators, increasingly assess a company in terms of its culture. The short definition of "culture" is "how we do things around here."
Weinstein Co. in Play
If that "how we do things" is harmful to the key assets-the talent-then the value of the company is lowered. Lawyers step in. The best and brightest employees flee. Congress creates new protections for employees. And members of the media know they can continually target the company.
So, it's a safe bet that the value of the Weinstein Co. is in play. With this detailed WSJ smackdown on Bob, one wonders if the board will also banish him from that piece of paradise?
Pox on Both Their Houses
We smirk that Bob tried to brand himself Mr. Good, compared to his brother Mr. Bad. A pox on both their houses.
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