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(Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)   If you're CEO of a company whose shares have dropped 50% in a year, and your management style is being questioned, the policy about private flight attendants in boxer briefs on your business jet won't help   (post-gazette.com) divider line 1
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Modguy: ha-ha-guy: mcreadyblue: Is it just me, or doesn't that make the CEO look a bit ghey?

Considering he has a male live in partner....

/it's the fashion industry for farks sake

I have to admit, if I had that much money and power, I'm probably be tempted to implement a similar policy on my private jet.

/the dog's seating arrangements strikes me as a little too nutty


Rich eccentric people are rich and eccentric. And this guy is no different. And if you actually read the report - it doesn't say that the male attendants are just in boxers but that boxers are required with jeans. I would consider this the least weird part of all this so I'm not sure why all these articles are obsessing over it.

/and this is the first time anyone stated he had a "male partner" - which is news to me
 
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