Chris Nolan's Friends, Family, and Fired Story

from the get-free-money,-lose-a-job dept

Chris Nolan made headlines a few weeks back when it was discovered that she had accepted some friends and family shares in an IPO, an ethically questionable practice for a reporter covering tech companies. The reason it was discovered, it seems, is because she was commissioned to write a piece about the experience for Fortune. Of course, once the news got out, she was suspended and a huge debate ensued. Still, it’s worth reading her take on the experience.

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