How To Burn Bridges

from the accuse-your-employer-of-making-up-revenue dept

One of the things you always here is that when you stop working for a company you should never burn bridges. Apparently, former EMC exec, Kenneth Todd Gresham, never heard such a rule (or just didn’t care). Of course, first EMC tried to sue Gresham for violating his non-compete and going to work for a competitor. In response, Gresham let slip that EMC has “improperly” recognized revenue, and an argument over that matter caused him to leave the company.

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