What is the appropriate course of action, from an in-house leader’s perspective, when federal prosecutors accuse six former employees, several of whom held senior roles, of conspiring to terrorize a blogger and her husband with thinly veiled death threats, a bloody pig mask and prank deliveries of pornography magazines, live roaches, fly larvae and spiders?
EBay Inc. general counsel Marie Oh Huber and chief people officer Kristin Yetto responded, at least in part, by sending a memo Monday to staffers stressing that the allegations were “deeply troubling” and deviated from the San Jose, California-based e-commerce firm’s cultural values.
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