CEOs No Smarter Than Average Bear, Bull
The ancient Greek philosopher Diogenes of Sinope is widely regarded as the father of cynicism. He walked the streets of Corinth in broad daylight carrying a lighted lantern futilely searching for an honest man. Although he lived in a large wooden cask (the ancient Greek version of a cardboard box) and subsisted on onions as a protest against what he considered to be a wasteful and decadent society dignitaries no less revered than Alexander the Great called upon him for wise counsel. Too bad Diogenes died in 323 BC. I’d like to get him on the phone to explain ...
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