One Chief Executive Officer recently learned that if you sign up for an Ask Me Anything (AMA) session on Reddit, then you should be prepared to answer some tough questions.
Jerry Stritzke is the CEO of the outdoor retailer co-op company REI. He went on Reddit on Tuesday night, hoping to speak about why the chain had chosen to close its stores on Black Friday. But while Strizke did get to tell the members of the community that he was paying his 12,000 employees to take the day off, the discussion quickly turned sour, Adweek reports.
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