As a non-profit foundation Mozilla is quite dependent on donations a lot more than your typical corporation so it was a practical business decision for him to step down.
Mozilla saw the potential fiasco and loss of revenue and consumer support and acted.
Isn't that how the free market works?
Ich habe schon Pferde vor der Apotheke kotzen sehen.
2.) they have that freedom
4.) depends on the issue
5.) what are you comparing this to? are you comparing this to what he did? then yes its similar and people have this freedom and rights, Its just like Westboro, they have thier rights. I dont like what they do but they have thier rights
6.) just an fyi a company and or person can do all three
7.) im not surprise that many people wouldnt as harshly judge a person who cheated vs a bigot who is against peoples rights. Not condoning either act just saying theres no surprise at all in that for me.
Alternatively is some muckity much from chick fil a was found to be pro gay rights or perhaps a muckity muck from hobby lobby was found donating to planned parenthood, it would be perfectly legitimate to fire them too. Branding is a value perception and the most powerful brands tend to have a cultural context associated with them. For example, when you think of the word wholesome, what brands do you think of? If you think of family oriented, there are brands associated with that, such as doug and melissa toys. If you think of a bank, you might think of security.
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