Still, we wonder what possesses an airport security screener to toss off a threat to blow up his own checkpoint. And why does a KFC employee attempt to rob the same store that signs his checks without bothering to wear a mask?
Such sorriness reminds us of the bank robbing genius who picked a target located squarely between Scotland Yard and Buckingham Palace. Location, location, location, people...
As you ponder such absurdities, we'll get on with unmasking some of the past week's most interesting hirings and firings:
Headcount warmly notes that the families of our good, strong nation must be eternally grateful when so many full-time workers can just give up their jobs -- in the heat of a recession, no less -- to spend more time with them. Attendance at youth soccer games and PTA meetings must be reaching historical highs this year thanks to the voluntary stay-at-home spirit that inspires so many.
Here's a summary of other industry appointments (and disappointments) from the past several days:
- Seranoa Hires CEO, Touts Betas
- Core Hires European Sales VP
- Tellium Opens Paris Office
- Coherent Names CMO
- Tyco Adds Buckley to Board
- Ex-Tellabs Exec Joins Mahi
- Charter Hires VP of Operations
- Alcatel Lays Off Hundreds
- Corning Woes Continue
— Phil Harvey and Marguerite Reardon, Senior Editors, Light Reading