Go with me on this. Bohn is the CEO of a high profile company. He has a high profile employee who is not only embarrassing the company but putting it in financial peril. I don’t get that as CEO he is showing unwavering support for the way the employee is conducting his business. Doesn’t he have a responsibility to the stockholders? Doesn’t it make more since to let the stockholders know that you have talked to the employee and he knows he needs to correct the problems, because it is unacceptable to continue the way they are? To reassure the stockholders that you are in control and being proactive about protecting the company. That you are his boss and not the employees apologist. As CEO your job is to protect the company not the employees you hire. Why is Bohn being a cheerleader and not a leader? I don’t get it, what am I missing?