Following in the footsteps of the language purist (and gentle scold) Edwin Newman
(also a former CBS and NBC newsman), the Financial Times' Lucy Kellaway had some fun in her column today
singling out corporate bosses she found to have a penchant for "guff, cliché, euphemism and verbal stupidity."
The hands-down winner in her list: None other than Cisco's CEO John Chambers, who was deemed to be last year's "Chief Obfuscation Champion":
When I conceived this award a few months ago, I promised it to Angela Ahrendts for writing in her annual report: &… Read more