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Earlier this month, Maher sparked the ire of a number of LGBT advocates when he implied that Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich's resignation
The plight of Brendan Eich, the Mozilla CEO who resigned following an uproar over his donation to support California's Proposition 8, is big news. Yet it's still legal in most states to fire an employee for being part of the LGBT community.
A number of political pundits have expressed their disapproval over the surprise resignation of Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich
Clearly, the company made a business decision that the reality of its CEO's anti-LGBT actions was inconsistent with its continued financial well-being. Consumers have a lot of choices these days and why shouldn't a CEO's giving influence consumers' perceptions of a company?
According to Sullivan, the gay mafia has struck again, destroying a man and bringing him down because he would not conform to its thinking.
OKCupid may be in the business of love, but the online dating site has anything but tender feelings for Mozilla and its newly-appointed CEO.
Last week, Eich offered a personal response to the controversy in a blog post, noting, "I am committed to ensuring that Mozilla
Eich himself last week addressed concerns about his "commitment to fostering equality and welcome for LGBT individuals at
Should a man who openly opposes gay marriage -- and even donates money in an attempt to deny basic human rights -- be the face of an entire corporation that, among other things, provides Internet service to more than a billion people?
"Certainly it would be problematic if Brendan’s behavior within Mozilla was explicitly discriminatory ... I haven’t personally