Friday, May 27, 2016

Ursula Burns, Longtime CEO of Xerox moves on (or got moved)

Ursula Burns. This pioneer will be stepping down come year's end as Xerox makes a play to stay relevant with its products in this digital age of impatience.

Whatever they do, this woman was there from the early days of Black interns (1980). She has been moved to head up another division and be chairwoman to the company. I see it as business speak for DEMOTION. Her absence shrinks the ranks of Black female CEOs in big business to ZERO. NIL. ZILCH.

I wonder whose newly-graduated wunderkind needed a job from daddy. So much for seniority and expertise.


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