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‘Crying CEO' doubles down on LinkedIn post, says it caused ‘a lot of good'

1 month ago   |   By New York Post

“I am getting countless messages from other business owners saying, ‘love this, been there, worst feeling, right there with you.'”
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The startup CEO who went viral for crying about laying off two employees says 'a lot of good' has come from his LinkedIn post

The startup CEO who went viral for crying about laying off two employees says 'a lot of good' has come from his LinkedIn post

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

HyperSocial CEO Braden Wallake. LinkedIn
A boss went viral for sharing a crying selfie on LinkedIn after laying off two employees.
Braden Wallake told PR Week he wasn't sorry for his post because "a lot of good" has come from it.
He called himself the "crying CEO" after being criticized by some.
The CEO of a marketing startup says he is not sorry for posting a crying selfie despite being criticized because "a lot of good" has come from it. Braden Wallake, chief executive of Columbus, Ohio-based HyperSocial, said on LinkedIn that
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