By Wednesday morning, Roberts, the chairman of Saatchi & Saatchi and “head coach” at the agency’s parent company, Publicis Groupe, announced he would resign, moving up a planned retirement from May of next year to Sept. 1. In a statement about his resignation, Roberts said, “I have inadvertently embarrassed Saatchi & Saatchi and Publicis Groupe” and “I have expressed my regret and apology to the companies for the furor my remarks and language stimulated, and I extend this to colleagues, staff and clients.” Roberts recently wrote a book called 64 Shots: Leadership in a Crazy World and is known as something of a guru in the industry after his 2004 book, Lovemarks: The Future Beyond Brands. In the Business Insider interview, Roberts said diversity is worse in other industries, such as financial services. He also made comments that seemed to generalize the goals that young women set for their careers. He put it this way: “We have a bunch of talented, creative females, but they reach a certain point in their careers 10 years of experience, when we are ready to make them a creative director of a big piece of business. “And I think we fail in two out of three of those choices because the executive involved said: ‘I don’t want to manage a piece of business and people I want to keep doing the work.’ ” The remarks prompted Publicis Groupe to place Roberts on leave Saturday. “It is for the gravity of these statements that Kevin Roberts has been asked to take a leave of absence from Publicis Groupe effective immediately,” Publicis chairman and chief executive Maurice Levy said in a statement. “Promoting gender equality starts at the top, and the Groupe will not tolerate anyone speaking for our organization who does not value the importance of inclusion.” The incident shows how critical the issue of diversity has become in an industry known for its Mad Men past, especially as it faces new scandals, such as a recent discrimination lawsuit filed by a female executive against former J.
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Mike North and Andy Furman, the hosts of FOX Sports Daybreak, opened their interview by asking Dantonio if Jim Harbaugh has “gotten into your head a little bit” with his antics at Michigan. After Dantonio responded by saying that competition from Michigan is “something natural that we have to deal with”, he was then asked about Connor Cook not being named a captain prior to the 2015 season. “That’s 2016, we’re past that,” Dantonio said. Then came the most inane question of the session: “Hey coach, do you eat pasta with Izzo?” Dantonio responded with a stock answer about how Izzo’s team sets the tone for the football program and how he and Izzo have a personal relationship. But after that, Dantonio was clearly annoyed. To a question about his program not receiving the proper amount of respect, Dantonio responded with some criticism for the radio hosts. “Well you know we’ve been in the top 10 the last three years,” Dantonio said. “I don’t know. You do what you do. I mean you guys are the guys talking out there and you ask questions that sometimes don’t really make a lot of sense.” http://lovechasehayes.redcarolinaparaguay.org/2016/08/05/the-opportunities-in-core-criteria-in-interview/North then responded: “when coach says ‘you ask questions that don’t make any sense’, that hits close to home with me.” He continued with a question about Michigan State’s quarterback situation.
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