Below are two key takeaways from this CBS News YouTube video.
1. Referring to Sam Bankman-Fried, “Errol, it’s remarkable because he got the trust of so many people, very intelligent people, very successful people, precisely because of how smart and-and seductive I think his pitch was.” —Lilia Luciano (CBS News, Correspondent and Anchor)
2. Colleague’s Response: “Sam Bankman-Fried wasn’t the genius that the media and the world painted him to be.” —Errol Barnett (CBS News, National Correspondent)
Question: Where is Sam Bankman-Fried’s golden parachute, not for “termination” but for failure toward what the perk or benefit was inherently designed for?
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