Darth Vader Resignation Letter
March 28, 2012 by staff
Darth Vader Resignation Letter, Darth Vader resigned from the Empire today, the same day a Goldman Sachs director publicly quit the firm. The New York Times published a resignation letter today by Greg Smith, an executive director at Goldman Sachs and the head of the firm’s United States equity derivatives business in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Smith lambasted the company for behavior he described as unprincipled at best and wholly uninterested in the well-being of their clients at worst.
The letter has set the business world ablaze with controversy and handed the firm a major public relations challenge. But Smith is not the only one fed up with his employer’s changing ways.
Darth Vader is apparently also sick of the deteriorating culture at the Empire. The Daily Mash has published a letter in which the masked man rails against the Empire’s changing focus. “To put the problem in the simplest terms,” he writes, “throttling people with your mind continues to be sidelined in the way the firm operates and thinks about making people dead.”
Both men apparently joined their institutions as interns straight out of college (Stanford for Smith, Yoda College for Vader) and dedicated their lives to the organizations they are now leaving.
In the Times letter, Smith noted that while leadership used to be about espousing and inspiring certain principles in the firm’s employees, “Today, if you make enough money for the firm (and are not currently an ax murderer) you will be promoted into a position of influence.”
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