Oracle co-president Charles Phillips—the subject of an ex-mistress's embarrassing billboard campaign—has left the computing giant. But Oracle will maintain its "scandalous co-presidents" quota: It's hired former HP CEO Mark Hurd, who was just fired—thanks to a Playboy model.
Former HP Mark Hurd, who was fired amid a scandal involving softcore porn actress Jodie Fisher, has been offered a job at Oracle. Usually there would be some joke in here about sloppy seconds, but it's Sunday. The Lord's Day.
Have you seen clips of Jodie Fisher, the woman whose sexual harassment claims against HP CEO Mark Hurd led to his resignation, acting in 90s softcore? If so, you're just like Hurd, who "looked at clips from racy films" online!
After being accused of sexual harassment by employee Jodie Fisher, HP CEO Mark Hurd got a $28 million severance package. Fisher? Now working for her mom's New Jersey staffing agency. Hopefully some of those Body of Influence residuals are coming.
Jodie Fisher's days of fame-seeking might be well behind her, but the woman who claimed sexual harassment by Hewlett Packard's CEO is getting pushed further into the limelight: Playboy has now posted online 16 pictures from a 1980 Fisher shoot.
It's public knowledge that Jodie Fisher, the woman whose sexual harassment claims forced HP CEO Mark Hurd's resignation, was in softcore porn. What isn't widely-known is that a 20-year-old Fisher posed for Playboy in 1980. Well, we've got the pic.
Now that everyone has gotten over the shock of HP CEO Mark Hurd getting ejected on an August Friday afternoon—with the timing of the announcement obviously chosen to minimize bad PR—people are looking more closely at the details.
Last week, Hewlett Packard CEO Mark Hurd resigned after a sexual harassment investigation, earning himself a $28 million severance package. The woman involved has come forward, and it's... a skin-flick actress! (And saleswoman.) Want to see her sexy movies?