I Don’t Accept This Apology
Brad Feld

I can’t tell you for certain if his apology was from the heart, or was written by a team from a well-trained PR firm. And, I don’t know Mr. Caldeck, so I can’t speak to his intentions.

All I can tell you is that it reads like a sincere apology and a commitment to getting help, not like the “I’m sorry, but it wasn’t actually my fault” apologies we have gotten from other CEOs and politicians over the last few years.

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