My time at Nest
Vibhu Norby

Vibhu, you write about Tony being intense, and a member of a “family”. Normal, well-functioning families don’t shout or yell at one another, or berate other family members. Normal families do not condone that kind of behavior.

Nest is not a family, and no one should labor under the happy delusion that any business is a family. It is a business, where your time is traded for a monetary value. And where certain expectations have become commonplace, such as respect, courtesy and professionalism. Nest and Tony should re-evaluate these “family values”, because — and I caveat, if the facts of the press are true — it sounds as if this “family” is dysfunctional.