8 Hilarious Resignation Fails (and Wins) of 2013
Huffington Post - about 3 years
1. Hilary Clinton, former Secretary of State
In February 2013, Hillary Clinton sent to President Obama her resignation letter as Secretary of State, dutifully thanking him for his friendship and the opportunity to serve in his Cabinet.
Slate's Byron Boneparth called the letter "a bit wordy," but zeroed in on the "most noteworthy element: the odd choice of typeface."
The font was promptly crowdsourced to be "Poor Richard," which Boneparth termed not just "ugly" but "obscure ugly."
"Will Hillary Clinton's Terrible Taste in Typefaces Sink Her Presidential Chances?" Slate asked. "If Clinton does decide to run for the highest office in the land," Boneparth opined, "she might want to avoid awkward fonts with tall capitals, short lowercases, and a general impression of fustiness." 2. Andrew Mason, Founder and former CEO of Groupon
In March, Andrew Mason, the founder and CEO of Groupon, resigned.
"After four-and-a-half intense and wonderful years as CEO of Groupon," he wrot
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